“ItalianWays” brings the streets and lifestyles of Italy online. Betting all on this country’s beauty, it invites you to dive into a jumble of streets, and to let serendipitous crossroads and encounters sway you, so that you too can enjoy the feeling expressed by Eugenio Montale in his most famous lyric: “Till one day through a half-shut gate / in a courtyard, there among the trees, / we can see the yellow of the lemons; / and the chill in the heart / thaws, and deep in us / the golden horns of sunlight / pelt their songs”.
With daily accounts spelled out by fine art photographs, “Italian Ways” delves into people’s lives and in the history of things, to show us a glimpse of their heart.
And to give it back to all those who love beauty.

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