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- 7 Ways to Celebrate Saint Patrick’s Day in Italy
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7 Ways to Celebrate Saint Patrick’s Day in Italy
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Just imagine that in the edition visitors of the Septemberfest of Carrara reached a peak of , visitors! How much beer does it take to quench the thirst of all these people? The organizers reckon about 70, liters, coming directly from Germany. Mount Aloysius Theatre to Attend Festival. Campus Life. Event for Humane Society during Volleyball Game. September
Bologna is a large city packed with nightlife and college students, making it the perfect place to celebrate both Irish heritage and Italian cuisine. There is a festival every year that includes Irish music, beer, and plenty of activities. There are many different Celtic dancing and music performances for the whole family to enjoy. The Irish festival includes traditional dinners, music sessions, and plenty of Irish drinks. The Wild Horse Pub is one of the most popular places to revel in the festivities.
Numerose le collaborazioni con musicisti di fama internazionale, tra cui spiccano Bruno Canino, Avi Avital, Davide Formisano, Paolo Beltramini, Giovanni Scaglione, Yves Henry e non ultimo il violoncellista Valentin Erben, componente storico del Quartetto Alban Berg, con cui nel ha eseguito il quintetto con due violoncelli di Schubert. La critica ha in diverse occasioni dimostrato un entusiastico apprezzamento per il gruppo. Quartetto Indaco has began its formation at the Scuola di Musica di Fiesole in , thanks to the encouragement and help of Piero Farulli and Andrea Nannoni. Get to Know About Us Us. Una breve storia del quartetto e i nostri piani per il futuro. Upcoming Events to look forward to.
Put a Spring in your step at some great Italian festivals this March! John Bensalhia reports With Spring in the air, March is full of sunny optimism and cheer for those longer days and shorter nights ahead. This month mixes antiques, art, Caesar, and also squid! Let's see what we've got this month Mandorlo in Fiore. A prime example of celebrating the dawning of Spring in style is that of Mandorlo in Fiore which translates as almond blossom.
Things to Do and See this March in Italy
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Bologna is a very old university town, it still hosts many students who animate its cultural and social life. Known for its towers and porticos — one of the examples is the way that starts from Porta Saragozza up to the Sanctuary of San Luca — it has, thanks to a careful restoration and conservation policy started by the end of the years sixty of the last century, a well-preserved historic centre. The city, whose first settlements date back to at least a thousand years before Christ, has always been an important urban centre, first under the Etruscans and the Celts and then under the Romans. Its monumental importance is based on a homogeneous set of architectural emergencies such as medieval towers, ancient buildings, churches and, in general, the structure of the historic centre, together with works of art resulting from an artistic history that should not be underestimated. Bologna also boasts an important transports communication: its central position and the linking of the railway line from north to south, allows it to be a centre of communication that is fundamental for the economy and the viability.
BBS Alumni talk about themselves: what was before, what came after and the memories of the student's life, to offer a personal story and a narration of one's own professional experience, for a history of our Community. What is it like to be a student at BBS? Here is where they have their say on campus life, tips of Bologna, and much more. Written by and for the Students. The Global MBA in Food and Wine is designed to develop leaders and entrepreneurs who will drive growth and internationalization for companies in the food and beverage sector. Direct contact with companies, entrepreneurs, managers and opinion leaders in the industry will help to develop managerial skills and strategic analysis tools needed to promote the excellence of the Italian agro-food industry.
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The MAST Foundation presents an exhibition entirely dedicated to the moving image, with 18 works by 14 international artists. A large solo exhibition curated by Valeria Tassinari, where Graziano Pompili proposes a summary of the salient points of his artistic research. On March 5, starts the 26th edition of "Trekking col Treno", 60 excursions on the trails of the Bolognese Appennine and beyond. MICO reaches its 12th edition this year and proposes a new programme with the use of videos, acted drama, live electronics. Night running race and walk in the Bologna historical centre. The Urban Trail Italy is a new concept in an international race circuit.