Trinacria Theatre Company brings together three tales of interracial romance, in a production that unfolds through the streets of a small Sicilian village.
With the establishment of Florentine as the literary language of choice, all the other regional languages came to be regarded as dialects, creating a unique situation that Italians have struggled with to this day.
The model of the albergo diffuso invites the discerning, COVID-19 cautious consumer into disparate buildings within a fully-functioning community.
The southernmost tip of Italy is ripe for a renaissance.
Giorgio Massei, director of Edulingua, explains the challenges for language tourism and what it means to teach Italian during a pandemic.