Considering a move to Italy? The annual quality of life index will provide you a starter checklist of factors to keep in mind.
If you tell a Roman that you are going Paestum for the weekend, invariably he or she will tell you: “Make sure you pick up some mozzarella di bufala.” Paestum and Its Greek Roots and Ruins Paestum is a sight to see without the culinary pit stop. A city known as “Poseidonia” when it was part…
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The town of San Leo in Emilia-Romagna is known for its Renaissance era fort and torture chamber.
Italy’s bigger cities, especially Rome, have plenty of churches to please those with morbid fascinations for skulls, skeletons, and saintly relics. Taken together, these churches and their contents provide a sort-of museum feel — creepy but not altogether isolating.
Much of what we know today about anatomy was first discovered and documented in Renaissance Italy.