Scuola Leonardo da Vinci ® - イタリア語学校

Scuola Leonardo da Vinci ® - イタリア語学校



Scuola Leonardo da Vinci ®

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  1. One of our most popular programs is about to start: from February 14th to June 17th join our "Gap Semester" Why take a "Gap Semester" in Italy?Spending 16 weeks in Italy working on your language skills means you'll have long enough time to become pretty advanced in the language as you work towards fluency. Even if you're a beginner, studying abroad is the fastest way to learn a language and you'll start to see improvements in a matter of weeks. Our "Gap Semester" program has everything students need: spend a few months in Italy for a full immersion in Italian […]

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  2. Whoever said laughter was the best medicine has obviously never tried shopping, especially in Milan and especially during the sales! As the Milan Fashion Week approaches, take advantage of the sales season to treat yourself to some shopping. Here’s a list of the most trendy areas to help you find your way around in the Italian Fashion Capital! Corso Vittorio Emanuele II Located right behind Piazza Duomo, Corso Vittorio Emanuele is one of the oldest streets in Milan. Between 1820 and 1830 the medieval houses were replaced by the more renowned buildings that we see today and the street soon […]

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  3. Every year on January 17, World Pizza Day is celebrated. Loved all over the world, Pizza is considered a complete food from a nutritional point of view and also capable of improving mood. After spaghetti, pizza is the most famous Italian dish in the world! Its history is long, complex and uncertain. The only certainty is that it was born in Naples. In the sixteenth century in Naples there was a crushed bread called il pizza which derives from the word pitta (a focaccia prepared with the bread dough) The origin of Pizza Margherita The legend says that pizza was […]

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  4. New international recognition for the Uffizi Galleries in FlorenceAccording to the English magazine Timeout they are the "best museum in the world". A result that places the institution directed by Eike Schmidt before the Louvre and the MoMA (respectively in second and third position). Efforts and satisfactionSince Eike Schmidt took over the direction of the Uffizi in November 2015, transforming them into the international institution they now represent, this museum has climbed the preferences and rankings not only of tourists and enthusiasts but also of specialized cultural magazines and more. What has changed?The Uffizi has always housed one of the […]

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  5. There are two Christmas specialities that you will find in every Italian house at this time of year: Pandoro and / or Panettone. These two traditional cakes were created in the north of Italy: Panettone in Lombardy and Pandoro in Veneto and there's a legend about their invention. A cake at the court of "Ludovico il Moro" Legend has it that a certain Toni, a boy at the service of Ludovico il Moro in Milan, in order to save lunch on  Christmas Eve, replaced the cake burnt by the cook with an improvised dessert, mixing leavened bread with what he had […]

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