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Delio Tessa and Milan’s trams

Delio Tessa (1886-1939) was a melancholic and restless writer who often dwelled on his hometown Milan and its people. In one of his works...

The Stresa-Mottarone Railway: a streetcar to beauty

The Stresa-Mottarone narrow gauge railway was inaugurated on July 12, 1911. Its ten kilometers of tracks connected, in just over one hour, two wonderful places:...

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Gucci Garden: fashion, luxury and wonder

by Barbara PalladinoLocated in Palazzo della Mercanzia, at the very heart of Florence, Gucci Garden straddles reality and the imagination, summing up...

Anna Fendi’s taste for elegance

by Barbara PalladinoFashion, just like wine, hinges its success on three running themes: passion, excellence and research. These are indeed the three...

Nanda Vigo: the “light artist”

by Barbara PalladinoArchitect, designer and artist Nanda Vigo recently passed away in Milan. An undisputed protagonist of the creative scene in the...

Fontana dell’Acqua Paola: Roman icon

The Fontana dell’Acqua Paola (Acqua Paola Fountain) is one of Rome’s most famous sites and has appeared in movies and songs. Also...