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NEWS DALLA SEZIONE

Rome
Roman salutes as Lazio ultra coffin arrives

Roman salutes as Lazio ultra coffin arrives

 
Berlin
Leaving the euro would be good for Italy - Borghi

Leaving the euro would be good for Italy - Borghi

 
Naples
20-yr-old detonates bomb near home after fight with father

20-yr-old detonates bomb near home after fight with father

 
Rome
'ISIS boxer' wife deported after terrorism conviction

'ISIS boxer' wife deported after terrorism conviction

 
Florence
Soccer: Ribery joins Fiorentina from Bayern

Soccer: Ribery joins Fiorentina from Bayern

 
Brussels
EU privacy watchdog Buttarelli dies

EU privacy watchdog Buttarelli dies

 
Rome
Others talk of posts, we abt budget - Salvini

Others talk of posts, we abt budget - Salvini

 
Brussels
EC says ready to lead migrant transfer from Open Arms

EC says ready to lead migrant transfer from Open Arms

 
Rome
PD-M5S 'stitch-up' try, reopening ports says Salvini

PD-M5S 'stitch-up' try, reopening ports says Salvini

 
Rome
M5S top party in parlm't, will speak tomorrow - M5S

M5S top party in parlm't, will speak tomorrow - M5S

 
Rome
Full-term govt or elections says Zingaretti

Full-term govt or elections says Zingaretti

 

Il Biancorosso

L'ANALISI
Bari, Antenucci il punto fermochi lo affiancherà domenica?

Bari, Antenucci il punto fermo, chi lo affiancherà domenica?

 

NEWS DALLE PROVINCE

LecceMusica
Notte Taranta, domani a Martano l'ultima tappa del festival itinerante

Notte Taranta, domani a Martano l'ultima tappa del festival itinerante

 
PotenzaIl caso
Melfi, Comune condizionato dalla criminalità, si insedia commissione

Melfi, Comune condizionato dalla criminalità, si insedia commissione

 
TarantoDenuncia Usb
Taranto ammorbata da puzza di gas nauseabonda: la denuncia dell'Usb

Taranto, allarme per una puzza gas ai quartieri Paolo VI e Tamburi

 
BrindisiPoi donato in beneficienza
Brindisi, pesce troppo piccolo: sequestrati 120 kg dalla Guardia Costiera

Brindisi, pesce troppo piccolo: sequestrati 120 kg dalla Guardia Costiera

 
BariNel centro storico
Bitonto, scippa borsa ad anziana e fugge: arrestato 33enne

Bitonto, scippa borsa ad anziana e fugge: arrestato 33enne

 
BatL'operazione dei cc
Trani, trovato con una pistola e 1,5 grammi di cocaina: arrestato

Trani, trovato con una pistola e 1,5 grammi di cocaina: arrestato

 
FoggiaL'idea di due gelatai
Zapponeta, per preparare gelati usano la bava di lumaca invece dell’acqua

Zapponeta, per preparare gelati bava di lumaca al posto dell’acqua

 
MateraNel Materano
Montescaglioso, fuga di gas da una casa: salvata 89enne e sventata esplosione

Montescaglioso, fuga di gas da una casa: salvata 89enne e sventata esplosione

 

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Ancona

'Forget Tuscany, visit Marche', Sunday Times says

British paper extols charms of lesser-known region

'Forget Tuscany, visit Marche', Sunday Times says

Ancona, January 14 - Forget Tuscany, visit Marche, according to the Sunday Times. "Avoid the crowds of Chiantishire and experience agritourism, the medieval city of Urbino and dining on the sand in Portonovo", reported Mia Aimaro Ogden in an article published Sunday. The report did not advise readers on a specific itinerary but described the region's highlights, saying it has long been neglected in favor of its more famous neighbors - Tuscany and Umbria. "Let's get the name straight: it's pronounced "lay-mar-kay" (Le Marche), but the British call it the Marches", said the report. "This eastern region has always existed on the sidelines, at one time the borderlands of the great Papal States and neglected today in favor of Tuscany and Umbria, its showier neighbors. Which is all the better for visitors". The Sunday Times said the relative obscurity of the region goes to the advantage of those who visit, who can discover its 110 miles of coast and the rocky Adriatic coastline, dotted with wild beaches, describing it as the most authentic part of Italy. "Hemmed in by mountains and sea, Le Marche is Italy at its rawest, and the hills of the interior are fertile ground for agritourism", according to the report. Natural beauties include the Park of the Sibillini mountains with its peaks, lakes and wildlife, which tourists should explore with an authorized guide, and Mount Conero, the newspaper noted. For those who dislike altitudes, the caves of Frasassi are a go-to place, it said. The ancient cities of Urbino and Recanati are fascinating and can offer in terms of art and architecture as much as many Tuscan towns but at a lower price and with no crowds, said the Sunday Times. The newspaper also cited as an unforgettable location Urbino, with its Palazzo Ducale and the Galleria Nazionale delle Marche, as well as the botanical garden. A 90-minute car drive south of Urbino and tourists can visit Recanati, the native city of the great Italian poet Giacomo Leopardi (1798-1837). Quotes from his poems are everywhere in town, his native home with his precious family library is a 20 minute walk from the Museo Villa Colloredo Mels with paintings by Renaissance master Lorenzo Lotto. And visitors will certainly not be starving in the Marche, the travel piece noted, listing a wide selection of agritourisms on the Sibillini mountains, taverns in Recanati and, among others, the top restaurants in Senigallia of Moreno Cedroni and Mario Uliassi, whose "Re del Mare" has been awarded three stars in the 2019 edition of the Michelin guide. photo: morning mist on the Monti Sibillini

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