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By Valentino Servizi | This is a magazine for anyone interested in discovering a hidden Italian holiday gem which is located south of Venice, bordering Tuscany and Umbria. People love Italy and they know almost everything about it, but there is still something unspoiled which needs to be discovered. I started this group to present them Le Marche (in Italian it sounds MARKE!): Italy in just one region! We will discover Le Marche by telling stories and watching images, while tasting wine and olives oil as well as other traditional food specialties coming from there.

BBC Food - Recipes - Vincisgrassi (porcini and prosciutto lasagne)

Preheat the oven to 180C/160C Fan/Gas 4.<p>Heat the olive oil and fry the mushrooms with the garlic for two minutes.<p>Add the Parma ham, stir and remove from the heat.<p>Cook the butter and flour in a pan over a low heat until it lets off a nutty aroma. Stir in the milk, a little at a time until it is …

Italian Food

Pecorino – Not the Cheese, the Wine

The popular Pecorino2015 Ciù Ciù Pecorin Offida – $15.99 Weimax WinesPecorino wine is the type of wine one discovers in a small wine shop. Gerald …

Li Vurgacci: among waterfalls and rock monsters

<b>Dear friends today I’ll talk about a trip made by a dear friend of mine, Monia, who lives in Le Marche.</b> I received an email from her last week and I …

Travel

Wines Of Italy’s Marche Region A Refreshing Surprise

<i>The Marche wine region of Italy has famous neighbors, like Tuscany and Umbria, but this picturesque rural area is coming into its own with</i> …

Mani che intrecciano Weaving event in Urbino

Last weekend Salice Vivo (a very active association, based in Urbino, devoted to the study and development of basket weaving and all weaving arts) …

Mediterranean

The magic of Pilato's lake

The magic of Pilato’s lake<p>A breathless landscape in the heart of Sibillini mountains<p>Central / Marche <br>May 11, 2016 Leave a Comment<p><i>by Nadia …

Travel

A Day in Marche

Marche is the region next to door to Umbria. Like Bari, Marche is bordered by the Adriatic Sea. So this Saturday, my friend from Arezzo and I spent …

Travel

Bringing Italy to Chicago – Francesca’s Marche Wine Dinner

Everyone has heard of Tuscany and Umbria but fewer people have heard of Marche which is the wine region just east of Umbria and right off the …

Italy Uncovered: Why You Need to See Le Marche - Into the Blue

Pronounced MAR-kay, this thumb-shaped region of eastern Italy is a beautiful and surprisingly affordable alternative to Tuscany. It’s got beaches …

Mediterranean

Marche sparkling could be ‘new Prosecco’

Former Constellation Europe chairman Christopher Carson believes he has found the perfect big volume sparkling wine to fill “a gap” in the UK as …

Wine

“Maceratese”, villages to visit, trip in Sibillini | Marche travelling

<b>“Maceratese”, villages to visit, and extraordinary trip in Sibillini between the most characteristics villages #maceratese #maceratesetovisit</b><p>In the</b> …

Villa Marchese del Grillo

Soriano Group presents: Italy's Unique Marche Region & its future to the World

Wedding at Borgo Storico Seghetti Panichi

Marche Expo 2015: Le Marche dall'alto

Monte Vettore, Canale del Lago di Pilato

La meta, stavolta, era la parete nord di Cima del Lago, trovata però piena di accumuli di neve che ci hanno fatto desistere dal salire.<p>Il ripiego, su …

Le Marche: Polenta con le vongole

Walking around the Piceno area

Hard to describe in words the feeling you get traveling and discovering this territory!<br>I'm not from Marche region and I hope that you, as well as I …

How to do Le Marche, Italy, on a budget

Stretching for around 100 miles along the Adriatic coast, with hilltowns to rival those of Tuscany and Umbria, Le Marche is a gorgeous and affordable region to explore<p>If Le Marche seems like one of Italy's least known regions, that's probably because we're looking at it from the outside. Because …

S. Emidio, the protector against the earthquakes

<i>The route is dedicated to the history and the legend of S. Emidio, the first bishop of Ascoli Piceno and protector of the earthquakes. he is</i> …

Ancient History

LEARNING TO LIVE WITH THE BUREACRACY

<b>LEARNING TO LIVE WITH THE BUREAUACRACY</b><p><b></b>We are now almost two and a half years into the process of acclimating ourselves into this fascinating place. …

Italy

La Befana in Urbania – a fairy tale to live!

<b>Did ja know…?</b>that<b> La Befana</b> is an Italian mythological personage, known as a good witch who flies on a broomstick on the 6th of January each year, …

Travel

Life in Le Marche countryside

What a surprise one morning this week to wake up to the first snow of the winter! Admittedly there was not a great deal, a fine blanket covering the …

Travel

Vista dal drone sul Santuario di Macereto

MAGICAL PLACES IN ITALY - by RomeCabs

Insalata di arance e finocchi (Orange and Fennel Salad)

It might be the season, but coming right on the heels of our recent post on Sausages and Grapes, today’s post once again features a mixture of sweet …

Astrolabes and Armour: The Studiolo of Federico da Montefeltro at Urbino

At the heart of Federico’s Palace at Urbino, of which I spoke in my last post, was his <i>studiolo</i>, a tiny inner sanctum for study and reflection, and a …

Metropolitan Museum of Art