Posts Tagged ‘Tempi Connessi’

The magic of the past with its thousand facets comes back to show itself in a place where the time has preserved untouched its fascination. A medieval village, rich in traditions, art and architecture as Teggiano, of great historic and urban interest, deserves a careful visit. During the centuries, the center has...

As the remains of the megalithic walls of the IV century BC testify, Atena Lucana is one of the oldest settlements of Vallo di Diano. The presence of the caves proves an even prehistoric period. It was founded by the Pelasgians with the name of Larissa, which means fortress. Of this constitution, it is still visible...

The cuisine of Vallo di Diano is simple, has ancient agricultural origins and its tastes, strong and firm, hide ancient legends and traditions. In the families of shepherds and farmers, they usually prepared the hot dish for the dinner when they went back from the country. Specific dishes were destined to the...

The tenth edition of Luci d’Artista (Artist’s Lights) has been inaugurated, the event that every year attracts in the city of Campania, from every part of Italy and from abroad, hundreds of thousands of tourists. Luci d’Artista is a show of lights, installed from November until January in Salerno in the streets, in the...

Tempi Connessi (Connecting Times) is an innovative idea for the management of the national cultural and artistic heritage, through the use of advanced technological solutions. Tempi Connessi is an innovative idea for the Cultural Heritage management. However, what do we mean for ‘innovative’? Connecting Times aims at...

The village where the natural beauties of the landscapes coexist in harmony with the fascination of culture, history and tradition. Until today, it is unknown with absolute certainty who the real founders of Rheginna Maior (Maiori) are. On the birth of this pearl of the Amalfi Coast several hypothesis have been...

Have you ever wonder when and where the mozzarella is born? ‘…milk head, fresh butter, flowered ricottas, fresh mozzarellas and milk snow…’ Being the mozzarella a typical product of Campania, the common thought makes us believe that it is born in Campania! Nevertheless, we discover that the things have not exactly...

The Diocesan Museum of the Cathedral of Salerno, important point of reference for the knowledge of the history and culture of Campania from the Middle Ages to the XVIII century, stays, along with the library and the diocesan archive, in the old ex-archbishop’s seminary, occupied until the Eighties of the last century...