Italy TravelThe Italy Mix: Lesser Known Rome, Puglia Bread Artisans

The Italy Mix: Lesser Known Rome, Puglia Bread Artisans
Published on Wednesday, February 4, 2015 by

centrale-montemartiniThe Italy Mix is a weekly post about the most interesting Italy and Italy travel news and human interest stories around the Web. Here are our top picks for this week:

Lesser Known Rome:  This brief video gives travelers ideas of less famous places to visit in Rome including Centrale Montemartini where ancient artwork on display in a decommissioned power station. (The Telegraph)

Bread Artisans: Altamura in Puglia may produce some of Italy’s best bread and is worth a trip. (San Francisco Chronicle)

Eating in the Jewish Quarter: When you think of Italy during the holidays, what images come to mind?  (The Guardian)

Redipuglia Memorial:  The military shrine, completed in 1938, is said to be the largest World War I shrine in Italy. (Stars and Stripes)

By Kathy McCabe

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