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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out by the University of Milan, the Italian glaciers (especially the Lombard ones) in the period from 1979 to 2005 have withdrawn considerably, ranging from 117 square kilometers to 92 square kilometers, with a particular reduction since 2000 onwards .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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We Visit Madame Tussaud’s Wax Museum – London

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It was a beautiful sunny day when my uncle and I decided to visit Madame Tussaud’s Museum in London.  The museum is named after Lady Marie Tussaud’s, who was born in France in 1761. She created her first wax sculpture in 1777 and by 1835, Marie had settled down on Baker Street in London where she opened her first museum. Over the years, the Madame Tussauds Wax Museum has become one of London’s and the world’s great tourist attractions.

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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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Rome’s Trevi Fountain Stopped In Sympathy For Paris Killings

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The Trevi Fountain in Rome has been off for five minutes as a sign of closeness to the people of Paris. The ceremony was attended by Undersecretary of Council Presidency Claudio De Vincenti, the ambassador French in Rome Catherine Colonna and the prefect Francesco Paolo Truncates Commissioner of Rome.

“We must be aware that we must be firm and convinced of the values of democracy and freedom. Suspended in response but calm he said De Vincenti remembering facts “tragic and horrible happened in Paris.” The ...

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Menu Renaissance in Castel Sant’Angelo

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Castel Sant’Angelo food is part of our beauty and our cultural heritage.
Menu Renaissance in Castel Sant’Angelo with the chef Andrea Misseri for Heritage Days

Renaissance menu and an opportunity to visit the National Museum at night Castel Sant’Angelo, a symbol of the Eternal City. The European Heritage Days on 19 and 20 September 2015, have the flavor of an initiative of the State Museums of Lazio title ‘culture through food Castle: from the court to the Renaissance. In the ...

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Il Food Festival più grande del mondo “Taste Of Roma 2015 “

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Auditorium Parco della Musica, the fourth edition of the festival
promises ‘moments of pure enjoyment in the capital’. Long The Hanging Gardens of the structure designed by Renzo Piano, twelve great chefs meet the public of connoisseurs with proposals for all budgets.

There will be big names town restaurant: Chef Riccardo Di Giacinto (All’Oro). Cristina Bowerman (Glass Hostaria), Andrea Fusco (Jude Dancer), Angelo Troiani (Acquolina Hostaria in Roma), Daniele Usai (Tino), Francesco Apreda (Imago at the Hassler), Heinz Beck (La ...

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The first underground vegetable garden in the world was born in the basement of Naples

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The first underground vegetable garden in the world was born in the basement of Naples, 35 meters deep, but comes the first pizza geothermal, is the idea of Vincenzo Albertini President of underground Naples.

The project of the Gardens of Naples Underground Hypogeum is attracting the scientific interest of national and international organizations. The growing interest in the search for forms of extra-planetary life and the opportunity to give substance to human settlements outside the planet Earth, prompted NASA (National ...

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« Nous sommes responsables non seulement de ce que nous faisons mais également de ce que nous ne faisons pas. » Jean-Baptiste Poquelin

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Quand l’artisan connaît l’œuvre à accomplir, il sait de suite les outils qu’il lui faudra utiliser.

Connaissance des hommes et maîtrise des techniques obligent, les œuvres de Rudy RICCIOTTI comme celles de quelques architectes sont élaborées selon ce principe. Après un recul nécessaire à l’étude du dossier et que décision est prise de matérialiser un projet, ils s’entourent de multiples partenaires qu’il leur faut fédérer pour une parfaite collaboration à l’accomplissement de leur mission dans les temps impartis. Plaçant toujours sa confiance en ces outils de qualité que sont les différents corps ...

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Photographing Northern Italy – Tips and Techniques

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Traveling in Europe can be very exciting for the tourist but can also pose a challenge for the photographer – especially Northern Italy. There has been much written for those who travel throughout Europe, including things-to-do at the various ‘tourist’ locations. The purpose of this brief article is to supplement this information and to provide guidance, plus a few tips and techniques, geared toward the photographer that includes ‘thinking out of the box’, so to speak.

This region of Europe, situated between the Alps ...

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