Why the woodpecker is the symbol of the Marche?

Why the woodpecker is the symbol of the Marche?

When Marche, like all the other Italian regions, between the 70s and 90s had to choose a symbol for their emblem, the choice fell on the totemic animal, the Woodpecker, which according to legend guided the migration of the Piceno people in Marche.

Tasting and dinner in vigna

Tasting and dinner in vigna

Sunday 9 June, Marche Prelibate, in line with its philosophy of making known not only the culinary and productive tradition of the Marche region but also the history and culture of this territory, shared the 3rd stage of La Staffetta del Bianchello, organized by Association "Walking on your steps".

Walking with the "Bianchello Race"

Walking with the "Bianchello Race"

Get to know the Marche region in an original and experiential way by walking through the valleys of the territory, hosted by farms and wineries to discover history and culture through the tasting of wines and products.

 The Sativa Cannabis

The Sativa Cannabis

That of Canapa Sativa is an ancient culture widespread for its important technical and medicinal qualities, which until the beginning of the twentieth century saw Italy in second place as world producer.

Ancona: San Ciriaco’s Cathedral

Ancona: San Ciriaco’s Cathedral

From the top of a white stairway overlooking the sea of ​​the Riviera del Conero, you can see the Cathedral of San Ciriaco, patron saint of the city. Of Armenian origins, he was bishop of Jerusalem and martyr, right in Ancona, under the emperor Flavio Claudio Giuliano.

SPRING AIR

SPRING AIR

Spring is approaching! In Marche, the land has awoken and work in the countryside has started anew with the activity of those who live in contact with the natural environment and who observe the changing seasons.

OLIVE OIL

OLIVE OIL

The cultivation of the olive tree and the pressing of olives in the Marche region has very ancient origins.

Spelt: an ancient cereal on today's tables

Spelt: an ancient cereal on today's tables

Considered the most ancient cereal cultivated by man, as evidenced by archaeological discoveries that attribute it to Syria, Egypt and Mesopotamia, spelt has come to us by of the Romans, who wisely included it in their diet.

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