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Category Archives: Borghi dell’entroterra
I’ve been silent for some time because my family was keeping me busy. I am freer now, and looking forward to sharing more about life in Le Marche. Offagna is a good place to visit if you have just been … Continue reading
On the first Sunday in June we arrived at our little local church, Sant’Apollonia, only a bit late (the Chelsea Fan has observed that Mass and football matches always begin on time in Italy), as usual, only to find it … Continue reading
I usually like to sight-see conscientiously, guide-book in hand, but this time we just wandered round as our fancy took us. As you would expect from the former seat of papal government, Macerata has a number of fine monumental buildings … Continue reading
We were intrigued by this postcard and, as Corinaldo’s unofficial blogger, I decided to attend the private view, or rather opening – anyone could come. We arrived somewhat later than the advertised start time and waited. People drifted into the … Continue reading
Come and join us as we shop, relax and swim in Corinaldo. We usually go shopping for lunch and supper first before it gets too hot. That means you need to get into town at about 11.30 to give yourself … Continue reading
Informattiva Corinaldo Intervista a Matteo Principi, sindaco di Corinaldo. Senz’altro i Corinaldesi vogliono creare un sistema che produca anche turisti felici!