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Untold Italy is a travel podcast full of practical tips and advice to help you plan your trip to Italy. Travel expert Katy Clarke interviews special guests and answers your questions to help you plan and uncover your own, as yet untold adventures in Italy. On our show we share highlights of the major destinations, off the beaten path secrets, best ways to get around, favorite food spots, cultural insights and much more. You’ll learn how to plan your Italy itinerary to include the places and ...
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The official podcast of www.everythingaction.com, join action movie (and sci-fi, horror, etc) fans Zach & Chris each week as they talk about old favorites, new releases, deep-cut classics, and everything in between. Come back every month for a full Everything Action Commentary track to watch a movie along with the Everything Action crew.
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Red Web

Rooster Teeth

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Red Web explores the oddities and mystique of the world around you. From captivating internet mysteries to supernatural phenomena and unsolved true crime cases, Red Web offers a dark yet entertaining journey into the unknown every Monday.
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Welcome to "The Timeless Tapestry Podcast" by MemoryCherish, where cherished memories are woven into engaging stories. Hosted by Mark White, the head artist at MemoryCherish, and co-host Dr. Laura Whitman, head of education, this podcast is a treasure trove of nostalgia, wisdom, and heartwarming tales. Dive into a world where the past is lovingly restored and the present is celebrated. Each episode, Mark and Dr. Laura explore the fascinating intersections of art, memory, and the human experi ...
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Venice Talks

Monica Cesarato

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Welcome to Venice Talks, the weekly podcast series uncovering the authentic soul of Venice, Italy. Hosted by the fabulous Monica Cesarato, who has unparalleled knowledge of Venice, and is renowned as one of the city's top guides even among celebrities. Venice Talks is not just a podcast; it's your passport to a 360-degree experience of this extraordinary city. Join Monica as she delves beyond the clichés, steering clear of the tourist-packed routes that millions follow each year. Instead, sh ...
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An antidote to today’s frenzied world. Step back, let go, immerse yourself: it’s time to go slow. Listen to the sounds of birds, mountain climbing, monks chatting as you go about your day. A lo-fi celebration of pure sound.
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DisLove Podcast with Vanessa and Kris

Vanessa Ferguson and Kris Johns

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The DisLove Podcast with Vanessa and Kris was created to share their love of all things Disney in 2018. They feature vendors, crafters and travel agents who can help make your next Disney trip or your everyday life even more magical. They had their Disney Fairy Tale Wedding at Epcot in 2008 (American Adventure Rotunda) and a vow renewal at Epcot in 2018 (Italy Pavilion). They love sharing tips from their trips to Walt Disney World, Disneyland and on the Disney Cruise Line. Check out their sh ...
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Vihangam Yoga is well known for its incredibly powerful meditation technique. It unleashes the hidden potential of the practitioner in a very short span of time. The discoveries on this technique by the neuroscientists at CIP Ranchi and Bergamo University (Italy) show astounding results. It is so powerful that it requires only 15 minutes of regular practice to give all the benefits. Few more researches are being conducted at other institutions in India, Russia and USA.
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Hideo Kobayashi presents Hidden Radio | www.hideokobayashi.com Hideo Kobayashi is one of Japan’s most prolific electronic music producers, adept at crafting modern deep house as well as floor-smashing techno. As well as being a fine solo talent, Hideo works his magic with house legend Jerome Sydenham as Nagano Kitchen and counts the influential likes of Francois K amongst his fans. Right back in the late 80s Hideo was in Tokyo discovering the enfolding world of clubs and dance music. Now he ...
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Maya is a gripping podcast that takes listeners into the world of Maya, a determined and relentless female police officer who confronts the darkest corners of society to solve some of the most complex and harrowing cases. As she navigates through the treacherous terrain of drug cartels, human trafficking, and corruption within the system, Maya's pursuit of truth and justice pushes her to her limits and challenges her in ways she never imagined. This is a compelling podcast that explores the ...
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This podcast is dedicated to Italian art and culture to increase in joy and leisure your knowledge about the wonders of Italy, and get to know the hidden aspects of its huge cultural heritage. Enjoy pills of history, legends and much more. Hosted by Elisa Colangeli, engineer and figurative artist.
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Code Rush

Jay George, Rob de Kort

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A regular podcast about the challenges of front-end design & development in a fast-moving industry, with Jay George and Rob de Kort. We chat about industry news, workflow, favourite software, and everything else related to designing and developing websites.
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A podcast dedicated to The Sopranos; this time focusing on the wildest theories, the hidden conspiracies, the supernatural, the deeper symbolism, eggsistentialism and of course the sacred AND propane. Some people like The Sopranos with some pulp, others with no pulp. This, is for hardcore gabagooligans, this is WITH PULP. Hosted by Crado Sprano (Twitter: @uncle_june)
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Murders & Martinis

Madison Slater & Kristina Terrault

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We’re talking murder. We’re talking true crime. We’re talking paranormal. With a twist, literally. Murders & Martinis is a true crime podcast that covers all things dark and spooky hosted by two gals who enjoy gruesome chats over a strong drink. Pour yourself your favourite cocktail and stay a while!
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🇹🇭 Podcast about People in Thailand We keep it simple and discuss 3 MAIN Points: 1. What did you do before Thailand? 2. What brought you to Thailand? 3. What are you doing in Thailand? 🍄 Subscribe to this channel for New Podcasts EVERY TUESDAY 🛥️OUR SPONSOR ▸ 5 STAR MARINE INSTAGRAM | https://www.instagram.com/5starmarinephuket/ ▸ 5 STAR MARINE WEBSITE | https://5starmarinephuket.com/
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“The Ron Greenwald Show” is a podcast and professional forum for all of those who dedicate themselves to - and work on behalf of - older adults, to hear and share stories of value. Join Ron Greenwald for compelling conversations aimed at all aspects of the business and hear from those on the front lines first-hand. For those operating in this field, it is chock full of educational, monetary, and practical value. An essential must-listen.
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Do you feel most alive when exploring new parts of the world? Do you want to travel more, connect with like-minded individuals, and live the life of your dreams? If so, you've come to the right place! Hosted by global nomad, Kim Anderson, Design Her Travel inspires you to live the life of your dreams and incorporate more travel into your daily life. Each week you'll discover travel tips and tales from individuals doing just that. Whether you're dreaming of taking your first trip or an experi ...
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Recommended by Decanter Magazine who call The Wine Pair Podcast fun, irreverent, chatty, and entertaining! In each episode, husband and wife team Joe and Carmela learn about, taste, and give our honest review of three wines that are reasonably priced - meaning under $20 each - and easy to find. Our podcast is made for people who want to learn more about wine, find new wines to enjoy, and just want someone to talk about wine in a fun and funny way that regular people can understand. So, if th ...
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Get set for your next trip to Europe by joining writer and lover of European travel Scott Hartbeck on a grand tour of the continent, celebrating all the great things to eat, drink, and do while you’re there. Expect plenty of travel tips and inspiration as Scott explores a wide range of European destinations—from the iconic to the underrated—alongside local experts and globetrotting friends. Scott has been going to Europe for nearly 20 years and, in addition to collecting an abundance of stor ...
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When we say hidden gem, we are not kidding! When people think of Spanish red wines, they immediately think of Rioja, but don’t sleep on Priorat. Hailing from the Catalonia area of Spain, Priorat is a Grenache-based red wine blend that completely blew away our expectations! Rich, complex, and oh so drinkable, this is a wine that deserves a lot more …
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Why and how local coffee bars in Italy--those distinctively Italian social and cultural spaces--have been increasingly managed by Chinese baristas since the Great Recession of 2008? Italians regard espresso as a quintessentially Italian cultural product--so much so that Italy has applied to add Italian espresso to UNESCO's official list of intangib…
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Dive into this enlightening discussion with Dr. Laura and Mark, who reveal how thoughtful home adaptations can transform the life of seniors. They disclose hacks to give your home that 'senior-friendly' boost and how these small changes can have a monumental impact on the independence and quality of life of the aging ones. It's time to adapt and ov…
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The Simple Art of Rice: Recipes from Around the World for the Heart of Your Table (Flatiron Books, 2023) is a cookbook celebrating the versatility of this grain. Its recipes are rooted in many cultures from around the globe, including Asia, Europe, Africa, and the Americas. Award-winning author Chef JJ Johnson, along with Danica Novgorodoff, produc…
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This week on the Everything Actioncast, Zach and Chris head into the post-apocalypse (?) of 1979's Max Max to celebrate the 45th anniversary of George Miller's classic. Miller's debut film, Mad Max is set in a dystopian Australia on the brink of societal collapse. Mel Gibson stars as Max Rockatansky, one of the few remaining police officers trying …
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Sardinia is Italy's second largest island and remowned for incredible beaches and a deep and ancient culture. Beloved by Europeans, it is not as well visited by English speaking travelers who miss out on wonderful scenery, hyper local experiences, delicious food and wine and much more. Read the full episode show notes here > untolditaly.com/219 Sup…
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In this captivating episode, we embark on a journey through Venice's rich artistic heritage with the incomparable professional guide, Monica Gambarotto. Join us as we unravel the intricate history of Venice's artisans, delve into the concept of "Made in Venice," and uncover the fascinating world of guilds that shaped the city's identity. Key Notes:…
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Welcome to another enlightening episode of our weekly travel talk series! This week, we're delving into the realm of slow travel, exploring its nuances, and uncovering whether it aligns with your travel goals and lifestyle. Join us as we unravel the essence of slow travel, discussing its definition, the myriad of pros and cons, and ultimately, whet…
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Scott is joined by travel writer Joana Taborda to talk about the fun of exploring her home country of Portugal by rail and to discuss some of her favorite Portuguese travel destinations. Then, Joana shares some tips for making the most of your time in Lisbon, including advice on craft breweries, scenic overlooks and the best month to visit. Show no…
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Welcome to Episode One of our Accommodation Series! 🎉 This week, we're diving into the exciting world of house-sitting with our fabulous guest, Angela Laws. Angela is not only a representative of Trusted Housesitters but also an experienced pet and house sitter herself, bringing a wealth of firsthand knowledge to the table. Join us as Angela spills…
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Experience the vibrant journey of Heinrich Badenhorst, a seasoned marketing specialist and the visionary director behind NewMadic Media, nestled in the heart of Phuket, Thailand. Born and bred in Pretoria, South Africa, Hans embarked on an exhilarating odyssey after university, immersing himself in diverse cultures through teaching English, fortifi…
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As I sat down with the delightful Pearl, an 85-year-young dynamo, her eyes sparkled with the same zest for life that would put any youngster to shame. Our conversation, a kaleidoscope of her life's vibrant hues, sweeps us from the innocence of childhood dress-up to her 64-year symphony of love with her husband, Bob, offering a treasure trove of wis…
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In 1949, a young boy began experiencing paranormal phenomenon that he couldn’t explain. What began as a haunting quickly escalated to a nightmare of daily exorcisms in a terrifying encounter that would go on to inspire a book and movie about the incident. Today, we discuss the true story behind The Exorcist. If you'd like to listen to past mysterie…
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Pinot Noir can be a polarizing wine - some people love it, and some people just don’t get it. We think that happens for a few reasons. First, most wine drinkers have been trained to think that wines are supposed to taste like Cabernet Sauvignon - big, fruit forward, high in alcohol, and very tannic. Which is just not what a great Pinot tastes like.…
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This week on the Everything Actioncast, Zach and Chris pull out some 2x4s and deal out some vigilante justice to talk about 2004's Walking Tall, which just celebrated its 20th anniversary. Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson stars as Chris Vaughn, a Special Forces soldier who returns to his hometown in hopes of working at the town's cedar mill like his fathe…
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Health Apps, Genetic Diets and Superfoods: When Biopolitics Meets Neoliberalism (Bloomsbury, 2023) critically examines contemporary health and wellness culture through the lens of personalization, genetification and functional foods. These developments have had a significant impact on the intersecting categories of gender, race, and class in light …
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Learning some Italian for your trip is a very good idea but how hard is it to learn Italian? No matter your age or experience, if you're prepared to make a commitment to your learning then Italian is one of the easier languages to learn. Join Italian language coach Monica Cazzamani Bona from Su Misura as she shares how to learn Italian the way that…
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Embark on a poignant journey through Venice's wartime past in this special episode. Join us as we sit down with Giulio Bobbo, an esteemed member of Iveser, to explore the profound significance of Stolpersteine and unravel the hidden narratives of World War II in Venice. - Revealing Remembrance: Discover the role of Stolpersteine in preserving the m…
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Welcome to another exciting episode of our Thursday Travel Talk series! This week, host Kim Anderson delves into the topic of playing tourists in your own home country or town. She shares insightful perspectives on how travel doesn't always require a grand adventure overseas; sometimes, the most enriching experiences can be found right in our backy…
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Embark on a whimsical adventure as we unveil the hidden gems of Disney with our special guests, Kevin and Amanda, the masterminds behind Where in the Park scavenger hunt game packs. Use the code "dislove10" to save 10% on your order through the link above. Turn your next theme park visit into an extraordinary quest as we share the inception and blo…
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As an ethnography of a Japanese dairy farm while having theoretical values going beyond the specific context, Hokkaido Dairy Farm: Cosmopolitics of Otherness and Security on the Frontiers of Japan (SUNY Press, 2024) offers a historical and ethnographic examination of the rapid industrialization of the dairy industry in Tokachi, Hokkaido. The book b…
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Welcome to another inspiring episode as we sit down with the delightful Valentina Merico, a digital nomad and Italian language teacher who embarked on a remarkable journey through her homeland. After spending several years in SE Asia, Valentina felt the pull to return home and decided to embrace her inner adventurer and explore Italy in a whole new…
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Jack McDade joins us to talk about his brand new Radical Design Course. The three of us are all going to Flat Camp EU and it is just around the corner. Statamic will get a major version update soon and it contains some pretty exciting new features and enhancements. Lastly, there’s a very generous discount code for Radical Design in this episode as …
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When the golden years come knocking, some wait for the inevitable, while others, like sisters Marci and Kathy, seize them with both hands and a plan. Their journey to Scripps Glen, a senior retirement community in San Diego, is a testament to the power of proactive aging – a move that's not about winding down, but rather about gearing up for an act…
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The Old Arnold Estate: Due to its truly haunting nature, it has become the starting point to an entire film Universe. They say The Conjuring is “based on a true story”, but what is the true story? Today, we dive into the ghostly history of The Conjuring House. Sensitive topics: violence, sexual assault. If you'd like to listen to past mysteries we …
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Believe it or not, 73% of the wine purchased in the United States is sold for less than $8. So, there are a LOT of people drinking those wines! But they don’t often get reviews, and so we thought we would take some time to taste and review some value wines to see just how different they are from slightly more expensive wines. The results: one of th…
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In Boardinghouse Women: How Southern Keepers, Cooks, Nurses, Widows, and Runaways Shaped Modern America (UNC Press, 2023), Elizabeth Engelhardt argues that modern American food, business, caretaking, politics, sex, travel, writing, and restaurants all owe a debt to boardinghouse women in the South. From the eighteenth century well into the twentiet…
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For decades now, we’ve all heard the refrain – we are in a war against obesity, with perhaps the most important battle being fought over the health of our children. What better place could there be to defeat the enemy of obesity than our schools, where children are fed and educated and educated about being fed on a daily basis? But how did we come …
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This week on the Everything Actioncast, Zach and Chris head to the Florida Keys and visit The Road House to talk about Doug Liman's reimagining of the cult 80s classic Road House. Jake Gyllenhaal stars as Elwood Dalton, a disgraced UFC fighter who takes a job bouncing for The Road House bar in the Florida Keys community of Glass Key. Dalton soon le…
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Wishing you a very happy Easter. In this short update we share our best resources for planning your trip to Italy if you've set aside some time to do that over the weekend Our website - untolditaly.com - 100s of useful and FREE articles and podcasts to help you plan your trip Our community - Italy Travel Planning (Facebook) - fellow travelers answe…
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Step into the timeless world of craftsmanship and heritage as we sit down with Eleonora Menegazzo from Mario Berta Battiloro in Venice, the last remaining gold beater in Europe. In this captivating episode, we unravel the intricate art of beating gold, an age-old tradition that resonates with history and culture. A Vanishing Craft: Join us as we de…
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What defines cooking as cooking, and why does cooking matter to the understanding of society, cultural change and everyday life? Bigger Fish to Fry: A Theory of Cooking as Risk, with Greek Examples (Berghahn, 2021) by Dr. David E. Sutton explores these questions by proposing a new theory of the meaning of cooking as a willingness to put oneself and…
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Join us on today's Travel Talk episode as we tackle the age-old question: Is travel safe? In this episode, we dive deep into the safety spectrum of globetrotting, drawing insights from Thor Pederson's incredible ten-year quest, Once Upon a Saga, to visit every country without flying and your host, Kim Anderson's personal experiences on the road. We…
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Pat Divilly, a renowned high-performance coach, breathwork teacher, and acclaimed author of Fit Mind, traces his journey from his roots in Ireland, where his passion for fitness ignited during his formative years, imbuing him with unwavering confidence. From the moment he stepped into the gym at fifteen, he knew it was his destined path. After honi…
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Scott is joined by Gábor Bánfalvi from Taste Hungary for a fun dive into the Hungarian wine scene. After a whirlwind tour of some of Hungary's best wine regions and grapes, Gábor gives some personal tips for experiencing the capital Budapest. Show notes & links to places discussed can be found here: http://www.railsalesoldtowns.com/ep11. Follow @ra…
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Join us in this gripping second installment of the podcast, where we continue the extraordinary tale of Thor Pedersen, the amazing adventurer who set out to visit every country on Earth in one continuous journey without flying. What began as a four-year journey to a nearly decade-long quest, Thor's story is nothing short of awe-inspiring. In this e…
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For almost 2 decades Italy was haunted by their own Jack the Ripper. While multiple people were arrested for the murders, it is still unclear today who exactly murdered 16 innocent people. Today we uncover the disturbing crimes of the Monster of Florence. Sensitive topics: graphic descriptions of violence/death, sexual assault. If you'd like to lis…
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Bordeaux is home to some of the most famous - and most expensive - wines in the world. But can you find a great wine at a great price?!? You can!!! There is no reason to spend more than $20 a bottle to find highly rated and very enjoyable wines from this classic region. In this episode, we focus on Left Bank wines, and we bring that up because Bord…
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To celebrate the release of the new Road House on Amazon this week, Chris, along with special guests Justin and Addam watched the original 1989 Road House for the latest Everything Action Commentary. Starring Patrick Swayze as America's greatest bouncer, Dalton, he's hired to try and clean up the Double Deuce, a bar where "they sweep up the eyeball…
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If it is your first visit or your fifth, exploring Rome is one of life's great pleasures. In this episode learn what experiences to seek out when you visit the Eternal City. Not necessarily a list of bucket list items but ways to immerse yourself in one of the world's greatest cities. These are the things host Katy does each time she's in Rome. Rea…
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Join us for a lively chat as we uncover the intriguing story behind Garance & Marion, an unconventional art gallery nestled in the heart of Venice. Delve into the world of graphic arts - from intricate illustrations to captivating typography, exquisite drawings, paintings, engravings, and innovative printing techniques. Artistic Haven: Explore a un…
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