The Italians

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A student in Germany

My name is Pasqualina and I am 27 years old. I originally come from a small town in the province of Salerno, Italy. I studied Comparative Literature and Culture, along with the German, Hungarian and other languages… One of the reasons that prompted me to stay in Germany was work. In Italy...
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My life in a suitcase

My name is Eleanor and I have been living in Germany since 4 years. I’m a blogger. I manage the page “My life in a suitcase” – a guide for those who want to move to Germany or those who want more information about the country. Initially, the difficulties are...
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Cantunera

What you are about to read here is an interview with Pierluigi Virelli – an Italian musician from “Cantunera” – agro-pastoral musical world from Calabria. I had an opportunity to chat with Pierluigi via Skype about his music, the band and a bit about his life in Berlin. How it...
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An attractive idea

I miss a bit my city in Sicily, but mostly I miss my family and friends! I guess it is the price we have to pay to build our future in Germany or anywhere abroad, we had no alternatives, but I do understand those people who do not feel like getting...
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Traveling whenever possible

My name is Michela (Mikela to be read), but you can simply call me Miki, it is shorter, easier to pronounce and to remember.  I’m Italian, working in a bank since nearly seven years, but since February I have been living abroad! I have always been in love with traveling...
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You cannot put everyone into the same basket!

My name is Giorgio, I am 22 years old and I am originally from San Cataldo, Sicily. I came to Munich – a fairytale city in the south of Germany – for the first time two years ago in October during the Oktoberfest. During those two weeks I simply fell...
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Window to the world

My name is Roberta, I am 36 years old and live in Germany. My roots are in Sicily, but over the years I loved wandering around Italy. I lived several years in Milan and spent three years in Tuscany between the massive fields of sunflowers! I studied exact sciences at school...
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Enjoy Cologne!

My name is Alessandro Ottaviani, I am Italian from a small town called Potenza Picena in the center of Italy. I studied Mechanical Engineering in Ancona and took Master’s Degree in 2008. In 2009 I moved to Florence to work for General Electric – a big plant with more than 4000...
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Citizen of the World

My name is Simona Luddeni and I come from Aosta Valley – a small but very nice region in the North of Italy. My parents are actually from Calabria, and I was born in Aosta, but in reality, I have never felt to belong to anything except myself! “Citizen of...
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That was pretty cool

My name is Gabriele Foralosso, I come from Padua, Italy, where I studied Cinema and Multimedia Production. My hobbies are for sure Cinema, Theater and Volleyball. To be honest, what really brought me to Germany was LOVE. I followed my ex girlfriend after we got to know each other in...
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Elephant in Berlin

We photographers are watching the world from a different perspective, we have no ideological or cultural backgrounds, we have nothing to face or regret, we don’t say what is good or bad, we just watch and capture the moment. Dario-Jacopo Laganà  Elephant in Berlin Unsurprising to many, Berlin is home...
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Let’s not talk about it!

Did you see the matches with Italy this World Cup? Let’s not talk about it! I was so happy before each game and then what a disappointment. Sometimes I felt like going to the field to play and help them out myself, you know (laughing – ed.).
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Fascinating experience

My name is Marina and I am an Italian from Milan married to a half German. We left Italy a few years ago initially to have an international experience and to learn a different culture and our jobs took us to China. We lived in China for two years, and...
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