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Published by Mariano Pallottini
Discover and Explore Le Marche. Connoisseurs of Le Marche love its classic landscapes and elegant hill-top towns, southern of Le Marche, offers unexplored country, Piceni, Romans and Lombards sites, unknown gems like Offida, Casteltrosino, and the sea within easy reach. The Marche region boasts some of the finest scenery in Italy, from the Montefeltro hills, with the Duke’s former capital Urbino, in the northern Marche, to the Sibillini mountains in the south.
Discover and Explore Le Marche. Connoisseurs of Le Marche love its classic landscapes and elegant hill-top towns, southern of Le Marche, offers unexplored country, Piceni, Romans and Lombards sites, unknown gems like Offida, Casteltrosino, and the sea within easy reach. The Marche region boasts some of the finest scenery in Italy, from the Montefeltro hills, with the Duke’s former capital Urbino, in the northern Marche, to the Sibillini mountains in the south.

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December 15th, 2011Published by:Marchebreaks1
Le Marche, another Italy
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“Discover and Explore Le Marche (www.marchebreaks.com)Connoisseurs of Le Marche love its classic landscapesand elegant hill-top towns, southern of Le Marche, offersunexplored country, Piceni, Romans and Lombards sites,unknown gems like Offida, Casteltrosino, and the sea withineasy reach. The Marche region boasts some of the finestscenery in Italy, from the Montefeltro hills, with the Duke’sformer capital Urbino, in the northern Marche, to the Sibillinimountains in the south.”
Cariaggi, Le Marche:The World's Best YarnManufacturer 
December 15th, 2011
 According to Cariaggi the celebrated yarn manufacturer fromthe Marche region of Italy that specialises in cashmere, vicuña,cervelt and superfine wools, there are two main themes toSpring/Summer 2013 for the Cariaggi Fine YarnsCollection:the Incredible Lightness of Being and Earth and Colours.The Cagli based company, which produces both worsted and woollen spun yarns, will reveal its latest Cariaggi Fine YarnsCollection for spring/summer 2013 at Pitti Filati in January 2012. The company, which was founded in 1958, describes itslatest collection:"Once again inspiration is taken from nature and its perfectmoods. These prestigious yarns contain reflections of light andits many effects: light from above, from the sky that reflects inthe leaves and between the branches of trees; and the light thatrebounds off the earth, creating fuller and stronger shades.See it on Scoop.it, viaLe Marche another Italy 
Presepe vivente di Genga: livenativity set in Le Marche
Rather than being made up of wood or plastic figures, alive nativity set has real people and animals instead. Thesepresentations in Le Marche tend to attract visitors from thesurrounding community. Some live nativity sets have peopleposing in static positions, whereas the actors move about, talk or sing in others.The one in Genga it will be:- St. Stefano (26 December 2011)- Festa dell'Epifania (6 Jennuary 2012)See it on Scoop.it, viaLe Marche another Italy 
Hill towns of the Marche:Ostra Vetere
December 15th, 2011
Ostra Vetere is a town and comune in the region of Marche,Italy, near the modern Ostra, south-east of Senigallia.The original name of the town was Montenovo. In 1882 thename was changed in Ostra Vetere, after the ruins of the
 
December 15th, 2011Published by:Marchebreaks2
ancient Roman city of Ostra, located near the modern townalong the river Misa.Here a frank guide to towns, sights and where to eat, drink andshop, with advice on how not to end up disappointed, fed upand frustrated.See it on Scoop.it, viaLe Marche another Italy 
A French Article about the theSibillini Mountains, Le Marche- LeMonde.fr 
December 15th, 2011
Le Monde.fr - Loin des grandes villes d'art du pays, les montsSibyllins représentent un autre aspect de l'Italie. Une Italiemontagneuse et verdoyante, accueillante et féerique.The Monde.fr - Away from the major art cities of the country,the Sibillini mountains are another aspect of Italy. An Italy of Mountains, green, inviting and enchanting.See it on Scoop.it, viaLe Marche another Italy 
Dawn To Dusk - Photographsof Le Marche Italy
December 15th, 2011
'Dawn To Dusk - Photographs of Le Marche Italy' by dwarf. Author detailsCathy Heald.Born in Hampshire into the brewing family George Gale & Co,Cathy, disliking both the smell and taste of beer, was destinednot to follow into the family business. Her early career was inthe travel industry...See it on Scoop.it, viaLe Marche another Italy 
Great Italy's Dance Festival:Civitanova Danza, Le Marche
December 15th, 2011
Civitanova Danza, dance festival attracts the best artists in wide range of dance styles from all over the world. The 2012edition, the 15th for this festival, will offer performancesduring all year. Click to see the programSee it on Scoop.it, viaLe Marche another Italy 
 
December 15th, 2011Published by:Marchebreaks3
 Wabi Sabi B&B San Ginesio: apiece of Japan in Le Marchefor your Relax
December 15th, 2011
 A place dedicated to peace, meditation, contemplation andmeditative art and where you can pacify the mind and body and balance the energies in an atmosphere of wabi -natural-and sabi -transient beauty.Bio-Ryokan WabiSabi, the Japanese Inn Eco-Friendly Bio-Construction, a B&B to experience the balancing sleep/rest ongenuine Tatami & Futon made in Kyoto in a uncontaminatedenvironment.See it on Scoop.it, viaLe Marche another Italy 
Treasures of Le Marche:Vittore Crivelli (video artgallery
December 15th, 2011
 Vittore Crivelli (1444-1502) was the youngest brother of CarloCrivelli under whom he probably trained. Around 1465, hefollowed his brother to Zara, Dalmatia where he took on a pupiland by 1481 had moved to the Marches. He settled in Fermo with his brother and spent there most of the rest of his life.See it on Scoop.it, viaLe Marche another Italy 
1980, Rudolf Nureyev warmingup at the Macerata Festival
December 15th, 2011
 A glimpse of Rudolf Nureyev at the barre before a performanceat the Macerata Festival in Italy in 1980.See it on Scoop.it, viaLe Marche another Italy 

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