Italy is known also for its food and wine; you can't visit this country without tasting gastronomic specialities, smelling aromas and tastes of land and sea.
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From 4th October 2018 through 3rd February 2019, a major exhibition will take place at Palazzo Reale dedicated to Carlo Carrà (1881 - 1966), one of the greatest 20th century masters, and one of the most prominent artists of Italian art and modern European painting. His indelible mark and vital style can be recognised throughout his artistic production.
Geisha and samurai, beautiful women and legendary heroes
The greatest Japanese artists of the 19th century will be on show including Hiroshige, Utamaro, Hokusai, and Kuniyoshi, with a complete panorama of Japanese life in this period through the display of samurai clothes, kimonos, fans and photographs.
Maremma: Grosseto, Scansano and Castiglione
Scansano, Grosseto, Castiglione della Pescaia: a fresco of hills, planted fields, towns and citadels, sea and beaches, becoming a glowing mosaic embellished by timeless architecture.
The region is located in northern Tuscany between the lake of Massaciuccoli and the Cinquale river; it's well known for its fine sandy beaches an area of 20 km. The coastline includes the towns of Camaiore, Forte dei Marmi, Massarosa, Pietrasanta, Seravezza, Stazzema and Viareggio.