A trip through history and nature to the Botanical Garden of Padua

Botanical Garden of Padua: five centuries of history and five continents in half a day (with a look into the future) The oldest botanical garden in the world is located in Padua. Founded in 1545, it is still located in its original location, in an area of ​​2.2 hectares that is now a UNESCO World […]

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Paris Agreement: what now? All the unknowns on the climate

Many unknowns, a few steps forward, no impasse. So  the Marrakesh COP 22 ends After two weeks of negotiations, the COP22, the twenty-second UN Climate Conference, ended in Marrakech. From news and various press release the participating nations suggests a moderately positive result, although, by the analysis of the agreements reached, the first impression is that […]

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Canoeing on the clearest River of Europe

Cloose your eyes and imagine a world without the sounds of everyday, where silence is the soft music sung by nature … It ‘just a taste of this unforgettable experience in the River Nature Reserve Tirino by canoe. There is a river in Abruzzo, South Italy, that is famous for being the clearest in Europe. Tirino river, with […]

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Walking on Mount Etna, from the top of the craters, to the depth of the caves

For the Sicilians is a muntagna, for others is one of the most famous volcanoes still active in the world. We are talking of Etna, that with its 3300 meters is the biggest volcano in Italy and one of the symbols of Sicily. Etna annually attracts thousands of tourists in the summer months but also in winter, […]

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Zingaro Natural Reserve in Sicily

Imagine a clear blue sea and white beaches, pristine, like the ones you see in some calendars. Many of you will think of some distant tropical island, many of you but not those who live in Sicily, and more precisely near Zingaro natural reserve. Those lucky enough to live close to this protected area definitely know […]

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