Do you believe it is possible to peer into our present, into the European world, and to see its errors and defects … through the past of the USA?
This summer the film Papillon debuted in European cinemas. A remake of the 1973 movie of the same name, it is directed by Michael Noer and inspired by the dramatic story of Henri Charrière, whose autobiography shook the entire world.
Turin, capital of Piedmont in the North of Italy. A city of art, with its marvellous Savoy residences built by the royal Savoy family, its great Piazzas, its museums. A city famous for football and the FIAT logo. However, Turin also has a hidden side unknown to many, linked to magic and ancient pagan beliefs.
People are preparing to celebrate Easter all over the world. Let’s see what is happening in Italy.
Christmas is one of the most adored holidays by both children and adults, as well as one of the most surprising, because it is celebrated differently all over the world. Let’s take a look at the Italian Peninsula.
Rome, Venice, Florence, Milan… Italy is famous for its marvellous cities, monuments and works of art. However, tourists often focus their energy on exploring the greatest and most famous cities, such as Rome or Venice. This means that the slightly less famous cities, which are no less fascinating, almost inevitably go unnoticed. One example of this is the magical Turin, capital of Piedmont, in the northeast of Italy. The adjective ‘magical’ is hardly used at random…
‘No to the European Union.’ Ok, but what then? A nationalist renaissance? Political isolation and marginalisation? Stirring up hatred and closing borders? Anti-European movements are growing, not only in Great Britain, where Brexit taught us that everything is possible. This shows us that EU-scepticism represents a real threat to the basic values of our European coexistence.
With its newly approved “loi mannequin” France commits itself to combatting anorexia among models and teenagers. Will it have a significant impact on women’s health – or is it simply a futile attempt?
Skellig Michael, Ireland. Not many people know the history of this island, where legend seems to impose itself and to overcome present reality. Skellig Michael is the largest of the two Skellig Islands, located 17 kilometers from the Kerry coastline. A place where the ocean fully manifests its fearsome power, which makes the two islands almost inaccessible for the rest of the world.