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Felini, eleganza letale

Read more...Dal 16 dicembre 2016 al 31 ottobre 2017, il Museo di Storia Naturale dell’Università di Pisa, ospita la nuova mostra temporanea allestita in collaborazione con la Naturaliter: “Felini – Eleganza letale”. In esposizione oltre trenta animali naturalizzati dall’azienda Naturaliter oltre a vari reperti scheletrici appartenenti alle collezioni del Museo.

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Opera Season at the Teatro Verdi

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The 2014/2015 opera season of the Teatro Verdi will see the inauguration of a 'Don Juan Project', which will kick off with the opening performance on Thursday 9th October 2014 and will extend all through the autumn of 2015.
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Dolcemente

Read more...On Saturday 22nd and Sunday 23rd November the city of the Leaning Tower will host the finest Tuscan and Italian pastries: a unique chance to taste true homemade products and see the sights, visit medieval villages and charming landscapes.

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Volterragusto

Read more...Volterragusto, the highly-anticipated autumn festival dedicated to the typical food and wine of Val di Cecina, will be held in the charming city of Volterra on the 25th, 26th, 31st October and on 1st and 2nd November.
Gastronomic stands are set up in the city's courtyards and historical buildings with a view to creating an intriguing 'flavour route'.

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Internet Festival

Read more...From the 9th to the 12th of October Pisa's Internet Festival will continue to shape the future through (im)possible events, meetings, workshops, presentations, shows, exhibitions and interactions.

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Amedeo Modigliani et ses amis

Read more...Few men have embodied the romantic myth of the unconventional artist like Modigliani. “Modì” was tortured by a life of debauchery, had countless romances and drowned out the world in wine and absinthe: his history is short, but intense, dramatic and memorable.

A rich and carefully curated selection of works from the Pompidou Center in Paris will be on display in Pisa’s impressive Palazzo Blu. These will hang alongside the magnificent masterpieces from some major collections — public and private, Italian and international, recreating the cultural atmosphere in which Modigliani worked.

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Grapes and Wine Festival

Read more...Terricciola is the City of Wine. The composition of the soil, rich in sand and fossil deposits, has always fostered a microclimate which has been ideal for the cultivation of vines ever since antiquity.

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San Miniato's Black Night

Read more...On Saturday 14th June, the city of San Miniato celebrates the summer with the Notte Nera (Black Night), dedicated to the black truffle, the precious tuber that is dug up in the hills around San Miniato from June to September.

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Cantine Aperte

Read more...Cantine Aperte (Open Wineries) is the most important event in Italy dedicated to wine, its people and its production areas. Every year, on the last Sunday of May, selected wineries open their doors to the public, encouraging direct contact with wine lovers.

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Agrifiera

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The Agrifiera is an agricultural trade fair that has taken place in the 18th-century Parco della Pace at Pontasserchio since 1909. There are stalls selling plants and flowers, local products, poultry, agricultural machinery, garden furniture and handicrafts.

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Kite Festival

Read more...San Miniato's Kite Festival was first held in 1968. The local kite craftsmen build their kites according to the old Tuscan tradition, using river reeds dried in the open air, natural string, glue made by mixing flour and water, wax paper or tissue paper.

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All Our Yesterdays

Read more...From 11th April to 2nd June the Museum of Graphic Arts at the Palazzo Lanfranchi will play host to All Our Yesterdays, a great photographic and multimedia exhibition telling the stories of our grandfathers.

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Fior di Città

Read more...From the 11th to the 13th of April, Fior di Città (Pisa in Blossom) will turn Pisa into a flowery garden, offering citizens and visitors the opportunity to discover and buy plants, flowers, seeds and gardening tools.

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Balle di scienza (Science Baloney)

Read more...To celebrate the 450th anniversary of Galileo's birth, Palazzo Blu houses an exhibition that relates the errors that have accompanied the history of science: great discoveries - sometimes made by chance - are often entwined with egregious blunders.

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Passage to India

Read more...From the 6th of December the Piaggio Museum will play host to the exhibition "Passaggio in India – A Gateway to Piaggio", meant to pay homage to a great nation which, since the late 1940s, has played a major role in the success of the Vespa scooter and the Vespacar ('Ape').

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Pisa Book Festival

Read more...For three days Pisa's conference hall will be the reference point for the promotion of independent publishers and an exceptional showcase for titles that are not easily found in the traditional distribution channels.

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Notte Bianca in Blu

Read more...On Saturday 23rd November the Notte Bianca in Blu (White Night in Blue) will feature the city of Pisa from a different perspective, allowing locals and visitors to live the night through performing arts, live music, jugglers, acrobats and fanfares.

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San Miniato National White Truffle Fair

Read more...One of the most popular event of the autumn is back: the precious white truffle of San Miniato, the protagonist of the 42nd National White Truffle Fair.

Three weekends (9-10, 16-17 and 23-24 November) offering countless opportunities to savour San Miniato's white truffle and many other products while enjoying good living.

The town turns into a huge open-air tasting workshop. The truffle naturally takes the throne, where it is displayed in the historical Piazza del Duomo, at the foot of the Fortress.

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San Miniato National White Truffle Fair

Read more...One of the most popular event of the autumn is back: the precious white truffle of San Miniato, the protagonist of the 44th National White Truffle Fair.

Four weekends (15-16, 22-23, 29-30 November and 6-7-8 December) offering countless opportunities to savour San Miniato's white truffle and many other products while enjoying good living.

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Volterragusto

Read more...In what has become a tradition, we see the return of Volterragusto, the highly anticipated autumn festival dedicated to the typical food and wine of Volterra and the Cecina Valley.

The stands will be set up in the city's courtyards and historical buildings. The idea is to create an intriguing route of flavour that interweaves gastronomy and culture, the flavours of local traditions with some of the more exciting and generally lesser known spots that this splendid Etruscan city has to offer.

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The Concerts of the Normale

Read more...For forty-seven years the Scuola Normale concert season has been characterized by the quality and standing of its interpreters and by the great attention paid to early music as well as to modern and contemporary productions.

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The Concerts of the Normale

Read more...For nearly fifty years the Scuola Normale concert season has been characterized by the quality and standing of its interpreters and by the great attention paid to early music (medieval, Renaissance and Baroque periods) as well as to modern and contemporary productions, with considerable space being dedicated each year to the promotion of young musical talent.

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Internet Festival 2013

Read more...From the 10th to the 13th of October Pisa's Internet Festival will continue to shape the future through (im)possible events, meetings, workshops, presentations, shows, exhibitions and interactions.

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Opera Season at the Teatro Verdi

Read more...A rich season spanning six months, with opera classics such as Puccini's Tosca, Verdi's La forza del destino, Bizet's Carmen, Offenbach's Les contes d'Hoffmann and many others.

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Opera Season at the Teatro Verdi

Read more...The 2014/2015 opera season of the Teatro Verdi will be held from 9th October 2014 to 18th Aprile 2015.
The season will see the inauguration of a 'Don Juan Project', which will kick off with the opening performance and will continue through autumn 2015.

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Andy Warhol exhibition

Read more...Following the exhibitions dedicated to Chagall, Miró, Picasso and Kandinsky, which have brought more than 300,000 visitors in four years to Pisa, Palazzo Blu opens its doors to the art of Andy Warhol.

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Metarock

Read more...The 28th edition of the Metarock Festival will be held in Pisa's Parco della Cittadella from 31st August to 8 September.

A selection of the best Italian singers will offer a 2013 edition to the beat of pop, rock, rap and emergent music.

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San Miniato's Black Night

Read more...On Friday 26th July, the city of San Miniato celebrates the summer with the Notte Nera (Black Night), dedicated to the black truffle, the precious tuber that is dug up in the hills around San Miniato from June to September.

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International Piano Festival

Read more...The city of Volterra, Querceto Castle and the village of Mazzolla will play host to the 7th edition of the International Piano Festival.

The piano will naturally be the absolute protagonist, either as a solo instrument or as part of an ensemble.

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Musicastrada Festival

Read more...Musicastrada, a travelling festival of quality music in all of its expressions, was created with the purpose of spreading and promoting true musical culture on all levels: from blues to jazz, from ethnic and folk to local.

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Sete Sóis Sete Luas

Read more...The international festival Sete Sois Sete Luas, a project promoted by a cultural network of cities in the Mediterranean and the Portuguese-speaking world, celebrates this year its 20th edition.

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Sete Sóis Sete Luas Festival

Read more...The International Festival Sete Sois Sete Luas, a project promoted by a cultural network of cities in the Mediterranean and the Portuguese-speaking world, celebrates this year its 22nd edition.

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Andrea Bocelli - Teatro del Silenzio 2013

Read more...On the 13th of July Andrea Bocelli will be the true protagonist of a unique and breathtaking performance.

The magical atmosphere of the Teatro del Silenzio, in the wonderful natural setting of the Lajatico landscape, will also see the performance of other top-notch artists such as Lindsay Kemp, the well-known Italian pop singers Pino Daniele and Riccardo Cocciante, the violinist Anastasiya Petrishak and the baritone Alessandro Luongo. The orchestra will be conducted by Maestro Marcello Rota.

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Andrea Bocelli at the Teatro del Silenzio

Read more...Musical excellence returns to Tuscany this summer in the natural arena of Lajatico’s Teatro del Silenzio.

World-famous tenor Andrea Bocelli will perform here on 20th July at 8.15pm, accompanied by Placido Domingo, who will conduct the 70-membre orchestra of Maggio Musicale Fiorentino and the Corale Quadriclavio, with an 80-member choir.

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Certosa Festival

Read more...A festival of musical and theatrical events focusing on spiritual themes, with performances held in the charming settings of the Monumental Charterhouse, the Natural History Museum and the beautiful Romanesque church of Calci.

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Music under the Tower

Read more...The Music under the Tower festival offers the opportunity to enjoy good music - ranging in genre from classical to jazz - in the charming setting of the cloister of the Museo dell'Opera del Duomo, with the Leaning Tower and the summer sunsets in the background.

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Regatta of the Maritime Republics

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The traditional Regatta of the Ancient Maritime Republics will be held in Pisa at 6.30pm on Sunday 23rd June. The regatta is preceded by a 320-strong historical procession in which representatives of the four republics parade on the river embankments.

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Amico Museo and Night of Museums

Read more...From 18th May to 2nd June, special openings, guided tours, lectures and workshops in many Tuscan museums for the International Museum Day and the European Night of Museums 2013.

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Miracles by Night 2013

Read more...On Saturday 30th March the Opera della Primaziale Pisana, in collaboration with the Pisatour Tourist Guides Association, will offer a guided tour of Pisa's Monumental Cemetery, where specialized guides will tell the story of the edifice and the imposing fresco cycle it is home to.

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Volterragusto - Spring 2013

Read more...The spring edition of Volterragusto, to be held in Volterra on Saturday 23rd and Sunday 24th March, will be dedicated to two major protagonists of local cuisine: the March variety of the local truffle (tartufo marzuolo) and the evergreen flavour of olive oil.

Volterragusto also offers a food market selling local products such as cold cuts, cheeses, wines, chocolate and much more!

In addition, the 8th edition of Liscio come l'olio, a special contest between local olive oil producers, will proclaim the best olive oil of Pisa Province.

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Volterragusto - Spring Edition

Read more...The spring edition of Volterragusto, the fair to be held in Volterra on Saturday 29th and Sunday 30th March, will be dedicated to the March variety of the local truffle (tartufo marzuolo).

Volterragusto also offers a food market selling local products such as cold cuts, cheeses, wines, chocolate and much more!

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Spring and Wellness at the Spas

Read more...Spring is definitely the best season to discover that the Pisa area has long been popular for its thermal resorts thanks to a wealth of thermal water springs renowned not only for their therapeutic properties but also for their beauty treatments.

The quality of the treatments, the beauty of the landscape and the unique combination of sounds, fragrances and colours of Casciana Terme and San Giuliano Terme provides visitors with the physical and psychological balance needed to take on the challenges of modern life.

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Museum of San Matteo

Read more...Every Wednesday from 20 March to 30 April, from 3.00pm to 5.30pm, the National Museum of San Matteo offers special openings of the workshop where the restoration of Simone Martini's polyptych was recently completed after two years' work.

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National Day of Disused Railways

Read more...The National Day of Disused Railways offers guided tours of disused railways such as the 'trammino', which formerly linked Pisa to the coast, and the Saline-Volterra railway.

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Excursions to the Monti Pisani

Read more...A calendar of excursions and other open-air events designed to promote the knowledge of the rich environmental and historical heritage of the Monti Pisani, with its little known flora and fauna, charming locations and typical products.

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Pisa's New Year's Day

Read more...In Pisa, the New Year is celebrated twice – not only on the 1st of January along with the rest of the world, but also on the 25th of March.

The Pisans have not forgotten their traditions, and each year they mark the beginning of the year as was their custom between the tenth century and 1749, when New Year's Day coincided with the Annunciation, nine months before Christmas (Anno Pisano ab Incarnatione Domini).

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Pisa's New Year's Day

Read more...According to its tradition as a former Maritime Republic, Pisa celebrates the New Year twice – not only on the 1st of January along with the rest of the world, but also on the 25th of March.

The Pisans have not forgotten their traditions, and each year they mark the beginning of the year as was their custom between the tenth century and 1749, when New Year's Day coincided with the Annunciation, nine months before Christmas (Anno Pisano ab Incarnatione Domini).

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Carnival is here!

Read more...Floats, masks and streamers: Carnival is here! In every part of Pisa province spectacular processions come to life while each town puts in its own initiative to Carnival time.

The traditional processions of allegorical floats and the mask parades are sometimes accompanied by rites and traditions linked to local history and culture.

The floats are the result of painstaking work carried out over a period of many months by craftsmen and masters of colour.

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Carnival is here!

Read more...Floats, masks and streamers: Carnival is here! In every part of Pisa province spectacular processions come to life while each town puts in its own initiative to Carnival time.

The traditional processions of allegorical floats and the mask parades are sometimes accompanied by rites and traditions linked to local history and culture.

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Kandinsky Exhibition

Read more...A show that presents a side of Wassily Kandinsky that has never before been explored in Italy.

Over fifty works, from the Kandinsky's Russian period (1901 to 1922), on loan from the St. Petersburg museum and a few lesser known museums.

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Andrea Bocelli in concert - Teatro del Silenzio

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After last year's, where Andrea Bocelli, accompanied by other important Italian artists such as Renato Zero, Nek and Andrea Griminelli, celebrated the Italian-Chinese Cultural year with a magnificent show, this year the Teatro del Silenzio returns in its more usual and traditional form.

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Terricciola White Night

Read more...On Saturday 7th July Terricciola celebrates the 2012 edition of the traditional Wine Night. An evening dedicated to wine and flavours that includes an archaeological route starting from the church slope at 9.00pm.

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Ciak - Festival of Archaeological Cinema

Read more...From the 5th to the 7th of July Pisa's Giardino Scotto will play host to Ciak  - the 1st International Festival of Archaeological Cinema.

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Early Music Tuscan Festival

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The Early Music Tuscan Festival celebrates its 17th edition. Performances in Pisa Province are to be held in Cascina, Crespina, Pisa, Riparbella and Vicopisano.

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Early Music Tuscan Festival

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The Early Music Tuscan Festival celebrates this year its 18th edition.

Performances in Pisa Province will be held in Cascina, Fauglia, Pisa and San Giuliano Terme from 30th August to 13th September.

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Early Music Tuscan Festival

Read more...The Early Music Tuscan Festival celebrates this year its 19th edition with performances in Pisa and Pisa, San Piero a Grado e Cascina.

The purpose of the festival is to promote early music in locations where it was formerly played.

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La Luna è Azzurra

Read more...La Luna è Azzurra offers the best of Italian and international puppet theatre. Each year the festival features around thirty companies and welcomes approximately 12,000 spectators.

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White Night in Pontedera

Read more...The White Night brings a store of energy into the streets and squares of the town in a single dedicated night when people come together in an atmosphere of enthusiasm and sharing.

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San Miniato's Black Night

Read more...On Saturday 16th June San Miniato dedicates a night to the black truffle, the precious tuber that is dug up in the nearby hills from June to September.

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Bottega Talani

Read more...After highly successful exhibitions in New York, Washington, Paris, Beirut, Berlin, Florence and Naples, Giampaolo Talani brings his art to Pontedera's Piaggio Museum.

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Giugno Pisano 2012

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The Giugno Pisano: thirty 'magical' days in the city of the Leaning Tower

The 2012 edition of the Giugno Pisano – traditionally the 'magical' month for Pisa – will be even more attractive on account of the number and quality of the events on schedule.

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Giugno Pisano 2013

Read more...The 2013 edition of the Giugno Pisano – traditionally the 'magical' month for Pisa – will be even more attractive on account of the number and quality of the events on schedule.

This is a month bubbling with life and an excellent time to discover and experience everything that centres around the holiday dedicated to the Patron Saint San Ranieri (17 June).

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Cherry Festival

Read more...The tradition of cherry production in the Pisan hills, particularly in the the Municipality of Lari, dates back several centuries and is also evident in the presence of the numerous native varieties.

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Park Festival

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On the occasion of the European Day of Parks, eleven days of shows and events to make the public aware of the Regional Park, with the variety of its territory, the fauna and flora.

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Park Festival

Read more...On the occasion of the European Day of Parks, ten days of shows and events to make the public aware San Rossore Park, with its varied terrain, flora and fauna.

A rich calendar of walks, excursions and guided tours of all types: on foot, by bicycle, on a carriage, by boat, in the woods, by the lake, on the river, to the beach, by day, by night, at dawn ...

And then seminars, conferences, book presentations, readings, poetry, music, children's activities, essay contests, photography, horse riding, sports, typical meals and much more.

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Excursions to Nature Reserves

Read more...A calendar of open air events designed to promote the knowledge of the rich environmental and historical heritage of Pisa Province.

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Pisan Seaboard Commemorative Coin

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On May the 1st the 140th anniversary of Marina di Pisa and 80th anniversary of Tirrenia will be celebrated by minting a commemorative coin named “Moneta del Litorale” (Seaboard Coin).

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Pontasserchio's Agrifiera

Read more...Pontasserchio's Agrifiera is an agricultural trade fair that has taken place in the 18th-century Parco della Pace at Pontasserchio since 1909.

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Excursions to Val di Cecina

Read more...Trekking, events and meetings with experts, including environmental education, artistic and sensory workshops etc. to discover the wilds crossed by man for millennia.

A breathtaking experience providing a better understanding man's centuries-old relationship with nature.

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The Wine Route goes ...

Read more...The programme of "The Wine Route goes ..." starts off on 15th April at Pisa's Museum of San Matteo with the first rendezvous with "A masterpiece, a great wine".

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Volterragusto - Spring 2012

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Once again, on the weekends 24th - 25th March and 31th March - 1st April, Volterra will be a showcase of excellent local food and wines!

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Guided Tour Centre

Read more...Pisa's Piazza dei Miracoli boasts a new tourist attraction! Not a monument or a work of art, but a Guided Tour Centre that will offer a range of interesting tours of the city.

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Gust'Arte - Urban trekking

Read more...Pontedera is known for the Vespa, but it also boasts an outdoor museum with major works of contemporary art scattered throughout the city as well as first-class gourmet products.

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Stories from the Other World

Read more..."Stories from the Other World" recounts how man learnt to approach, explore and understand our universe, a world very distant from our daily experience.

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Marzuolo Truffle Fair

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The Marzuolo Truffle Fair is the key event dedicated to the truffle variety that is dug up in March and is known locally as the 'Earth Diamond'.

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Marzuolo Truffle Fair

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The Marzuolo Truffle Fair is the key event dedicated to the truffle variety that is dug up in March and is known locally as the 'Earth Diamond'.

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Marzuolo Truffle Fair

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The Marzuolo Truffle Fair is the key event dedicated to the truffle variety that is dug up in March and is known locally as the 'Earth Diamond'.

The 'Principino' (Little Prince), another appellation of the March truffle, will be back again for the 16th edition of the fair on Saturday 15th and Sunday 16th March, much to the joy of all high-quality food lovers.

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Marzuolo Truffle Fair

Read more...The Marzuolo Truffle Fair is the key event dedicated to the truffle variety that is dug up in March and is known locally as the 'Earth Diamond'.

The 'Principino' (Little Prince), another appellation of the March truffle, will be back again for the 16th edition of the fair on Saturday 14th and Sunday 15th March, much to the joy of all high-quality food lovers.

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Gustopolis

Read more...Montopoli celebrates typical Tuscan flavours with a street market offering high-quality food and wine and a rich programme of collateral events.

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Pisa's New Year's Day

Read more...In Pisa, the New Year is celebrated twice – not only on the 1st of January along with the rest of the world, but also on the 25th of March.

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Vasari at the Museum of San Matteo

Read more...The National Museum of San Matteo pays a special homage to Giorgio Vasari, with a tour of the exhibits that he mentioned in his Lives.

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Carnival 2012

Read more...Floats, masks and streamers: Carnival is here! In every part of Pisa province spectacular processions come to life while each town puts in its own initiative to Carnival time.

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Pisan Seaboard 2012

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2012 is the year of the Pisan Seaboard! Two anniversaries will be celebrated in the resorts of Marina di Pisa (140th anniversay), Tirrenia and Calambrone (80th anniversary).

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Pisan Hills Olive Oil Festival

Read more...On Saturday 21st and Sunday 22nd January Pontedera's Centrum Sete Sóis Sete Luas will play host to the fourth edition of "Il primo olio", the Pisan Hills Olive Oil Festival.

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Buti's Palio

Read more...The first to be held in Tuscany every year, Buti's Palio takes its origins from the religious festival dedicated to St. Anthony, the protector of domestic animals.

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Fiabesque

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Shows, magic, lights and colours, festivals and wonder: every year Fiabesque gathers children of all ages around the charm of fairytales.

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Cigoli's Artistic Christmas Crib

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Once again, the Church of San Giovanni Battista will play host to the well-known Artistic Christmas Crib, celebrating its 11th edition.

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D'Ascanio. Uomo Genio Mago Mito

Read more..."Corradino d’Ascanio. Uomo Genio Mago Mito" is a great exhibition meant to celebrate the 120th anniversary of the Vespa designer's birth as well as the  30th anniversary of his death.

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PisaUnicaTerra diVino 2011

Read more... PisaUnicaTerra diVino, the Pisan wine festival, returns on Saturday 3rd and Sunday 4th December to celebrate its fifteenth edition.

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Notte Bianca in Blu

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The "Notte Bianca in Blu" (White Night in Blue) is held on 19 November 2011 in Pisa's historic centre. Visitors will have the opportunity to spend a wonderful evening shopping amidst culture and entertainment.

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Racing season at San Rossore

Read more...Wednesday 9th November will see the opening of the 2011 racing season at the San Rossore racecourse, a facility located in the estate of the same name.

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San Miniato White Truffle Fair

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One of the most popular event of the autumn is back: the precious white truffle of San Miniato, the protagonist of the 41st National White Truffle Fair.

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Flavours of Volterragusto

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Flavours of Volterragusto, the highly anticipated autumn event dedicated to the typical food and wine of Volterra and the Val di Cecina is back again.

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Pisa Book Festival

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The 9th edition of the Pisa Book Festival opens its doors on the 21st October with the attendance of some 180 publishers.

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Pablo Picasso at Palazzo Blu

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After Marc Chagall and Juan Miró, the Palazzo Blu Foundation in Pisa has chosen Pablo Picasso, the extraordinary artist who fathered the cubist movement.

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Simone Martini's Polyptych

Read more...Simone Martini's Polyptych, one of the principal works of art preserved in the Museum of San Matteo, is being restored 'live' before the visitors' eyes.

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Dolcemente 2011

Read more...Saturday 1st and Sunday 2nd the city of the Leaning Tower will host the finest Tuscan pastries: a unique chance to taste true homemade products and see the sights, visit medieval villages and charming landscapes.

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Owl Fair

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On 29 September Crespina celebrates its patron saint by staging the Owl Fair, a traditional event that some date back to the Middle Ages.

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Grapes and Wine Festival

Read more...Terricciola is the City of Wine. The composition of the soil, rich in sand and fossil deposits, has always fostered a microclimate which is ideal for the cultivation of vines.

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Settembre Sangiulianese

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The Settembre Sangiulianese features a wide variety of cultural exhibitions and performances that will enliven the town of San Giuliano Terme until 22 October.

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Anima Mundi

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Music and space. A holy space receives the music and multiplies its power to create shared feelings. It allows people to feel in harmony together, in peace.

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Anima Mundi

Read more...The 13th edition of the sacred music festival held in Pisa Cathedral and Monumental Cemetery

Music and space. A holy space receives the music and multiplies its power to create shared feelings. It allows people to feel in harmony together, in peace.

Anima Mundi is witness to the fertility of this relationship. The Cathedral, the Camposanto (Monumental Cemetery), the places where the festival has been held for thirteen years now, offer a privileged condition that pervades the spirit and the sensitivity of those who play and those who listen, making the players and the audience part of one and the same community.

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Anima Mundi

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The 14th edition of the sacred music festival held in Pisa Cathedral and Monumental Cemetery

Music and space. A holy space receives the music and multiplies its power to create shared feelings. It allows people to feel in harmony together, in peace.

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Metarock

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In keeping with tradition, Metarock Festival 2011 offers a rich programme of events and concerts.

This year the festival will see the participation of Raphael Gualazzi, Working Vibes, Bandabardò, Verdena and Bobo Rondelli.

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Archery Challenge

Read more...For its 38th consecutive year the Historical Commemoration and Archery Challenge will take place in Montopoli in Val d’Arno on 10th and 12th September.

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Archery Challenge

Read more...The 40th edition of the Historical Commemoration and Archery Challenge will take place in Montopoli in Val d’Arno on Saturday 14 and Sunday 15 September.

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Archery Challenge

Read more...The 41st edition of the Historical Commemoration and Archery Challenge will take place in Montopoli in Val d’Arno on Saturday 13 and Sunday 14 September.

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Astiludio

Read more...The term Astiludio derives from the medieval Latin astiludium, formed of hasta (flag) and ludus (game). The event is meant to revive the old traditions of the flag game.

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Astiludio

Read more...Astiludium derives from the Medieval Latin hasta (flag) and ludus (game, festivities). The modern name Astiludio is used today to denote a performance in which the ancient traditions of flag games are reenacted for the enjoyment of Volterrans and visitors alike.

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Walking Festival 2011

Read more...The Walking Festival is back every Saturday and Sunday from 3 September to 30 October with plenty of themed walks and collateral events.

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Vicopisano medieval festival

Read more... On September 3 and 4, at Vicopisano, lamps are turned off and visitors wander through the town by torchlight and the occasional blaze of fire-eaters and acrobatic jugglers.

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Medieval Festival in Vicopisano

Read more...On Saturday 31st August and Sunday 1st September at Vicopisano lamps are turned off and visitors wander through the side streets, hustle and bustle, town squares and neighbourhood squares by torchlight and the unexpected blaze of the fire-eaters and acrobatic jugglers.

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Medieval Festival in Vicopisano

Read more...On Saturday 6th and Sunday 7th September street lamps are turned off at Vicopisano and visitors wander through the side streets, hustle and bustle, town squares and neighbourhood squares by torchlight and the unexpected blaze of the fire-eaters and acrobatic jugglers.

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San Genesio Festival

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Casciana Terme announces the annual children’s festival to mark the anniversary of San Genesio, a friend and protector of boys and girls.

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Volterra AD 1398

Read more...Volterra AD 1398 celebrates its 14th edition in the very heart of the medieval city.

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Volterra AD 1398

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The 16th edition of Volterra AD 1398 features two unforgettable settings: the town centre, with its imposing palazzi and squares, and the Archaeological Park, over which the Medici Fortress reigns.

The high point of the programme is the “Festival Day of AD 1398”, on Sunday August 18th and 25th, from morning to nightfall. On this exceptional day a medieval town comes back to life with its performances, events, tradesmen, artisans, musicians, jugglers, populace and nobles. A unique occasion to experience, as if by magic, medieval times in one of the most beautiful cities in Tuscany.

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Volterra AD 1398

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Volterra AD 1398 features two unforgettable settings: the town centre, with its imposing palazzi and squares, and the Archaeological Park, over which the Medici Fortress reigns.

The high point of the programme is the “Feast Day of AD 1398”, held on Sunday 17th and Sunday 24th August from morning to nightfall. On this exceptional days a medieval town comes back to life with its performances, events, tradesmen, artisans, musicians, jugglers, populace and nobles.

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Palio di San Rocco

Read more...The Palio di San Rocco - Festival of Popular Culture returns this year with many varied and culturally committed events.

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The Square under the Moonlight

Read more...The Square under the Moonlight, the night openings of the monuments in the Piazza dei Miracoli, will be available this year from June 17th to September 4th.

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Festa della Luce

Read more...VolterraTeatro, in cooperation with Consorzio Turistico Volterra Valdicecina Valdera, will host a spectacular event of international level: the first edition of Festa della Luce.

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VolterraTeatro

Read more...From one edition to the next, VolterraTeatro has firmly established its vocation for research, experimentation and the avant-garde.

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Musicastrada Festival

Read more...Musicastrada, a travelling festival of quality music, was created by musicians, sound engineers, graphic designers and publishers.

The aim of all these professionals is to promote true musical culture on all levels, the kind of music that does not generally find an outlet in the mass-media: from blues to jazz, from ethnic to folk to local.

The festival is held from July 14th to August 18th and features a series of free, open-air concerts by artists from all over the world who play up close and personal with the audience, as part of a long journey exploring an alternative territory, welcoming, steeped in tradition, typical products and cuisine.

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Sete Sóis Sete Luas Festival

Read more...The Sete Sois Sete Luas Festival, a project promoted by a cultural network of cities in the Mediterranean and Portuguese-speaking world, takes place in Pontedera at the end of July.

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Teatro del Silenzio 2011 - "Bravo China"

Read more...The 2011 edition, scheduled for Thursday 21 July, assumes a particular turn, because the Teatro del Silenzio and its Honorary President Andrea Bocelli have enthusiastically welcomed the invitation from the extraordinary ambassador of the Chinese Popular Republic in Italy to host "Bravo China".

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Iterr-Cost

Read more...The beautiful Romanesque architectural style heavily influenced construction in Tuscany, particularly in the Pisa area.

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Terricciola Wine Night

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An evening dedicated to good wine and good food in the streets and squares of the old village.

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11 Lune at Peccioli

Read more...Once again Peccioli plays host to 11 Lune, the prestigious music, theatre and art festival set in the charming frame of the Fonte Mazzola Amphitheatre.

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Gioco del Ponte

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The first recorded edition of the Gioco del Ponte (Game of the Bridge) can be traced to 22 February 1568. The Ponte Vecchio, corresponding to the present-day Ponte di Mezzo, was chosen for the Battle.

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Gioco del Ponte

Read more...The first recorded edition of the Gioco del Ponte (Game of the Bridge) can be traced back to the 22nd of February 1568.

The Ponte Vecchio, corresponding to the present-day Ponte di Mezzo, was chosen for the Battle.

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Gioco del Ponte

Read more...The first recorded edition of the Gioco del Ponte (Game of the Bridge) can be traced back to the 22nd of February 1568. The Ponte Vecchio, corresponding to the present-day Ponte di Mezzo, was chosen for the Battle.

The aim was to take control of some or all of the positions occupied by the opposing district. Players from each of the two districts, Tramontana and Mezzogiorno, were divided into teams of 50 or 60 soldiers, each sporting its own colours and banners.

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Notte Rossa in Volterra

Read more...Saturday 25 June is Volterra's Notte Rossa (red night), red like the sunset, red like the nectar of grapes, red like passion and red like fire.

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Red Night in Volterra

Read more...Saturday 14th September is Volterra's Red Night (Notte Rossa), red like the sunset, red like the nectar of grapes, red like passion, red like fire.

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Red Night in Volterra

Read more...Saturday 13th September is Volterra's Red Night (Notte Rossa). As Red as the sunsets on the hills of Corsica; as Red as Rosso Fiorentino; as Red as the blood in the Cappella della Croce; as Red as wine, passion and fire.

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White Night in Pontedera

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The White Night event has become a cultural phenomenon that has infected the whole of Italy. A store of energy pervades the streets, museums, theatres and shops in a single dedicated night.

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Regatta of San Ranieri

Read more...On the evening of 17 June four boats representing the city’s historical quarters challenge each other on the waters of the Arno regatta that revives the tradition of Pisa's Maritime Republic.

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Regatta of San Ranieri

Read more...On the evening of 17 June, four boats representing the city’s historical quarters challenge each other on the waters of the Arno in a Historical Regatta that revives the tradition of Pisa's Maritime Republic.

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Regatta of San Ranieri

Read more...On the evening of 17th June, four boats representing the city’s historical quarters challenge each other on the waters of the Arno in a Historical Regatta that revives the tradition of Pisa's Maritime Republic.

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The magic of the Luminara

Read more...The magic of the Luminara of San Ranieri is rekindled at dusk on 16 June along Pisa’s Lungarni (riversides).

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The magic of the Luminara

Read more...The magic of the Luminara of San Ranieri is rekindled at dusk on 16 June along Pisa’s Lungarni (riversides).

This remarkable illumination custom is traditionally performed by the Pisans on the eve of the patron saint's day.

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The magic of the Luminara

Read more...The magic of the Luminara of San Ranieri is rekindled at dusk on 16 June along Pisa’s Lungarni (riversides).

This remarkable illumination custom is traditionally performed by the Pisans on the eve of the patron saint's day.

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Summer on the Pisan seaboard

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Expect three full months of summer on the Pisan seaboard with a calendar of events planned from 2nd June to 3rd September 2011 to bring fun for all ages to the beaches.

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Miracles by Night 2011

Read more...The masterpieces of the greatest 14th- and 15th-century artists on the walls of Pisa's Monumental Cemetery, described by specialized guides and by the restorers themselves.

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Cherry Festival

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Read more...Read more...The tradition of cherry production in the Pisan hills, particularly in the the Municipality of Lari, dates back several centuries and is also evident in the presence of the numerous native varieties.

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Spa by Night

Read more...Indulge your need for relaxion and enjoy the charm of the spas of Casciana and San Giuliano Terme by night from May to September.

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The Giugno Pisano

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The "magic month" to live in the city of the Leaning Tower

The Giugno Pisano (Pisan June) – traditionally the “magic month” to visit the city of the Leaning Tower – this year will be even more attractive for the richness and quality of events.

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Agrifiera 2011

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The Agrifiera is an agricultural trade fair that has taken place in Pontasserchio, near San Giuliano Terme, since 1909.

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Di Borgo in Borgo, di Gusto in Gusto

Read more...Di borgo in borgo, di gusto in gusto” (From hamlet to hamlet, from flavour to flavour) is a series of dinners held from April 3 to May 21 to promote the use of local products.

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The alabaster Leaning tower

Read more...A 1/25 scale reproduction of the famous Leaning tower of Pisa executed in Volterra alabaster by the artisans of the Arte in Bottega Association.

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Easter Holidays with Galileo

Read more...An intriguing walk around Galileo's places in the scientist's hometown. Discover the human story and extraordinary discoveries of the founder of modern science!

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Miracles by Night

Read more...The masterpieces of the greatest 14th- and 15th-century artists on the walls of the Cemetery of Pisa, told by specialized guides and by the restorers themselves.

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Fior di Città

Read more...From the 1st to the 3rd of April Pisa becomes a flowery garden where to discover and buy plants, flowers, seeds, garden tools and materials.

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Terme Aperte

Read more...The spas of Terme di Casciana, Terme Villa Borri and Bagni di Pisa open their doors for a three-day event organized to celebrate Pisa's New Year's Day.

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Pisa City Grand Tour

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Spring arrives with a series of themed guided tours of the old city, in search of Pisa's lesser known - but not less interesting - aspects.
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Women of Italy

Read more...The exhibition - set up for the 150th anniversary of the Unification of Italy - tells the story of the country as seen through the eyes and vicissitudes of its women.

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Walking in Pisa

Read more...A walking tour through the city three days a week, from March 3rd to October 31st.

Come along and discover the beauty of Pisa beyond the Leaning Tower!

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Tourist Guide Day

Read more...On February 16-17 and 23-24 the towns of Calci, Pisa, Pomarance, San Giuliano, San Miniato and Volterra will celebrate the 24th International Tourist Guide Day with eleven guided tours of local monuments, palaces and museums.

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International Tour Guide Day

Read more...A series of free guided tours will be offered on 20th February on the occasion of the 22nd International Tour Guide Day.

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Pisa's New Year's Day

Read more...In Pisa, the New Year is celebrated twice – not only on the 1st of January along with the rest of the world, but also on the 25th of March.

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Carnival is here!

Read more...Floats, masks and streamers: Carnival is here! In every part of Pisa province spectacular défilés come to life while each town puts in its own initiative to Carnival time.

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PisaUnicaTerra is ... 2011 events

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2011 will be a year rich in events dedicated to culture, tradition and quality food and wine.

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Christmas lights and colours

Read more...Christmas is just around the corner and Pisa Province is dressed up in lights and colours.

With a wide range of events scheduled from December to January, there is something to suit everyone: from the traditional to the novel, there are lots of incentives and ideas to take to the streets of the town centres and join in.

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Theatre, shows and more...

Read more...Opera, prose, concerts and a great many other events: the playbills of the theatres of Pisa and the province are brimming with initiatives and waiting for you.

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Christmas in Pisa

Read more...The festive lights of the Christmas decorations are turned on in Corso Italia and Borgo Stretto: Pisa is dressed up in a variety of colours and set alight by the cheerful Christmas atmosphere.

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Notte Bianca in Blu

Read more...Why are there always 'notti bianche' (white nights)? Pisa dresses in Blue and... stays up late. The city invites you to come along for shopping and fun with "Notte Bianca in Blu" on 20 November 2010 in the historical centre.

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40th White Truffle Fair

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A heady perfume fills the streets and squares of San Miniato in the last three weekends of November, a heady perfume that captures the senses. A perfume and a flavour that entice gourmets, visitors and the simply curious. With an ever increasing attendance each year (the 2009 edition was visited by over sixty thousand people).

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The Vespa in the movies

Read more...From the renowned “Roman Holiday” film with Audrey Hepburn and Gregory Peck, to “The American” - the new thriller starring George Clooney - to Bollywood’s best productions.

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The Flavours of Volterragusto

Read more...In what has become a tradition, we see the return of Flavours of Volterragusto, the autumn events dedicated to the typical food and wine of Volterra and the Cecina Valley.

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2010 Scuola Normale Concerts

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The Scuola Normale concert season has always been  characterized by the attention given to early, modern and contemporary music and to the quality and standing of interpreters.

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An autumn of tasty events

Read more...Pisa province offers an autumn full of tasty opportunities to all lovers of typical products and fans of handmade delights.

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The Age of Books

Read more...From 30 September to 3 October Pontedera will play host the Age of Books, a literature festival organised by Librialsole and Tagete edizioni.

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Owl Fair

Read more...The Owl Fair takes place on 29 September at Crespina. Although no precise dates have been found this historical event seems to originate from the Medieval Age.

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Notte Rossa at Volterra

Read more...Saturday 18 September is Volterra's Notte Rossa (red night), red like the sunset, like the nectar of the grape, like passion and fire.

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Notte Bianca at Pontedera

Read more...Each year the Festa del commercio (Trade and Shopping Festival) and the Notte Bianca (White night) are the must-see end-of -summer fixtures at Pontedera.

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Grape and Wine Festival

Read more...Terricciola is the City of Wine. The composition of the soil, rich in sand and fossil deposits, has always fostered a microclimate ideal for the cultivation of vines; not surprisingly, since the 1960s Terricciola has given thanks for its abundant wine crop with the Grape and Wine Festival.

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PisaUnicaTerra diVino 2010

Read more...PisaUnicaTerra diVino, the Pisan wine fair, returns on 13 and 14 November to celebrate its fourteenth edition. This year the event moves from Pisa to Pontedera, a town with a bustling commercial fabric, renowned for the Vespa and the Piaggio factory, located at the centre of the wine production area of Pisa Province.

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Bellincioni’s Belfries

Read more...APT Pisa has organized for the 12th September the trip "Bellincioni’s Belfries: Riding a Vespa  in the great architect’s footsteps to discover the treasures of the Valdera”.

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Pisa Book Festival

Read more...The 8th edition of the Pisa Book Festival opens its doors on 22 October. For three days Pisa will be a showcase for titles that are not easily found in traditional channels of distribution.

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Archery Challenge

Read more...For its 37th consecutive year the Historical Commemoration and Archery Challenge will take place in the Montopoli historical centre on Saturday 11 and Sunday 12 September.

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Anima Mundi

Read more...There has always been an inextricable link between music and religion, a bond coming from the unbreakable symbolic value that has always been associated with sound.

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Camper Week

Read more...Today, camping is a life philosophy; it is the desire to see and learn about new places, customs and people with the combined benefit of being able to move about as you please.

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Walking Festival 2010

Read more...The Walking Festival will take place until 31st October with an extensive programme of excursions to explore the natural and architectural  treasures of Pisa Province.

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Valdera Festival 2010

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El Valdera Festival regresa en 2010 para permitir la participación de los más jóvenes (pero no sólo ellos) organizando eventos dedicados a sus grandes pasiones: la música, el deporte y, a pesar de todo lo que se diga de la juventud de nuestros días, se ha concedido un espacio también a los momentos de reflexión.

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Dolcemente 2010

Read more... The sweetest event of the year returns! During the first week of October, the city of the Leaning tower will host the delight of Tuscany’s most exquisite and refined cakes and pastries – an occasion not to be missed where you can discover true artisan products and visit the monuments, the city centres and the most charming medieval towns and landscapes around Pisa.

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Sangiulianese September

Read more...The Sangiulianese September is back again with its many cultural events. Over the years the festival has gained increasing favour with both the public and the critics.

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Guided Tours in San Miniato

Read more...A programme aimed at introducing the artistic beauty of the city, and especially the many hidden gems, was started by the Museum Network of San Miniato in August.

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San Genesio Festival

Read more...According to a 55-year-old tradition, every year the municipality of Casciana Terme announces the children’s festival to celebrate San Genesio's anniversary.

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Saint Genesius Festival

Read more...Following a 58-year-old tradition, every year the municipality of Casciana Terme announces the children’s festival to mark the anniversary of Saint Genesius, an eternal friend and protector of boys and girls.

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Joan Miró Exhibition

Read more...Following the extraordinary success of the Chagall exhibition, Palazzo Blu turns its attention to one of the greatest Surrealist artists: Joan Miró.

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Volterra AD 1398

Read more...On Sunday 15 and 22 August Volterra is transported back into the Middle Ages with knights, nobles, ladies, craft workers, people and farmers, flag throwers and archers, musicians and jesters.

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Vicopisano medieval festival

Read more...On Saturday 4 and Sunday 5 of September at Vicopisano lamps are turned off and visitors wander through the side streets, hustle and bustle, town squares and neighbourhood squares by torchlight and the unexpected blaze of the fire-eaters and acrobatic jugglers.

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Palio of San Rocco

Read more...The Palio of San Rocco and the Festival of Popular Culture return this year in San Miniato from the 10th to the 16th of August.

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Astiludio

Read more...The term derives from the medieval Latin astiludium, formed of hasta (flag) and ludus (game). This is an event conceived to experience the old traditions of the flag game.

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VolterraTeatro 2010

Read more...From 19 July to 1 August VolterraTeatro makes its return as one of the most highly anticipated events in Tuscany and the Italian theatre scene for 24 years.

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Theatre Festival

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The Institute of Popular Drama promotes theatrical and cultural events inspired by the so-called Theatre of the Spirit, that part of drama which concerns itself with the meaning of life.

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11 Lune a Peccioli 2010

Read more...Once again Peccioli plays host to 11 Lune, the prestigious music, theatre and art festival set in the charming frame of the Fonte Mazzola Amphitheatre.

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La Luna è Azzurra

Read more...La Luna è Azzurra (The Moon is Blue) features the best Italian and international puppet theatre, with around thirty companies and an audience of over 12,000.

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La Luna è Azzurra

Read more...La Luna è Azzurra is a festival that features the best of the Italian and international puppet theatre.

Every year the festival features around thirty companies and welcomes some 12,000 spectators.

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Gioco del Ponte

Read more...The Gioco del Ponte is held on the last weekend of June and is preceded by a Pageant of over seven hundred paraders in late 16th-century costume.

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Cantine aperte (Open wineries)

Read more...Cantine Aperte (Open Wineries) is Italy’s most important event centred on its wine, people and territories. For over 17 years the Movimento Turismo del Vino (Wine Tourism Movement) partner wineries have opened their doors to the public on the last Sunday of May each year, encouraging direct contact with wine enthusiasts.

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Terme Aperte (Open Spas)

Read more...Pisa Province is popular for its thermal springs. Visitors can pursue physical fitness while enjoying the relaxation and comfort of  wellness centres.

Casciana Terme

Tucked away in the pleasant landscape of the Pisan hills, Casciana Terme is a small and comforting town that conserves an ancient and precious heart: its beneficial thermal waters.

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A summer of music and theatre

Read more...It’s summer at last and with it come numerous original events for music and theatre lovers. The province of Pisa in June, July and August becomes an open-air stage, a place to experience emotions and allow yourself be guided in discovery of territory of this province, brimming with history and charm.

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Historical Regatta

Read more...On the afternoon of 17 June four boats representing the city’s historical quarters challenge each other on the waters of the Arno regatta that revives the tradition of Pisa's Maritime Republic.

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The events of the Giugno Pisano

Read more...The Giugno Pisano is a series of traditional historical events held in Pisa in a June teeming with satellite initiatives.

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The enchantment of the Luminara

Read more...Every year, on the evening of 16 June - the eve of the patron saint's feast day - the enchantment of the Luminara of San Ranieri is revived on Pisa’s Lungarni.

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Cherry Festival

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Along the Nile

Read more...The exhibition features over 200 artefacts, drawings and manuscripts chosen from amongst the most beautiful and significant items Rosellini brought to Italy from Egypt.

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Agrifiera 2010

Read more...Agrifiera – a fair dedicated to agriculture, crafts and livestock – has been held in the 18th-century Parco della Pace at Pontasserchio since 1982.

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“Di gusto in gusto ...”

Read more...A series of dinners on the theme of local products held in the weeks leading up to I Sapori della Valle, held in Montecatini Val di Cecina on 22 and 23 May.

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Easter and springtime in Pisa Province

Read more...Easter and spring: a perfect combination for a holiday in Pisa and its territory, steeped in art, well-being, traditions and good living.

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Walking in Pisa 2010

Read more...A guided walk around Pisa to learn about and discover a city that has much more to offer than the marvellous Field of Miracles and the Leaning Tower: the Walking in Pisa is back from April 1st.

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Volterragusto

Read more...Volterragusto, the food and wine review that has filled the Tuscan autumn with flavours for five years, this year, for the first time, brings a delicious springtime addition into play.

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The Pisan New Year

Read more...In Pisa, the New Year is celebrated twice – not only on the 1st of January along with the rest of the world, but also on the 25th of March.

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Discovering PisaUnicaTerra

Read more...To celebrate the World Tour Guide Day, on the 28 of February the province of Pisa opens its doors onto its most beautiful places.

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Keith Haring twenty years later

Read more...Keith Haring was an American artist who became famous for his ‘Subway Drawings’, ephemeral sketches traced out in chalk on blank billboards in metro subways.

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Carnival is here!

Read more...Floats, masks and streamers: Carnival has started!

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Dance steps

Read more...This year Pisa Theatre is again proposing a rather well devised dance bill characterised by a high quality of items.

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Theatre, ballet, shows and more ...

Read more...Opera, theatre, ballet, concerts and a host of other events: theatres in Pisa and its province feature playbills brimming with initiatives and eagerly await you, to enjoy all their new projects together.

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PisaUnicaTerra is ... 2010 events

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2010 will be a year rich in events dedicated to culture, tradition and quality food and wine.

 

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Fiabesque

Read more...Now in its sixth edition, Fiabesque returns on 20 December to liven up the village of Peccioli with poetry, lights, colours and live performances.

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Christmas lights and colours

Read more...Christmas is just around the corner and the province of Pisa is dressed up in lights and colours.

 

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PisaUnicaTerra DiVino 2009

Read more...PisaUnicaTerra DiVino, the great Pisan wine review, celebrates this year its 13th edition.

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Andrea Bocelli & the 2010 concert

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Following the outstanding success of the previous edition, the date of Bocelli's 5th concert at the Teatro del Silenzio has been set: 25 July 2010.

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Waiting for New Moon

Read more...To mark the release of "New Moon", the most highly anticipated film of the year based on the bestseller by Stephanie Meyer, Volterra treats fans to an exclusive preview.

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The Truffle is always in fashion

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The approach of autumn sees the return of the San Miniato National White Truffle Show, this year celebrating its 39th edition.

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"New Moon" in Volterra

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Thursday 22nd October saw the celebration of New Moon Day at the 2009 Rome Film Festival. The stars of the day were Melissa Rosemburg, the screenwriter, and three of the Volturi from the film.

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Dolcemente

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Guided tasting sessions, pastry workshops, games, international guests, concerts, theme dinners, ‘panforte’ bread throwing, competitions, and countless other activities.

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Chagall and the Mediterranean

Read more...The first in a series of exhibitions investigating the influence of the Mediterranean on 2oth-century art.

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PisaUnicaTerra is … priceless sensations to savour


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Have you already been to Pisa? Have you taken a great photo with the Tower in the background? Well, we're glad.  Now the time has arrived to come back and spend a few days here, and we highly recommend you bring your appetites with you.

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Walking in Pisa

Read more...A guided walk around Pisa is a perfect way to explore a city that goes beyond the marvellous Piazza dei Miracoli and the Leaning Tower.

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Province of Pisa: Naturally beautiful

Read more...A complex, multifaceted land for all seasons and tastes; a treasure chest of art, culture, nature and wellbeing that has not yet been fully unlocked.

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