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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PURE POETRY – BORGO FONTE SCURA

After the disappointment of Lloret de Mar, I really needed a romantic vacation in the spirit of relax, that could erase the Spanish memories to replace them with Fellini’s “La Dolce Vita” frames. And for me only three regions are synonymous of pure relaxation: Tuscany, Apulia and Abruzzo … however, since I hadn’t been in […]

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A VILLAGE OUTSIDE OF TIME – VIAZZANO

In 2017, we often feel deprived of that sensations of discovery and subjection that pervaded the minds of ancient travelers and colonial explorers: everything that can be discovered has already been discovered, every trip is programmed into the smallest details and when you arrive to the place is like you know it already ‘cause of […]

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