I am often told that it is impressing how I get along well easily with children, especially when I involve them in creative activities. What I reply is that there is only one way to enter a child’s world, and that is to remember how it was when we were children ourselves. Sometimes it can..
Last year post was all focused on one of the most important and revolutionary female character of our region, Maria Montessori. This year I would like to celebrate the woman by introducing you to the animated art in Le Marche. I know, this may sound a little bit confusing, just keep reading and you’ll understand..
Have you ever met la Befana? Well, neither have I, but I’ve always prepared a very delicious breakfast for her since I was a little girl. The legend of la Befana goes back in time, and is closely related to the story of the Three Kings, who come every year on the 6th January to..
Italy has been rewarded with so many quality brands, namely blue, green, red and orange flags, that sometimes it becomes tricky to know what’s behind those colours. To make things easier, we will talk about one of them, by presenting a village that has gained the Bandiera Arancione (Orange Flag). Orange flags are quality brands that..