Marcia G La Ciociara

I was born in the U.S., but my heart belongs to Italy. I have developed this blog to talk about all things Italian, especially from the Lazio region, including travel, art, food, history, and life in general.

My love affair with Italy began when I was a child. When my parents decided to pack everything up and move back there, we moved to Milano, where I attended first grade, and even though I was so young, it has left quite an impression on me. In fact, to this day I have been trying to find my way back to a life there, but having a family makes it a not so easy thing! Of course, I go to Italy every chance I get, having my father's side of the family there, mostly in the Lazio region which is in central Italy and includes Italy's capital, Rome.

The Mysterious Montagna Spaccata in Gaeta La Ciociara 10d

The mysterious sea grotto of Montagna Spaccata, or Split Mountain, is a natural wonder found on…

Italy #cave #history #mountain #sightseeing

The Caves (Grotte) of Pastena La Ciociara 36d

The caves were used about 3000 years ago by the local people, the Volsci, as a place of worship.…

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Civita Di Bagnoregio – the Dying City La Ciociara 248d

Civita di Bagnoregio, also known as “La Citta Che Muore”, or “The Dying City”, is a sort of ghost…

Italy #history #roadtrip #sightseeing

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Pignoli Cookies La Ciociara 957d

Pignoli cookies are the Italian version of macaroons with the addition of pine nuts. They…

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Monte Fammera La Ciociara 1191d

Monte Fammera is a very distinctly shaped mountain which overlooks the municipalities of Ausonia…

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