Umbria speaks of love in Berlin

Umbria speaks of love in Berlin

Here is why Umbria is so beloved by Germans

Marriage in Umbria, in the midst of art and history

The region of Umbria, the Green Heart of Italy, has moved and inspired writers across generations.

Johann Wolfgang Goethe, who arrived in Umbria in 1786 from Firenze and visited Perugia, Foligno, Assisi, Spoleto, and Terni, noted in his diary his impressions in each city, such as Perugia, the Temple of Minerva in Assisi, and the Ponte delle Torri in Spoleto…

Lord Byron, in turn, was impressed by the Marmore Falls, that he called “horribly beautiful.” Recently, it was discovered by Luca Tomìo, together with the art critic Vittorio Sgarbi, that this waterfall is the subject of a famous drawing by Leonardo da Vinci.

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The medieval city of Narni, and in particular the fascinating Narni Underground, was a source of inspiration for the famous series “The Chronicles of Narnia.”

A wedding in Umbria is perfect for those inspired by the words of the poets.

Weekend Romance in Umbria: Passion for Chocolate

Give her a kiss… made of chocolate. Umbria is a fantastic place for lovers of chocolate. The most famous of the Umbrian chocolates is the kiss, the Bacio Perugina. The development of which is contributed to three people. First, Luisa Spagnoli, daughter of a fishmonger and a housewife, created the chocolate with hazelnut, initially calling it “Cazzotto”, the Punch. It took the contributions of two others before it would be entered into the history books, and then become a legend. The first was Giovanni Buitoni, famous for his pasta, that decided to change the name of the creation to “Bacio Perugina.” The second was the company’s art director, Federico Seneca, that created the signature blue and silver wrapper with the inspirational message on the inside and the packaging with two lovers kissing that is inspired by the painting of Hayez titled “the Kiss.”

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The newest creation of Casa Perugina is the bar of chocolate called “Tabló,” which the company is using to promote the reconstruction of the village of Castelluccio in Norcia, a grand symbol of beauty in the heart of Italy. The promotion is an invitation to be immersed in the heart of Italian chocolate and encourage the rebirth of this Umbrian town that is in the the midst of the Mount Sibillini National Park, famous for the extraordinary annual spectacle of millions of blooming flowers.

Official Hashtag: #RinascitaCastelluccio

Green Wedding in the heart of Italy: The Umbrian Romance in Berlin

Enjoy a good Italian wine far from the frenetic noise of the city; forget the everyday routine by letting yourself become engrossed in local traditions; venture along the trails to reach incredible heights from which you can admire the breathtaking panoramas.

Umbria is the “Green Heart”of Italy: the unspoiled nature and vast landscapes make it an environmental destination without equal, and it has become a model of eco-friendly tourism. People come here to find a rhythm and equilibrium within themselves and with nature.

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The rugged Apennine hills, fertile ground for the infinite expanses of vineyards and olive groves that climb along their slopes, are interspersed with mountain ranges and natural parks, up until they end in the lakes of Bolsena and Trasimeno, whose romantic sunsets capture the beauty of the castle on the island of Polvese. The clamor of the Marmore Falls, the rivers Nera and Velina, Piediluco lake and its famous “echo of love,” and the chromatic illusions that paint the Castelluccio plain are just a few of the features of the territory. Not to mention the Carsulae archeological site, the Colfiorito Park, the Mount Subasio Park along the Via Francigena and it’s fabulous walking paths… the radiant experiences that are possible in Umbria, the green heart of Italy, simply have no end.

Just close your eyes, take a deep breath or two, and imagine a wedding in this environment.

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