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“Designing sustainability, celebrating beauty”: this is the motto of this year’s Furniture Fair.The 60th edition will be celebrated by highlighting the key values of the event: quality, innovation, beauty and – now more than ever – sustainability. The Salone’s ambitious goal is to prove that sustainability and environmental awareness can be combined with the furniture production.
Rome is one of the most visited capitals of the world. Not only is it full of art, culture, history, and cuisine, but it’s also admired by movie lovers for the many iconic locations made memorable thanks to the cinema. Here is a list of the best-known spots:
Are you hungry in Rome? That’s great! The city offers a wide array of typical local dishes for all tastes. Here is a short list of some of the absolutely unmissable Roman dishes:Spaghetti alla carbonara – the ultimate Roman dish. It is present in literally all menus of the capital and adored by both tourists and Italians alike. The dish is quite simple: spaghetti, guanciale (pork), egg yolks, Pecorino, and ground pepper.
The Venice Biennale is perhaps the only contemporary art festival in the world where each and every kind of artistic expression finds its way. Here it doesn’t matter whether you like music or cinema, theater or dance, you’ll nevertheless find something for your taste!The Venice Biennale hosts national pavilions which represent the countries, and the central exhibition. However, many museums and galleries in Venice also host important exhibitions that align with the main event. The 59th edition will be the first one after the lockdown, and its importance can also be seen in the choice of the artists.
Are you interested in arts? Or perhaps music? And what about cinema? Then the Venice Biennale may just be the place you’re looking for!The Venice Biennale is the most important contemporary art exhibition in Italy as well as one of the most relevant international art festivals, showcasing figurative arts, cinema, theater, music, architecture and even dance. Hosted by the city of Venice, the festival takes place from May to November – however, despite its name, only the Art Biennale and the Architecture Biennale are held every two years. All the other events occur yearly.