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Concordia Bridge

Concordia Bridge

Via Fratelli Kennedy, 13, Fossombrone , PU, Marche

F. Benetti Tennis Club

F. Benetti Tennis Club

Lungomare Repubblica 19/21, Grottammare , AP, Marche

Villages (Borghi)

Amatrice

Rieti, Lazio

How Amatrice was

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Zungoli

Avellino, Campania

The village of the shepherds' tracks

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Grottammare

Ascoli Piceno, Marche

Liszt's holidays

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Cervo

Imperia, Liguria

The heart breaking echo of the sea

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Montefiore dell’Aso

Ascoli Piceno, Marche

Renaissance light

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Ricetto di Candelo

Biella, Piemonte

The blooming village

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Ostana

Cuneo, Piemonte

Where the wind makes its turn

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Castell'Arquato

Piacenza, Emilia-Romagna

History and flavours, where everything was once sea

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Corinaldo

Ancona, Marche

The sough-after hamlet

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Frontino

Pesaro e Urbino, Marche

The watchman of Montefeltro

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Offida

Ascoli Piceno, Marche

Deep traditions from the table to embroidery

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Montefollonico

Siena, Toscana

The village of woolen-cloth washers

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Peccioli

Pisa, Toscana

The village of the chiassi

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Sirolo

Ancona, Marche

The village of strawberry trees and the sea

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Camerano

Ancona, Marche

The underground village

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San Leo

Rimini, Emilia-Romagna

The hermit of Montefeltro

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Gradara

Pesaro e Urbino, Marche

The village of Paolo and Francesca

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Serra San Quirico

Ancona, Marche

The thorn of San Quirico

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Montegridolfo

Rimini, Emilia-Romagna

The Malatesta Line

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Montecassiano

Macerata, Marche

Internal fights on Roman soil

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Fenestrelle

Torino, Piemonte

A village where the earth ends

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Varzi

Pavia, Lombardia

The noble soul of Oltrepò Pavese

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Barolo

Cuneo, Piemonte

Kingdom of wine

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Arquata del Tronto

Ascoli Piceno, Marche

The fortress of the Sybil

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Visso

Macerata, Marche

The precious heart of Monti Sibillini

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Citerna

Perugia, Umbria

The Venus' well

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Fontecchio

L'Aquila, Abruzzo

Fifty sips of water

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Monte Grimano Terme

Pesaro e Urbino, Marche

The fraternal door of Montefeltro

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Roseto Valfortore

Foggia, Puglia

The rose of Daunia

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Treia

Macerata, Marche

Divine raw earth

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Sant'Agata Feltria

Rimini, Emilia-Romagna

Ancient flavors

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Sant'Agata di Puglia

Foggia, Puglia

The Loggia delle Puglie

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Sellano

Perugia, Umbria

On the traces of Silla returning from Spoleto

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Giarratana

Ragusa, Sicilia

Santa Ilaria in Iblean land

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Montecosaro

Macerata, Marche

Picena Purity

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Cingoli

Macerata, Marche

The Marche's balcony

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Pergola

Pesaro e Urbino, Marche

Scent of wine and truffle in the land of Cartoceto

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Mondavio

Pesaro e Urbino, Marche

A reel from which fly

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Fossombrone

Pesaro e Urbino, Marche

Alaric has not won

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Elcito

Macerata, Marche

Seven brave inhabitants

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Pierosara

Ancona, Marche

The village of Piero and Sara

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Frontone

Pesaro e Urbino, Marche

The fortress to the Adriatic sea

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Piobbico

Pesaro e Urbino, Marche

History and flavors in the fief of Brancaleoni

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Monte Vidon Corrado

Fermo, Marche

Very profound Licinian calm

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Torre di Palme

Fermo, Marche

Picena Palm Tree

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Montefortino

Fermo, Marche

The Middle Ages on the Sibillini

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Moresco

Fermo, Marche

Aso Eight Times

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Smerillo

Fermo, Marche

Roman coins at the edge of the forest

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Montalto delle Marche

Ascoli Piceno, Marche

The coins of Sixtus V

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Altidona

Fermo, Marche

Roman villas on the banks of the Aso River

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News by keywrds

Borghi Photo Marathon 2018: photos and the award ceremony at the TTG in Rimini

An exciting event and photographic exhibition that not only rewards the authors but also, and especially the villages

Recipe: Olive ascolane, picene land to taste

Crispy golden spheres that contain olives stuffed with meat and scent. An icon of the Marche gastronomy, delicacies to be enjoyed at the table or while walking, in the name of tradition applied to street food

Presented the 23rd edition of the National Fair of Fine White Truffle of Pergola and Typical Products

An event not to be missed on 7th, 14th and 21st of October in the city of the Golden Bronzes.

Recipe: the Crescia of the village of Frontone

Not to be confused with piadina, a substitute for bread that comes directly from the Montefeltro era

Recipe: Purple stuffed artichokes from the village of Montelupone

A real treat, a gift from the generous land of this village in the Marches, a recipe that draws from tradition. The triumph of flavor in these purple artichokes, easy to cook and brightly chromatic on the table

Journey through the Villages of the Taranta - part two

We are in the Grecìa salentina, the Hellenistic linguistic island of southern Puglia. Exactly nine municipalities where one still speaks a neo-Greek dialect, just more those involved in the consortium between institutions.

Acquaviva Picena: fortified walls, the fortress and the pajarole

The village of Acquaviva Picena, famous for its fortress and for the traditional pajarole, is located in the Marche region.

Respirart Day 2018, a traveling party in the highest park in the world

In Fiemme Valley, between the Dolomites of Trentino, on July 28th a traveling party will accompany us to discover the new works of art that were born, during the summer of 2018, in the RespirArt art park of Pampeago, one of the highest in the world.

Dazzling beauty: The editorial of the July issue of Borghi Magazine

Borghi Magazine's July 2018 issue was released. Here is the editorial from our director, Claudio Bacilieri.

The village of Barolo, between the Collisioni Festival and the splendid setting of the Langhe lands.

The hills of the Langhe are the setting for what critics call the best Italian festival. Musicians, singers, writers and journalists alternate on feast days between culture and debates.