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The first glacier control station in italy

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According to a research carried out by the University of Milan, the Italian glaciers (especially the Lombard ones) in the period from 1979 to 2005 have withdrawn considerably, ranging from 117 square kilometers to 92 square kilometers, with a particular reduction since 2000 onwards . To do and spend it is the smaller glaciers, which in addition to having to fight with global warming, sometimes have to protect themselves from the man.

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BOILING ICE

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The condition of the Rhone glacier in Switzerland, partly covered by sheeting to protect it from excessive heat.

The condition of the Rhone glacier in Switzerland, partly covered by sheeting to protect it from excessive heat.
The recession and the retreat of glaciers since 1850 is the geological phenomenon in which the surface and the thickness of terrestrial glaciers have ...

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Italy Arezzo: Back in Time, first time in Europe a great event multi vintage

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search Italy Arezzo: Back in Time, first time in Europe a great event multi vintageThe reenactment is an activity with which they will propose events or ages past situations.

In recent years this phenomenon has been increasingly the subject of attention for the growing number of people who have joined.
Historical re-enactors (or simply re-enactors) then try to bring history ...

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PREHISTORIC CEMETERY OF ELEPHANTS IN ROME

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The Polledrara of Cecanibbio
A field to fossil elephants over 300,000 years ago

The territory north-west of Rome extends from the slopes of the volcanic Sabatino returned to the coastal plain, over the past decades, several traces of human settlement dating back to the animal and middle-upper Pleistocene.

These include the site of the Polledrara Cecanibbio for the richness of its archeological and paleontological is certainly one of the most important deposits in ancient elephant (Palaeoloxodon antiquus). (archeoroma.beniculturali.it/)

Interview: Anna ...

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The Great War, Italy recalls 100 years of the entry into the conflict

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La Grande Guerra, l'Italia ricorda i 100 anni dall'entrata nel conflitto
On 24 May 1915, Italy was officially a part of the First World War, after the declaration of war on Austria-Hungary, dated 23 May 1915, the strong conclusion of an alliance with the Triple Entente.
It’s been exactly one hundred years by what is in effect ...

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Chez Bruno – The Art of Truffles

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 “For me there are no great chefs.  The real greatness of a chef can only lie on his simplicity, his humility. He must never forget that the produce is the basis, he must never forget that if he doesn’t use quality produce, the result of his cooking cannot be quality. Take a frozen lobster and give it to Alain Ducasse or to any other great chef and that won’t work!  But take a wolffish caught in the Mediterranean, in ...

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A day in the rainy city of India – Dehradun

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I was kind of little reluctant about my trip to Dehradun, one of the wettest places in India, as I had just over 24 hrs at hand. What could I have accomplished in one day, trying to travel to the beautiful land of the Gharwalis on the foothills of the Himalayas? But being a travel addict, I had to give into my passion. So my travel partner Parmita and I booked the tickets from ...

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Bhoga Nandeeshwara – a 1000 year old temple in India

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Although I have stayed in the city of Bangalore in India for quite some time now, only recently I got a chance to visit one of the oldest temples in the state of Karnataka – the Bhoga Nandeeshwara Temple. The temple is about 37 miles from Bangalore and is located in Nandi village near Nandi Hills.

The temple was originally constructed during the 9th century AD by Bana Queen Ratnavali and to my surprise, it still carries the same Dravidian ...

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From Monaco to Umbria and meeting the Pope in Assisi

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OUR STAY AT CASTELLO DI RESCHIO IN UMBRIA

Last week we stayed at one of the 12 beautifully restored villas out of a total of 40 farmhouses in Castello di Reschio, a private estate of 2000 acres spreading along the rolling hills of Umbria on the border with Tuscany. Each home is unique and has been created and furnished by Hungarian Count Antonio Bolza and his family, offering a magnificent and tranquil setting amongst olive groves ...

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Burgundy: People with a Passion for Wine

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An extraordinary story about people who are passionate about wine

This “not to be missed” video gives wine lovers, food and travel buffs an intimate peek into the people and happenings during the oldest and most traditional of the Burgundy wine celebrations, “Les Trois Glorieuses.” The festivities include several sensational wining and dining events connected with the annual wine auction.

Wine guru Robert Parker commented that Les Trois Glorieuses is “the greatest eating and drinking ...

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