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Nov 23-24, 2020    Rome, Italy

International conference on Gastro

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Conference Venue: Rome Metropolitan city of Rome,Italy
Rome,Italy
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Rome,Italy is one of the most popular destinations in Europe for travelers. From the Dolomite and Apennine Mountains to the Italian Riviera, Italy offers something for every taste.
Capture the essence of ancient Rome with a tour of the Colosseum, currently being restored to new glory, and the Forum. Step inside the Borghese Gallery to view masterpieces by Bernini, Titian, Caravaggio, and other major artists. Plus, a day at the Vatican showcases St. Peter’s Basilica and the Sistine Chapel and Vatican Museums, featuring works by Michelangelo.

Discover the arts, churches, and unique ambiance and history of these regions. Experience the scenic town and cathedral of Oriento and view Giotto’s priceless frescoes in the basilica at Assisi. See how the traditions of hand-painted Majolica ceramics continue today in Deruta. Stop in San Gimignano, famous for its medieval watchtowers that once guarded the town, many of which still pierce the sky. Walk along the medieval streets of ochre-colored Siena to explore the fan-shaped Campo and visit the Duomo with art by Michelangelo and Donatello.

As cliché as it may sound, no trip to Italy is complete without a stop in Rome. So much of not only Italy's history but that of the world can be traced to ancient Rome. Get a feel for the way the emperor's lived and see the famous Colosseum. Christians and non-Christians alike visit the Vatican to see St. Peter's Basilica and the Sistine Chapel while hoping to get glimpse of the Pope himself.

The city of Venice was designed to face the water, not the streets of the city. Some of the best views of Venice are from the sea. However, no one should go to Venice without traversing the city in a gondola. Inland from Venice to the north and to the west are Milan and Florence.

Milan is the largest city in Italy and is full of bustling, big city atmosphere, but there is one must-see attraction there. The church of Santa Maria Della Grazie has on display what may be the greatest painting of the Renaissance – The Last Supper by Leonardo da Vinci.

Florence is famous for the part it played in starting the Renaissance period and has been home to Michelangelo's David for over 500 years..

Why Italy?

Italy is one of the most popular destinations in Europe for travelers. From the Dolomite and Apennine Mountains to the Italian Riviera, Italy offers something for every taste.
Capture the essence of ancient Rome with a tour of the Colosseum, currently being restored to new glory, and the Forum. Step inside the Borghese Gallery to view masterpieces by Bernini, Titian, Caravaggio, and other major artists. Plus, a day at the Vatican showcases St. Peter’s Basilica and the Sistine Chapel and Vatican Museums, featuring works by Michelangelo and Raphael.

Discover the arts, churches, and unique ambiance and history of these regions. Experience the scenic town and cathedral of Oriento and view Giotto’s priceless frescoes in the basilica at Assisi. See how the traditions of hand-painted Majolica ceramics continue today in Deruta. Stop in San Gimignano, famous for its medieval watchtowers that once guarded the town, many of which still pierce the sky. Walk along the medieval streets of ochre-colored Siena to explore the fan-shaped Campo and visit the Duomo with art by Michelangelo and Donatello.

Some key facts about Italy!

 1.Rome its capital city was founded in 753BC.

 2.The currency is the Euro. Prior to 2001 it was the Italian Lira

 3. Religion is predominantly Christian (Roman Catholics 90%)

 4.More than 98% of Italian’s can read and write.

 5.Italians eat spaghetti only with a fork

 6.The official language is Italian as well as German and in some regions in Northern Italy.

 7. Mozzarella: Italian cheese balls, originally made from buffalo milk.

 

 


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