• The Savoy Castle in Gressoney Saint-Jean

    While the Aosta Valley is one of the smallest regions in Italy, it is rich in heritage as the Savoy Castle, an interesting historical building, clearly demonstrates. The castle is located deep in the Gressoney-Saint-Jean valley, a much appreciated place by Margherita di Savoia, the first queen of Italy.   Read More

  • The Rotunda of Thessaloniki: a prickly debate

    Dr Christina Aamodt is a Greek archaeologist. She studied Prehistoric Archaeology in the UK, where she received her PhD in 2006. She has worked on a number of projects around Greece, including rescue excavations and preservation projects, such as the conservation of the agora of the Hellenistic site of Pella and that of the ancient …   Read More

  • Greece Wildfires 2021: Climate change or Athens calling for better government?

    Dr. Guendalina DM Taietti has a PhD in Classics and Ancient History from the University of Liverpool (UK). Her research focusses on Ancient Macedon, Animals and Vegetarianism in Antiquity (Greece and China), and Ancient and Modern Greek Receptions of Alexander the Great. She is passionate about teaching and making Classics accessible to the wider public …   Read More

  • The Zambian Tonga People

    Innocent Malambo is a Zambian tour operator based in Livingstone where he also manages his company, Nekacheya Travel. Innocent is passionate about African culture and, thanks to his job, disseminates his knowledge and the beauty of his country with many tourists who visit Zambia.   Read More

  • Midsummer – Saint John’s Feast in Ireland

    THC-GUEST-blog is back! Today we host Dr Tiziana Soverino. Tiziana holds a PhD in Early Irish and Irish Folklore from University College Dublin (UCD) – Ireland. She is currently based in Dublin, where she teaches Folklore at Crumlin College of Further Education. Tiziana has published her research in journals such as Folklore and Estudios Irlandeses. …   Read More

  • ASPROMONTE: A Living Space

    THC-GUEST-blog is back! Today we are very happy to host Mr Freedom Pentimalli. Mr Freedom Pentimalli is an Italian literary translator, an expert in Modern Greek, Spanish and South American literature and a qualified hiking guide working in Aspromonte and Greece. Freedom is also actively involved in a project to revitalise Greko, a minority language …   Read More

  • Cultural Heritage & Emotional Sharing

    THC-BLOG today turns into THC-GUEST-BLOG! We welcome our guest Meg Pier. Meg Pier is founder and editor of People Are Culture and Best Cultural Destinations. She has been engaged in telling people’s stories for more than 30 years. An award-winning professional with a progressive career blending expertise in writing, editing, interviewing, public relations and brand …   Read More

  • Local Travelers and Agriturismo

    Written by Dr Barbara Mordà: The Coronavirus has been challenging the world since the beginning of 2020. Unprecedented restrictions resulted in international travel bans affecting over 90% of the world population, disrupting the tourism sector and world economy. As a consequence of the lockdown, many people were more eager than ever to travel, but due …   Read More

  • The Azure Window: To Rebuild or Not To Rebuild?

    Written by Dr Barbara Mordà: Today, I want to discuss a controversial topic linked to the sad event of the collapse of the natural rock formation called the Azure Window of Malta, an iconic landmark on the Island of Gozo. I have been following this issue since it happened and I think it can be …   Read More

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