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Name: Pontedera
Region: Tuscany
Country: Italy
Population: 19 518 inh.
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This week on "Sunday Morning": "By Design" (May 21) - CBS News

CBS News

This week on "Sunday Morning": "By Design" (May 21)
CBS News
The Vespa, the sporty Italian motorbike, is as much a fashion accessory as it is a set of wheels. Seth Doane visits the Vespa factory in Pontedera, Italy, and takes a trip through Rome with Annie Ojile, an American expat who started a Vespa tour ...

Viva Vespa! - CBS News

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Viva Vespa!
CBS News
When in Amsterdam, do as the Dutch do and ride a bike. When in Rome, on the other hand, do as Seth Doane does: The best way to see an ancient icon of Italy may be from the back of a far-more-modern one: A Vespa. Annie Ojile is a Minnesota native who, ...

The long road to Italian citizenship - Wanted in Rome

Wanted in Rome

The long road to Italian citizenship
Wanted in Rome
Not to mention the disrespect shown to prospective Italian citizens at least by staff at the citizenship office at the Rome prefecture, which has to be experienced to be believed. Citizenship applications must be ... Italian-born children receive ...

Piaggio shares drop amid fears Trump could slap tariffs on Vespas - The Local Italy

The Local Italy

Piaggio shares drop amid fears Trump could slap tariffs on Vespas
The Local Italy
Another Italian brand on the hit-list is San Pellegrino mineral water, which was bought by Nestlé in 1997, while France's Roquefort cheese might also affected by the tariff, the newspaper said. Between 15-20,000 Vespa scooters are produced for the ...

Entrepreneurship Opens The Door To Heritage and a Dual Life - L'Italo Americano (subscription) (blog)

L'Italo Americano (subscription) (blog)

Entrepreneurship Opens The Door To Heritage and a Dual Life
L'Italo Americano (subscription) (blog)
Santoro launched Travel Italian Style, a luxury small group tour operator, in January 2015. As Founder and CEO, Cassandra bills herself as a “personal trip planner and expert in slow-travel and authentic experiences throughout Italy.” The company leads ...

That's Amore: In search of Italy's most romantic spots - L'Italo Americano (subscription) (blog)

L'Italo Americano (subscription) (blog)

That's Amore: In search of Italy's most romantic spots
L'Italo Americano (subscription) (blog)
Travelling down into central Italy, we find a land of idyllic countryside and countless hilltop towns. You could stop and admire Spello or Gubbio in Umbria, or explore the beauties of Tuscany. A view of Florence at sunset is enough to melt the hardest ...

Getting ready for Carnival celebration in Italy - L'Italo Americano (subscription) (blog)

L'Italo Americano (subscription) (blog)

Getting ready for Carnival celebration in Italy
L'Italo Americano (subscription) (blog)
A highlight of travel to Italy in the first quarter of the year is Carnival Season or as they say Carnevale. Celebrations are held roughly 40 days before Easter which falls on March 31st this year. The biggest, most elaborate Carnevale celebration ...

Fair Verona lives on - L'Italo Americano (subscription) (blog)

L'Italo Americano (subscription) (blog)

Fair Verona lives on
L'Italo Americano (subscription) (blog)
Shakespeare's famous “Fair Verona” may have been the ideal setting for his story about the star-crossed lovers Romeo and Juliet, but modern Verona has become a city with a wonderful mixture of those historic elements and contemporary Italian culture.

Pienza: the perfect Tuscan hilltown - L'Italo Americano (subscription) (blog)

Pienza: the perfect Tuscan hilltown
L'Italo Americano (subscription) (blog)
Yes, Pienza is indeed a hilltown like the many hundreds more in Italy. Long ago in history, people built their towns on top of steep and often craggy hills, embankments or cliffs for defensive purposes. Pienza is also a defensive hilltown, complete ...

Italy's own Sword in the Stone. The legend of San Galgano - L'Italo Americano (subscription) (blog)

L'Italo Americano (subscription) (blog)

Italy's own Sword in the Stone. The legend of San Galgano
L'Italo Americano (subscription) (blog)
We all know the legend of King Arthur and the Sword in the stone. But what you might not know is that Italy has its own version. And you can find it in the small chapel of Montesiepi, a few km. from Siena, in Tuscany. A place of magic and myth that ...

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