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THE MAP

The map is considered to be a masterpiece of 18th century cartography. The map which is on a scale of 1:3.808, is formed by 35

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Suon suarè

It is not uncommon for, without warning, in a crowded street, at an airport, or in a shopping place, the gazes of two strangers to

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SUMMERTIME

It was a cloche hat, delicately crafted from hemp knit, with a grosgrain ribbon and a matching flower. It spoke of warm and distant places,

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Peppeniello and Me

“My existence has always been an oxymoronic symphony, a dance of unresolved contradictions. If I were to pause and gaze with the curiosity of an

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Otium Life style

«O Meliboee, deus nobis haec otia fecit»“O Meliboeus, a god has granted us this leisure.”Virgile, Bucolics There are stories of mathematical models, romantically imprecise, that

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Naples Impermanence

In the intricate weave of human understanding, it is common for us to turn to an external viewpoint in order to gain a critical perspective.

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My Invisibles

No, in the sense that I used to have a job in Naples too, normal work of my own, like everyone, I was working there.

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The soul of objects

“Objects have the ability to plant themselves in the soul and then tell the soul what to do” wrote Bruce Chatwin. The writer of The Songlines was

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The Panama: Vampires, Cocoa and Roosevelt

The image of a Panama hat is indisputably recognized around the world. It is one of the few things that transcends a style or a trend, which can be seen on runways as well as on farmers, it is a symbol of both class and functionality and ubiquitous in all romantic narratives of travel and exploration. The hat is more than apparel; it tells the story of centuries of adventure, politics, art, elegance and labour.

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