Wondering what to see in Rome’s theatres during this weekend?
The celebration of Epiphany, or the 12th day of Christmas, falls on January 6 and may have originated in the eastern half of the Roman Empire to commemorate the baptism of Jesus. It was then introduced in Western Christianity where it got religious contents in part different, as the celebration of the wedding feast of […]
In Sweden, at dawn on December 13, thousands of little girls wearing white dresses, with lit candles in their hands and electric candle lights crowning their heads, light up the darkness of Swedish winter.
Last October, Hotel Capannelle Appia Antica captured the attention of people passing by, intrigued by a little young man with a long blond mane who was painting the walls of Hotel Capannelle. His name is Andrew Pisacane, a US urban street artist, considered a real master of American street art painting. The artist, aka Gaia, […]
As October knocks on Rome’s doors, Roman roofs awake at morning covered with a wonderful golden light. In the main daylight hours, along the shady avenues, a thousand shades of green, yellow and red light up the landscape.