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Romaeuropa 2014

The Romaeuropa Festival

Romaeuropa is one of the most prestigious Italian and European festivals for contemporary culture and performing arts.

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Italian travel destination

Awesome video of Venice...

Venice in a Day!

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Percentage of people talking Italian in the EU

Percentage of population able to speak Italian in the EU

Italian is one of the Romance languages.

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Scene from the Exhibition in the Valley of the Temples in Sicily

In memory of Igor Mitoraj

The life and work of a great European sculptor

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This infographic of Europeans living with their parents has been made by Statista (statista.com)

Young Italians Live with their Parents

Italy has the highest percentage in Europe of young people living with their parents.

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The Quintana

Discovering the Quintana, one of the most striking Italian historic commemorations.

The Quintana is a tournament in which six knights, each competing for one of the six historic neighborhoods of the city, ride the course one after the other trying to hit an effigy of an Arab warrior.

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Italian Prime Minister Matteo Renzi with Chinese Premier Li Keqiang

Italy Promises New Cooperation with China while Holding the EU Presidency

Lusine Sargysan's latest article draws attention to the cooperation plan between Italy and China and the elements that are implied by it.

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Matteo Renzi

An Italian Recipe for Europe?

For many Italians Renzi is an energetic and communicative 39-year-old man who seems to be a feather in Italy's cap.

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In Focus: The Italian EU Presidency – Ambitious reform agenda brings Italy back in European spotlight

In Focus: The Italian EU Presidency – Ambitious reform agenda brings Italy back in European spotlight

Prime Minister Renzi has set a very ambitious reform agenda focus on growth, competitiveness, foreign & security policy, migration and institutional refomr

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The Partial Pan European Election

The Partial Pan European Election

The ABC of European Election on the example of Italy

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Italy - Europe's boot

Italy - Europe's boot

Italy

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Art as Provocation: ‘’Pressoché Ignuda’’

Art as Provocation: ‘’Pressoché Ignuda’’

A photographic project for the city of L’Aquila

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Tourism in Europe

Tourism in Europe

Current state, recent trends, changes driven by the crisis

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Pompeii and the Vesuvio

Pompeii: a European responsibility?

Pompeii, the city buried by the Vesuvius thousands of years ago is in danger of devastation

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Europe is tasty!

Europe is tasty!

Europe has one of the richest cuisines in the world. Pasta, Pizza, Gyros, the Mediterranean seafood, the French Madeleine, or the awesome Pub Foods in UK, they're all so appealing. Of…

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"La porta d'Europa", work of the artist Mimmo Paladino.

Lampedusa: the Gate of Europe

The vibrant multicultural artistic scene of the island of Lampedusa - the positive effects of cross-cultural encounter

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The Lampedusa tragedy calls for a pan-European reaction

The Lampedusa tragedy calls for a pan-European reaction

Refugees are attracted by European standards. An appropriate response to life-threatening migration attempts can only be archieved collectively.

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Trevi Fountain in Rome

Europe, Aim at Culture!

The paradoxical state of Italian culture

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Throughout history the Mediterranean has been at the centre of events, it's political and economic structures have been shaped by them and equally - they have been influencing them.

The Challenges of Europe and the Mediterranean

The "barometer of world politics" has a lot to teach us about the biggest political, economic and security issues facing Europe and the World.

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Is there enough solidarity in Europe?

Is there enough solidarity in Europe?

After the economic challenges in Greece, Italy, Spain, and more recently Cyprus, it's becoming obvious that the Southern Europe is still vulnerable. Changes are needed in the banking and financial…

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Politics can be more than just comedy

Politics can be more than just comedy

Politics nowadays are taken more and more as being flippant. Are there any ways to make it serious?

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The new government of Italy will have the difficult task to keep on restoring the faith in the Euro.

Italian elections threaten austerity

The recent elections in Italy have created a political standoff in the country. But yet one message is clear: The people voted against the current austerity politics.

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The Map of Italian Election Results

The Map of Italian Election Results

Now in Italy, as it happened before in Greece and in Iceland, people voted for actors, comedians and other showmen to enter the parliament.

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“Unimaginable and shameful cases of embezzlement and corruption” were multiplying,  according to President Napolitano, Italy’s head of state.

Establishment Parties in E.U. Indebted States

By definition, crisis means that the usual way of doing things no longer applies. The vital change that is necessary on the state level in Italy, Greece, and even Spain m

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