Great Gelato – How-to Guide. There are three major styles of ice creams in Western world: Philadelphia-style (no eggs, egg whites and cream), French-style(whole eggs and cream) and, of-course, Italian-style gelato (no eggs, with cream and light milk). Modern gelato or ice cream is said to have been invented in Italy in 1660’s and in
Colosseum is one of the most famous buildings in the world, and one of the favorite tourist attractions in Rome, the word “Colosseum” is just a nickname that stuck for over 1900 years. Official name of this marvel of architecture and engineering is Flavian Amphitheater or Anfiteatro Flavio, because it was built by the Flavian
Lotto stands. Fun fact about the lottery stands in Rome. These stands are usually located in the tobacco stores, and they have very “important” for players books called :”Encyclopedia of Lotto” or “Encyclopedia of Dreams” on how to interpret your dreams, they also have books called “Encyclopedia of Numbers“, all these books are supposed to
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Ariccia is a little town, located one hour away from Rome, in the Alban hills, in the national park called Castelli Romani, between two volcanic lakes: Lake Albano and Lake Nemi. Ariccia is about 2500 years old and because of its location it had been for ages a very important strategic point. In the end
The Roman speciality that conquered the world. The word “porchetta” comes from its male correspondent, “porchetto” (piglet). In ancient times, a relatively “young” pig was sacrificed as an offer to the divinities. Afterwards, people discovered that the female had a healthier and tastier meat, so they started using it. From that comes the name “porchetta”.
Castello Caetani is situated in the little, medieval, hillside town of Sermoneta, in the province of Latina. The first to have lived there was The Baron Annibaldi, who was in charge of not only the town of Sermoneta, but of all towns and villages in the vicinity, under direct order from the Holy See. The