The pontiff’s message was intended for believers and otherwise. Coronavirus knows no religion. “We find ourselves afraid,” the pope added. “And lost.”
March 25 marks the first annual celebration of #Dantedi, when Italy will celebrate Dante Alighieri in an outpouring of cultural appreciation.
On a hill in Polverigi, amidst Italy’s golden Marche farmland, a modern private residence revisits the spirit of traditional local homes while invoking the radical Italian architectural avant-garde.
On Tuesday, as the news of lockdown sank in, I found myself emotional and exhausted.
After having dinner at EMME Restaurant two weeks ago, I can’t stop thinking about the food.
The car collection is arranged by date, with the earliest Maseratis at the entrance, racing through time toward the present.
NUVO editor Claudia Cusano discusses her personal experience living in Italy while people cope with the coronavirus and why NUVO will not be shying away from Italian stories.
At the store in the 16th-century Palazzo Antonelli Capponi on Via di Monserrato—one of Rome’s chicest shopping addresses—they sell an eclectic mix of curated items they collect on their travels, original products, and collaborations with other brands.
More than a hotel, the Excelsior Vittoria is a temple of the opulent, old-world glamour for which Italy is famous.