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05/09/2019, 10:00 am-6:00 pm9th edition of Giardini & Terrazzi, the event dedicated to greenery and outdoor living, in the Parco dei Giardini Margherita in Bologna, under the banner of optimism and novelty. More than 280 exhibitors are expected among producers and traders of plants and flowers, furniture and equipment for gardening, clothing, artistic craftsmanship, vintage, wellness, pet and products of the territories.
17/09/2019-19/09/2019Diverdeinverde is the event in Bologna that, one weekend a year, offers people the chance to visit the hidden gardens in the city centre and the parks in the foothills and surrounding plains. It is a special opportunity to discover the city from a different viewpoint, enjoy surprising corners and viewpoints, admire large trees and countless different species of plants and flowers, and appreciate both historic and more modern landscape architecture.
Diverdeinverde is going to open the gates and doors of 51 private and secret gardens from the afternoon of Friday, 17 May until the evening of Sunday, 19 May 2019.
You can download the English text of the program here: https://www.diverdeinverde.fondazionevillaghigi.it/wp-admin/post.php?post=3671&action=edit&lang=en
At this link, you can find the full program: https://www.diverdeinverde.fondazionevillaghigi.it/wp-admin/post.php?post=3608&action=edit
This year, once again, the cover photo was selected from the many photos sent to us by the visitors. It was taken by Aneta Malinowska, who we would like to thank again. It has now become a tradition and makes the event even more participatory, so please send your pictures shot during the event, preferably with good definition, to [email protected] We will post a few in the gallery on our website and we will select the 2020 cover page from all those we receive.
17/09/2019-19/09/2019NipPop is a non-profit cultural association, established in November 2013 from a project of the former School of Languages and Literatures, Translation and Interpretation of the University of Bologna , today Department of Modern Languages, Literatures and Cultures. The goal is to promote Japanese culture in a broader sense, with particular regard to areas such as literature, music, art, cinema, animation, manga and television.