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Simple thoughts (seasoned)

Simple thoughts (seasoned) By reading, you dispel the mist of ignorance. At times, I believe that having only one reason is not enough to do something. When you cannot understand so much dislike, envy is involved. Sometimes overcaring about your family can be harmful for the very same one. Home can feel like a prison […]

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Biological vegetables and herbs along the Nile

In may 2016, during my eighth trip to Egypt, Emanuela Versari and her architect friend Alessandra took me to visit a biological farm located south of Cairo on the road to Sakkara. “Makar Farms” owned and ran by  Mounir Makar has a long history. Ezbet Makar Pasha, Mounir’s great grandfather, started this project which has […]

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Viaggio a Civitanova Marche

Il viaggio a Civitanova Marche (MC) di un americano alla ricerca delle proprie origini: http://joeysgenealogicaljourney.blogspot.it/  

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Mérida y Yucatán

Silvia Gómez, psicopedagoga que vive en Mérida (Mexico), respondiendo a las preguntas también habla de su Región: Yucatán y antigua civilización maya. ¿Lo que queda de la civilización maya colectiva nell’imaginario? “La civilización maya es muy extensa, abarca los Estados de Tabazco, Chiapas, Campeche, Quintana Roo y Yucatán en México; y Belice, Guatemala, Honduras y […]

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Pumpkins

If you happen to  travel on the Gioacchino Murat  provincial road from  Passo Treia to  Tolentino in the first half of September, you will have a chance to appreciate a special exhibition of multicolour pumpkins . It is  in a  vegetable garden on the right just close to the crossroad  leading to Rambona Abbey; they […]

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A good world

The origin of Fair Trade in the world dates back to the late Fifties in the Netherlands,  with new ethics rules: social and economic justice, recognition and solidarity with farmers and sustainable development. This kind of commercial exchanges want to ensure fair compensation for producers (in some cases even a loan before the harvest). We look […]

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Postcard from Manila

The teacher Luchie, answering the question, speaks about her country, the Philippines. What are the beauties of your nation? “My country the Philippines is just a small dot in the whole wide world, they say. Known as the “Pearl of the Orient Seas”, it is situated in Asia, a tropical country where enjoy basking in […]

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Evadido de la dictatura

Traducción española del artículo de Eno Santecchia  “Sfuggito alla dittatura”. En el 2004 tuve el gusto de conocer personalmente al Prof. Duilio Biancucci: sociólogo, filósofo, docente universitario y sacerdote. Intentaré narrar su vida y bosquejar su figura. Nació en Italia, en “Monte San Pietrangeli (FM)”, el 18 de febrero de 1928; pocos meses después sus […]

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El Paso between the nineteenth and twentieth centuries

Un excursus storico a El Paso (Texas) dall’Ottocento al Novecento attraverso un’intervista. El Paso Ottocento – Novecento Dicembre 2014.  

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La fuerza de la sencillez

Aparte su bonito rostro, los espléndidos cabellos rubios y su impecable silueta, lejos de mostrarse una diva, es modesta y reservada. Lucía Ceresani es una joven cantante argentina, en viaje por Italia durante 32 días en compañía de sus padres, para visitar los lugares donde nació y vivió de joven su papá José. Ha querido […]

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