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Posted on Thursday, January 27, 2011 in Mens Clothing

Made Italy
Made Italy

Obviously are we talking about what those celebrities do for a living – and based on this, we also can figure out what makes them falling in love with Italy.

Actors for example: Italy has a great and wide ranged history in film making: the film industry in Italy started at the beginning of the 19th century mainly in Rome, Turin, Milan and Naples offering a good quality and becoming this way famous also abroad.

Cinecittà was the Italian heart of the movie productions and stars like Vittorio Gassmann, Marcello Mastroianni, Claudia Cardinale, Sophia Loren were born.

During the last years there were many international films which were made in Italy like Anthony Minghella’s “The Talented Mr. Ripley” with Hollywood stars like Gwyneth Paltrow, Jude Law, Cata Blanchett and Matt Damon which was registered mainly in Rome and on the Amalfi Coast. Or “Tea with Mussolini” in 1999, which was a semi-autobiographical film by Franco Zefirelli with the international singer and actress Cher in the female main part taking place in Florence and San Gimignano.

There would be an endless list to complete if we would go deeper into the topic, but what the actual question in this article is about: might that be the reason why so many international film stars fell in love with Italy? Many of them even decided to buy a home in the Belpaese – take the most famous example George Clooney who bought Villa Oleandra in Laglio, Lake Como in 2002 and who from then on very often has hilarious guests like his friend Brad Pitt, just to name one of them.

Or Woody Allen who owns a home in Venice together with his wife Soon-Yi? It seems that Italy has something very special to offer to the big stars of the international cinema world, both, for having a home or for only going on vacation.

The most desired destinations of the movie stars are Rome, Florence, Tuscany the entire region because of the beauty of its landscapes and obviously the great wines, Positano, Capri and the rest of the Amalfi Coast as being the classical jet set destination and Portofino for who likes it beautiful, nice and cozy but not overcrowded.

Margit Holzer is an international expert for the travel industry. With a degree in Economics and being a multilingual tourism expert, she is now the CEO for Contact her on her mail for any kind of question regarding travelling, accommodation and tourism above all in Italy.

I have a scandalli accordion the model# 153/59 and made in Italy r hand engraved on the back what yr is it?

I would like to know what year the accordion is from, what the model #
means if it has a special meaning, and an estimate of how much it could
be worth if it were in full working condition, which it is not, but I hope to get
it repaired. Thank you.

about the year, you could ask it to them:

about the worth, you could get an idea on Ebay or similar web-sites

Happy New Year!

Ricchi & Poveri – Made in Italy 1982

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