Liguria

Triora: The Village of Witches

In the Ligurian hinterland, in the province of Imperia, at 765 meters above the valley of the Argentina stream, there is the small village of Triora, a historically very important place from a strategic, military and religious point of view. Located on the border of Piedmont, it had five fortresses, accessible through seven gates and …

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Mary and Percy Shelley in the Gulf of Poets

Mary and Percy Shelley, famous for their libertarian aspirations and their unconventionality, met by chance and became lovers very quickly. He, poet and baronet, was already married with two children, and she was the young and intelligent daughter of a well-known feminist and an anarchist philosopher. Mary and Percy Shelley In 1814, they decided to …

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