In some ways, there’s no more appropriate port of call for a cruise than Genoa. It is the country’s sixth..
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The History of the Italian Automobile – Part 50 By David Cavaliere During the course of this series I have received..
This week the Publisher’s Tour visits the lovely, historic Island of Malta. Lying 70 miles to the south of Sicily,..
The History of the Italian Automobile – Part 49 Iso.. What Could Have Been By David Cavaliere It wasn’t a new..
Each year The Italian Tribune brings the Publisher’s Tour to our readers. Buddy and Marion Fortunato have made many visits..
The term Carnevale derives from the Latin “carnem levare” meaning “remove the meat” because it was originally referring to the..
Carnevale di Venezia was first recorded in 1268 and masks have always been a central feature of the celebration. People..
St. Valentine’s Day is synonymous with love and as everyone knows – Italy is the land of love. Known in..
The History of the Italian Automobile – Part 47 By David Cavaliere Just the other day, my son Andrew (who..
Stumbling across used dentures isn’t normally a celebratory event, but a group of archaeologists in Lucca are doing just that..