Category archives: Genoa



Article written by Giulia Calabrese, Susanna German, Caterina Marciano, Maddalena Grianti e Ilenia Marini - III E, Inst. Fripo Buonarroti, Genoa.

If you want to admire Genoa from another perspective, the Navebus boat, that leaves from Porto Antico and arrives in Pegli, is the perfect choice for you and your children. First of all, because it is...
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Article written by Aisha Lupi, Raisyte Rugile, Valentina Stach, Gaia Triminio, Annalisa Ottonello, Eleonora Sanguineti e Astrid Groppi - Inst. Firpo Buonarroti, III D, Genoa.

The Park of Antola is between the provinces of Genoa and Piacenza. This wonderful protected area in the middle of nature, between Alta Val Trebbia and Alta Valle Scrivia, offers tourists...
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Article written by Giulia Garofoli, Erika Principato, Andrea Urso, Erik Lena, Alessia Gatti and Gabriele Seva - students of Ist. Firpo Buonarroti in Genoa

Even this year, in the 105 Stadium in Genoa Sampierdarena, near the shopping centre Fiumara, SMACK! 2017 will take place, the 7th edition of the Comic Festival for children and adults. The...
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Genoa is a town between hills and sea, a labyrinth of large and narrow streets, slopes and descents, very tall buildings and hidden courtyards. And you never know what is waiting for you round the corner. Maybe a little church, a balcony full of geraniums or a majestic Doria’s palace. Having always been a sea...
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Genoa is a city where you can easily get aching feet. It smells of “the big wide world,” the Mediterranean is omnipresent and dominates everyday life. So it already was in 1451 as Christopher Columbus was born, just here in the city. Here he conceived his plan to explore the western route to India. Today...
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