Hilde Lotz-Bauer's photographs from 1930-1943 offer a unique perspective on Italy during that period. The opportunity to see 200 of her images in the Trastevere exhibition sounds like a wonderful experience, providing a glimpse into the magic of Scanno, Abruzzo and other Italian landscapes. Art has a special way of transporting us to different eras and immersing us in the beauty of the past.
Each first Sunday of the month, Abruzzo and Italian state museums and archaeological sites open their doors for free as part of ‘Domenica al Museo’. This is a fabulous, national wide initiative that allows you to explore and discover the history and treasures of Abruzzo without charge outside your transportation to the site.
Join the people of Colledimezzo on Friday 3rd February to celebrate the traditional feast of San Biagio. The day will include the blessing of the loaves (the typical colledimezzesi panettaille), the anointing/blessing of the throat, a tour of the traditional fair, music, as well as mass and the procession of the saint and a bargain 3-course lunch for just €15.