All the articles by Fabrizio Vaghi on Finestre sull'Arte

Fabrizio, ingegnere di professione, viaggiatore per passione. Classe 1983, appassionato di videomaking, regista e attore teatrale, blogger per caso, con l'hobby del fai da te, divulgatore di cultura tramite le sue creazioni "Vaghi per il mondo" (sito web di viaggi e associazione culturale) e "Pronti Partenza...Via" (rubrica turistica dedicata all'Italia, all'arte, alla storia e agli approfondimenti), on-line su youtube.



CastellArquato: journey into the Middle Ages

CastellArquato: journey into the Middle Ages

The region is Emilia-Romagna, the province Piacenza, the scenery that of the Val DArda, the village: CastellArquato. Having geolocated the destination of this adventure, we can set out to discover it. We immediately find ourselves immersed in a medie...
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Dolceacqua: like a painting by Monet

Dolceacqua: like a painting by Monet

What does the great French painter Monet, an exponent of Impressionism, have to do with a quiet village in the Ligurian hinterland? It is a story as simple as it is fascinating, I will tell you in brief. Dolceacqua is a village in the province of ...
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Courmayeur and Mont Blanc

Courmayeur and Mont Blanc

In the collective imagination Courmayeur is, like many other mountain resorts such as Cortina dAmpezzo and Sankt Moritz, a winter resort destination to rely on to undertake high-altitude skiing. To dispel this myth, I wanted to visit and read up o...
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Conegliano: not only wines

Conegliano: not only wines

Naming Conegliano will most likely be a quick mental association with the famous Prosecco, a DOCG white wine produced on the hills of this locality in the province of Treviso, as well as in the other geographical area of Valdobbiadene. In fact, t...
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Fontanellato and the Sanvitale Fortress

Fontanellato and the Sanvitale Fortress

Fontanellato is a small town in the lower Parma area. It was surrounded by a moat, and at its center stands a castle, also surrounded by a moat, a sort of concentric circles of water, denoting the richness of the river basin of these lands purely for...
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Udine: un taj di chèl bon

Udine: un taj di chèl bon

What drives me to arm myself with a camera and shoot Italy documenting all its beautiful facets? The passion I have for reportage, a good preparation, propensity and lots and lots of patience. These are the ingredients that pushed me to create Pronti...
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Discovering Verona

Discovering Verona

Pronti Partenza Via, returns with its documentary series to show you and describe the most beautiful Italian cities darte. Verona is certainly one of the most visited and among the best known in the world, perhaps because of its name linked to the Sh...
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Discovering Parma

Discovering Parma

I want to tell you about a city known worldwide for its gastronomic products, but at the same time an Italian art city with a rich history and unique treasures, nestled in the placid Emilian plain on the banks of the river of the same name: Parma. ...
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