Scuola Leonardo da Vinci ® - École d'italien en Italie

Scuola Leonardo da Vinci ® - École d'italien en Italie

Apprendre l'italien en Italie, à Florence, Milan, Rome, Turin et Viareggio
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  1. The Japanese term "Sakura” refers to the blossoming of cherry trees: more specifically how when cherry trees start to bloom, their branches become filled with beautiful pink or white flowers. This event symbolically recalls Japanese philosophies linked to the intentional practice of patience, respect for nature, and through these actions the attainment of inner peace. In fact in Japan, Sakura is a national symbol not only of beauty, but also of rebirth and new life as it marks the beginning of spring after the cold months of winter. Every year, millions of people gather in parks and gardens to observe, […]

    The post Sakura: From the Rising Sun to Rome! appeared first on Blog of Leonardo da Vinci ;).

  2. In Piedmont there is a very special red wine called Ruchè which is produced in only municipalities located in the area surrounding Castagnole Monferrato. With a medium-structured and generous flavour and with an annual production of about seven hundred thousand bottles, it can be considered a niche product. Although this vine already existed in medieval times, it has only recently been rediscovered and fully appreciated. Its name apparently comes from the Piedmontese rincet, which indicated a disease that attacked the vines of the area at the end of the nineteenth century and from which only Ruchè managed to survive. According […]

    The post Ruchè from Castagnole Monferrato and the beautiful village of Montemagno appeared first on Blog of Leonardo da Vinci ;).

  3. Summer is just around the corner, and we couldn't be more excited to announce the reopening of our Italian language school in the sunny paradise of Viareggio! As the temperatures rise and the days grow longer, there's no better time to embark on a language-learning adventure in one of Italy's most enchanting coastal towns. Here's why you won't want to miss out on joining us for the summer season: Don't miss your chance to make this summer one to remember by joining us at the Scuola Leonardo da Vinci Viareggio Whether you're a complete beginner or looking to brush up […]

    The post Get ready to dive into Italian summer fun: our school in Viareggio reopens on May 6th! appeared first on Blog of Leonardo da Vinci ;).

  4. In traditionally Catholic countries, Easter is considered the most important celebration of the year and, by coinciding with the time of transition from winter to spring and the arrival of the first fine, sunny days, it represents a period of happiness and light-heartedness. Until the end of the nineteenth century, when religious practices were more rigorous and severe, the period of Lent (the 40 days preceding Easter) was lived in a particularly austere way, with many sacrifices and prohibitions. For example, meat, fish, sweets and alcohol were not allowed, and there was an absolute ban on having intercourse with one's […]

    The post Why do we say ‘as happy as Easter’?  appeared first on Blog of Leonardo da Vinci ;).

  5. Do you have Italian origins? Are you willing to learn more about your Italian roots? Choose Scuola Leonardo da Vinci’s “Discover your origins” course! Nearly 30 million migrants left Italy between 1861 and 1985. The majority of them left in the decades following the Unification of Italy, during the so-called "great emigration" (1876-1915). Entire towns saw their population halved in the decade between the 1800s and 1900s: many Italian families moved to North America and South America (around 600.000 Italians are currently living in Brazil!), but also in Europe, to neighbouring Switzerland, France, Germany and the United Kingdom. There is […]

    The post Discover your origins - the program develops for generations of Italian immigrants willing to know about their Italian origins appeared first on Blog of Leonardo da Vinci ;).


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