We don’t need to go back dozens and dozens of years to answer this question, as the habits of the children have changed so rapidly that even my childhood’s toys differ from the ones from today. Isabelle, my Dutch fellow blogger, has discovered a beautiful museum that can help us in answering this question: Museogiocando..
Sometimes the social media help us in unexpected ways. This is the case of Isabelle, who discovered by chance that in our region there is an eco-museum that is welcoming volunteers from all over Europe, thanks to a European project. The museum is called Villa Ficana, and it is situated just outside the city walls..
Creative cities has been an important concept that I studied for a long time at the university. I remember it was quite difficult to understand what it implied, yet was it rewarding when I discovered that among the UNESCO Creative City there was also Fabriano. From June, 10th to June, 15th Fabriano will host the..
Sometimes what is stunningly beautiful in a city is not what you can see, but what lies under it. Today we speak about Camerano, a small village near Ancona. The centre of Camerano is full of classical buildings, but it is really small; hence, you would need less than half an hour to visit it..
Nowadays the car is probably the most important way of transport everyone has. There are some people that treat it like a wealthy toy, and some others that simply exploit it as much as they can. But which was the equivalent of the car in the past? In Le Marche quite every farmer used to..
The basement is usually the best place to keep the darkest secrets, but in this case the cellar couldn’t have more to offer. I am speaking about the one in Cupra Montana, which was originally the cellar of the 18th century Monastery of Santa Caterina, not in use anymore. After a beautiful and careful work..