Flavio Torella Baracchini

The Eagle of Lunigiana

Every year in mid-April, Flavio Torella Baracchini from Villafranca, described as a “skilled and daring pilot” in World War I, is remembered at a special ceremony in Villafranca.

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Beehives in Lunigiana

The best honey in Italy comes from Lunigiana

The honey from Lunigiana is the only honey in Italy to have its reputation legally protected by the European Community. Unaffected by pollution and produced using methods dating back centuries, the honey is particularly pure with a unique flavour.

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Welcome to Ciao Lunigiana

Welcome to Ciao Lunigiana

For the last two years, I have had a wonderful time learning all about the English-speaking bloggers in Italy over at italytutto.com I’ve followed some great blogs and made some good friends. Inspired by them, I thought I’d share my corner of Italy with you too.

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