Date un’occhiata a questo affascinante riassunto della storia di Arezzo girato dalle classi elementari V B e V C della scuola Aldo Moro di Arezzo (anno scolastico 2008/09). Il video è stato diretto da Francesco Faralli e gli studenti ci raccontano la storia di Arezzo, risale dall’epoca preistorica fino ai giorni nostri. È una presentazione divertente e creativa!
Take a look at this charming recap of Arezzo’s history filmed by the elementary school class of Aldo Moro of Arezzo (anno scolastico 2008/09). The kids fill us in on Arezzo’s historical past, dating all the way back to the prehistoric age up to the present day. It is a fun and creative presentation!
La storia di Arezzo from Francesco Faralli on Vimeo.
Questo è solo un piccolo assaggio di ciò che Arezzo offre! Se vi interessa vedere Arezzo per voi stessi unitevi a me a Arezzo il prossimo 1-12 settembre 2107 per un altro indimenticabile “Matta” programma.
This is just a small taste of what Arezzo offers. If you are interested in seeing Arezzo for yourselves join me in Arezzo next September 1-12 for another unforgettable “Matta” Language & Cultural experience.
In September 2016 I am teaming up with Paola Testi, the director of Cultura Italiana Arezzo Language School for 12 days and 11 nights of Italian Language Learning fun! During the mornings we will study at Cultura Italiana Arezzo Italian school, located in the historic center of Arezzo. During the afternoons we will participate in excursions in and around Arezzo, with teachers and guides from the school.
We will enjoy spending time in the delightful city where they filmed “Life is Beautiful” with Roberto Benigni. We will also be in Arezzo to experience the famous Giostra del Saracino – Arezzo’s jousting festival that occurs every year the first week of September and we will join the feasting at the long tables that are set up in the neighborhoods throughout the town.
The 2016 program will include excursions to Siena, Cortona, and Anghiari, plus cooking lessons with the delightful Lala in her home in the Tuscan countryside. We will stay in a delightful and charming B&B run that is built over the ruins of an Etruscan home, which you can still see preserved under the glass floor in the main entrance hall!
For more information and full itinerary and to make your booking click here!
Program includes Lodging for 12 days, 11 nights at Antiche Mura B&B, ALL BREAKFASTS & ALL DINNERS, 7 days of Italian Classes (28 hours language instruction), 1 Cooking Class, Participation in the Giostra del Saracino – the local jousting festival, Medieval Dinner Party – Propiziatorio del Saracino, Italian Movie Night, Wine Tasting Event, Visit to Basilica di San Francesco to see the paintings of Piero della Francesca, Visit Arezzo’s Antiquities Fair, Bus Excursion to Anghiari, Bus Excursion to Siena, Bus Excursion to Cortona, Opportunities to meet the locals and take your Italian language skills to the next level!
For more information click here!
Non vedo l’ora di sentirvi!
I look forward to hearing from you!
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