Stone’s Food – Ugo Assogna

Atri was quite a find and, above all, its Ducal Palace offered us the opportunity to know the valuable work of an artist in the area: Ugo Assogna. After visiting the subterranean palace, we went upstairs to see his personal exposure: English breakfasts, spaghetti, fries, coffee and cigarettes, all in polychrome marbles, was what appeared […]

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NOT JUST CHURCHES – ATRI

Atri was our last stop in Abruzzo before returning to the family landscapes of Emilia Romagna and the unexpected pit-stop at Gradara Castle. Located in the Terre del Cerrano’s territory, Atri is considered one of the most beautiful and characteristic art cities of the Middle Adriatic; a jewel that we couldn’t miss, only 9 km […]

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