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Italy (Caserta) dances the Williams’s #happy song

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One of my Italian friends had told me that I *had* to go to Monteriggioni while I was in Siena, that it was this tiny walled town full of cute shops and restaurants always abustle with activity. So I looked up restaurants on TripAdvisor and decided to go there after I left the Abbey of San…

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Italy photos: Ostia Antica, Lazio, Italy by Lorezo Perego

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“Florence is the city” by Nicola Antonucci

I had an opportunity recently to interview Nicola Antonucci, the co-author of the book “New Made in Italy: Come usciremo dalla crisi” http://goo.gl/iYGLqi

We are publishing the Q&A from the interview in a series of articles…stay tuned for the next article…Lina

Q:  What is one of your favorite places in Italy and why should people visit there?

A:   Florence is city where the mix of cultures and ideas that we describe in our book is amply in evidence.  It is a dreaming city. Historically, it has had a good mixture of art and science.  In fact there was a kind of “New Made in Italy”, but 600 years ago during the Renaissance.  At one point we even considered incorporating the term Renaissance into the title. The Renaissance was certainly a beautiful age of humanity.  During that time the culture was cosmopolitan, very open to other cultures.

Leonardo da Vinci of course mixed art and science and we make reference to the Leonardo III project in the book. That project has had a lot of success around the world, reconstructing and revitalizing the designs and ideas of da Vinci.

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"Virtual piazza" a reality on the blog!

Photo of Lungotevere by Lorenzo Perego Visioni ItalianePhoto of Lungotevere by Lorenzo Perego Visioni Italiane

You may have noticed that there are a lot of new “faces” lately on our blog as we have been sharing material from a variety of contributors lately (for example, the above photo by Lorenzo Perego).   What you may not know is that we currently have about 30 contributors that participate on our blog and we are receiving inquiries on a regular basis about participation in our “virtual piazza” about Italy.

Behind the scenes we have been building momentum for a Contributor Program for the blog and we are now ready to open the floor to the writers out there who want to contribute! If you have articles, comments, or photos related to Italy and Italian culture, we want to hear from you!

Contributing is easy here is the link to our new contributor information page:  http://www.madeinitalymall.com/blog/write-article/

Ci sentiamo presto, Lina

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Tour of Lake Como by Lenny Blandino

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When people think of Northern Italy they usually think Milano and fashion, Venice and the Laguna and maybe Turin with the Egyptian Museum. One well known area, but perhaps less considered is Lake Como, Lago di Como; a beautiful Lake that sits on the border between Italy and Switzerland. Famous among Northern Italians for short day-trips or romantic getaways, it is also a favorite destination for Germans, Swiss and Northern Europeans for their summer vacations.

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Enjoy your day with a little break of Italian Dolce Vita,

Matteo

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Bencivenga Couture Spring collection is here!

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I am introducing the Bencivenga Couture Spring Collection - we have a great mix of bright florals and classic, elegant styles

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We have new designs for both men and women

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More to come….Oscar Bencivenga -  www.bencivenga.eu

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Road to 2015 Women’s World Cup: Italian soccer team qualifiers

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The Italian women’s soccer team continues to play matches in the qualifying round for the FIFA 2015 Women’s World Cup in Canada.  This Saturday, April 5th the Italian women’s side played a match in Vicenza, Italy against Spain to a  0-0 draw.  According to the most current results posting, Spain was at the top of the table for Group 2, followed by Italy.  Here is a link with match details:  http://www.uefa.com/womensworldcup/season=2015/matches/round=2000433/match=2011916/index.html

Here is the link for more info on the Italian women’s soccer team: http://www.uefa.com/womensworldcup/season=2015/teams/team=500066/index.html

We will continue to post updates on the Italian women’s soccer team as they progress in the competition.

Ci sentiamo presto, Lina

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Italy photos: Circo Massimo, Rome, Italy by Lorenzo Perego

Circo Massimo, Rome, Italy by Lorenzo Perego Visioni ItalianeItaly photos: Circo Massimo, Rome, Italy by Lorenzo Perego Visioni Italiane

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“First do not harm” by Nicola Antonucci

I had an opportunity recently to interview Nicola Antonucci, the co-author of the book “New Made in Italy: Come usciremo dalla crisi” http://goo.gl/iYGLqi

We are publishing the Q&A from the interview in a series of articles…stay tuned for the next article…Lina

Q: Why should someone read your book?

A:   As a financial consultant, my first rule is “First do no harm” (Hippocratic oath).  On the client side, the small investor side, I want to spread the message not to let others cheat you.  You have to help prevent the harm being done to you.  A good reason to read this book or my other book about finance would be to learn how not to be cheated. I want people to understand that they should not just believe and trust blindly.

You need to study to learn how to prevent being cheated:   So, I would say “First study, second study, and third study”.

With this educational approach we can create a positive circle, where the investors become more educated and that will help prevent the advisors from taking advantage of them.  We can think of it as a vaccine against being taken advantage of.

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La dolce vita ‘fusion’ at the Elegance Café in Rome by Laura Casaldi

Article originally published in Italian by Laura Casaldi on March 24, 2014: http://cucinadettagli.blogspot.it/2014/03/la-dolce-vita-fusion-allelegance-cafe.html

By now, whenever Giulia Murdocca calls the bloggers and industry professionals respond, knowing that they will be sure to spend a pleasant evening and discover interesting spots.  That is just what happened on March 13th at the Cocktail and Jazz Party organized at the Elegance Café in Rome.

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The New Made in Italy according to Nicola Antonucci

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I had an opportunity recently to interview Nicola Antonucci, the co-author of the book “New Made in Italy: Come usciremo dalla crisihttp://goo.gl/iYGLqi

The authors are Paolo Gila, Journalist and writer who has published more than ten books relating to Finance and Economics (among which includes “Inventarsi un’impresa” - Edizioni de Il Sole 24 Ore Libri,  “I signori del rating” and “Capitalesimo” - Bollati Boringhieri) and Nicola Antonucci, who is an independent financial coach, multinational manager, the author of two books and founder of ComplexLab.it

We are thrilled to have the opportunity to do this interview

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Classic style by Giuseppe D’Urso

Classic style Giuseppe D'Urso

Classic style Giuseppe D’Urso

This variation on the basic black dress is sleek, elegant, sensual, and never goes out of style!

I created this dress with a classic line so that it can be worn for a formal affair, yet it is very adaptable to a variety of occasions.

I am ready to launch more designs for spring very soon…

Giuseppe D’Urso  - https://www.facebook.com/GiuseppeDursoCouture

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