- MARCH 2017 -
- Native Americans
- New York - New York
- On the road
- America America
- The beautiful West
- Italian American World
- Italian Monuments
in New York
- Let’s Eat Italian
- Apulian Americans
Among the trades of the past At Gioia del Colle, in the “Museo della Civiltà Contadina”, the Museum of Rural Civilizationby Francesco Giannini An extraordinarily impressive collection of old objects and tools connected to a great variety of trades.
Vito Santoiemma, the museum founder, collected them, starting from the tools of his family’s activity, over several decades. He would like the museum to become a community heritage site November 2016
by Lino Patruno In the charming town of Ruvo, whose cathedral vaunts one of the most beautiful Romanesque rose-windows, a national museum that offers visitors a plunge into Magna Grecia, midst earthenware, jewels and weapons.
On the magnificent vase of Talos, the naked body of the dying hero is a scene of tormenting melancholy October 2013
by Antonio Cassiano Founded in 1868 by the charismatic Duke Sigismondo Castromediano the museum, rich in archaeological finds, offers itineraries on various subjects: prehistory, the Messapians, Romans, the Middle Ages, Baroque Age and also works by contemporary artists January 2013
by Nicolò Carnimeo It was set up thanks to the dedication of its honorary chairman, Giorgio Cataldini, and contains the most important collection of cetaceans in Puglia.
As well as the zoological part there is a project to include the history of fishing and the Gallipoli merchant fleet in the exhibition. And that of the tunny-fishing, recently re-discovered thanks to a book by Giuseppe Albahari and Luigi Tricarico December 2012