52 Reasons to Love Sicily. #30. You'll be inspired by cultures colliding. Sicily's 3000 years of human history offers a fascinating tapestry of heritage. Even today, cultures mingle in the streets, as illustrated by this modern signpost in Palermo's Centro Storico written in Italian, Hebrew, and Arabic. It marks Via Lampionelli, the area where small, tin lanterns (called lampionelli) were hand crafted, bought, and sold for hundreds of years during which the neighborhood was an Arab quarter, then a Jewish quarter, and today, home to not only Sicilians and Italians, but also to South Asians, North Africans, and Middle Easterners. #52reasonstolovesicily #sicily #experiencesicily #palermo #languages #signpost #streetsign #multicultural #sicilia #siciliabedda #italy #italia #sicilyvacation #sicilians_world #ig_sicily #igerssicilia #instasicilia #gf_italy #siculamenteDoc #sicily_tricolors #ig_visitsicily #Sicilia_PhotoGroup #smallgrouptours #traveltogether #authenticsicily #smallgrouptoursitaly #whatsicilyis #viverlasicilia #sicilytour (at Palermo) https://www.instagram.com/p/CPCfYPaF81H/?utm_medium=tumblr
Ivan Zaytsev in action in the match against Poland during the 2014 World League. 😍💚🗡
Coming June 1 on Spotify and iTunes, my new play Patria del Cuore is a story about love, family, community, and wine, emphasizing the importance of being yourself with the support of others. Also, it’s no coincidence that it comes out on the start of gay pride month 💜
Ivan Zaytsev in the match against Iran during the 2014 FIVB World League. 😍💚🗡💪🏻
What everyone's houses looks like in my AU
America 🇺🇸, Japan 🇯🇵, Italy 🇮🇹, Canada 🇨🇦, England 🇬🇧, France 🇫🇷, China 🇨🇳, Russia 🇷🇺 and Germany 🇩🇪. It's a bit out of order but you can guess who owns what.
I’m doing homework but my fingers slipped whoops-
Charles Emmanuel I, Duke of Savoy.
I feel like we should talk more about how Holy Roman Empire’s main character trait was simping for Italy
Portrait of Carlo Emanuele I of Savoy on horseback.
Books – Review of Whereabouts by Jhumpa Lahiri – 2021 – Poignant & Inspiring Tale
Whereabouts by Jhumpa Lahiri – Book Cover Whereabouts by Jhumpa Lahiri – Book Review – Inspiring and Poignant Story My Rating – 4.5 out of 5 Plot Summary – Whereabouts Jhumpa Lahiri, the Pulitzer Prize winning novelist in 2000 for The Interpreter of Maladies, had written her first novel in Italian, in 2018 – Dove Mi Trovo (Where I Find Myself), and then translated it back to English in 2021 –…
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@ all the members of måneskin (if you’re not a member of måneskin keep scrolling):
i would like to propose the idea of you running me over with a truck... or maybe a fiat if that’s more your vibe
(i’m available all week)