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The area around Grosseto and the coast, with Marina di Grosseto, Castiglione della Pescaia and the small villages that lie in the plain between the city and the coast, represents the heart of the Tuscan Maremma.
The long stretches of pine tree forests which border the beaches of the Maremma are a naturalistic treasure as well as the few areas where the lagoon and swamp ecosystems have survived urbanization, reclamation or simple draining, such as the nature reserve of the Diaccia Botrona near Castiglione della Pescaia.
He began serving under Napoleon Bonaparte in the Alpine and Italian campaigns, fighting at Castiglione della Pescaia and Rivoli and rising to général de brigade in 1797.
In the early 16th century, Castiglione ( The Book of the Courtier ) laid out his vision of the ideal gentleman and lady, while Machiavelli cast a jaundiced eye on " la verità effettuale della cosa "— the actual truth of things — in The Prince, composed, humanist style, chiefly of parallel ancient and modern examples of Virtù.
In July 2012, she held her first masterclass at the Georg Solti Accademia in Castiglione della Pescaia, Italy.
* Abbey of San Pancrazio al Fango, situated between Grosseto and Castiglione della Pescaia, in the heart of Nature Reserve Diaccia Botrona, not far from the Fattoria della Badiola.
Castiglione della Pescaia is an ancient seaside town in the province of Grosseto ( Tuscany ), Italy.
Today Castiglione della Pescaia is known for its beaches and has become a center of international ( mostly European ) tourism.
While Umbrians and Etruscans were most likely the first inhabitants of its location, Castiglione della Pescaia was first recorded under the name Salebrone in Roman times.
View of harbor of Castiglione della pescaia
* Tourism in Castiglione della Pescaia
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Castiglione and consists
Eduardo Saccone states in his analysis of Castiglione, “ grazia consists of, or rather is obtained through, sprezzatura .”

Castiglione and City
Born in Owasco, New York, she studied in New York City, studying watercolor painting with J. B. Wandesforde, an English artist, then three years in both Paris and Rome studying under Giuseppe Castiglione, Henri Fantin La Tour, and Lambert Joseph Matthew.

Castiglione and built
The designers of these structures built of stone were the Jesuits Giuseppe Castiglione and Michel Benoist, who were employed by the Qianlong emperor to satisfy his taste for exotic buildings and objects.
It was built on M. te Castiglione, near two rivers.

Castiglione and on
The Qianlong Emperor in ceremonial armor on horseback, painted by Giuseppe Castiglione ( 1688 – 1766 ) | Giuseppe Castiglione, dated 1739 or 1758.
Baldassare Castiglione, author of Il Cortegiano (" The Courtier "), wrote in 1528: "... Another of the greatest painters in this world looks down on this art in which he is unequalled ..." while the biographer known as " Anonimo Gaddiano " wrote, c. 1540: " His genius was so rare and universal that it can be said that nature worked a miracle on his behalf ...".
Castiglione declined to imitate Boccaccio and write in Tuscan Italian, as was customary at the time ; instead he wrote in the Italian used in his native Lombardy ( he was born near Mantua ): as the Count says, “ certainly it would require a great deal of effort on my part if in these discussions of ours I wished to use those old Tuscan words which the Tuscans of today have discarded ; and what ’ s more I ’ m sure you would all laugh at me ” ( Courtier 70 ).
Nearby Castiglione delle Stiviere, where many of the wounded were taken after the battle, is the site of the museum of the International Red Cross, focusing on the events that led to the formation of that organization.
Since 1940 the Egyptian collection, dating back to 1852 and including the former Castiglione Collection, has occupied a large hall on the ground floor in the eastern part of the Winter Palace.
His friendship with Zano Castiglione, Bishop of Bayeux, led to many further connections on the Continent, including Leonardo Bruno, Pietro Candido Decembrio and Tito Livio de Forli.
But it was at the Battle of Castiglione on 5 August 1796 that Augereau rendered the most signal services.
He became Duke of Castiglione on 19 March 1808, a hereditary victory title ( i. e. not in chief of an actual fief, but a hollow title ), in honour of the 1796 victory.
The Qianlong Emperor in Armor on Horseback, by Italian Jesuit Giuseppe Castiglione ( Jesuit ) | Giuseppe Castiglione ( Long shining )( 1688 – 1766 AD ).
Archbishop Gaetano Alibrandi ( Born at Castiglione di Sicilia-Provincia di Catania, Sicily on 14 January 1914 – Died at his native town on 3 July 2003 ) of the Roman Catholic Church was a senior papal diplomat and former Personal Secretary to Giovanni Battista Cardinal Montini ( later Pope Paul VI ).
The style was however modified according to Chinese taste-strong shadows used in chiaroscuro techniques were unacceptable as Emperor Qianlong thought that shadows looked like dirt, therefore when Castiglione painted the emperor, the intensity of the light was reduced so that there was no shadow on the face, and the features were distinct.
To the east of the Tallòria di Castiglione is the commune of Serralunga d ' Alba located on one of the highest hilltops in the Barolo zone.
* Virginia Oldoini, Countess di Castiglione, early important photographic artist, Courtesan, supposed secret agent, mistress to Napoleon III, lived in a house he bought for her in 1857 and lived on in the area until the mid 1870s.
Quasdanovich was overcome at Lonato on 3 August and Wurmser at Castiglione on 5 August.
His last publication, El cortesano ( 1561 ), modeled on Il Cortegiano by Baldassare Castiglione, gives a vivid and entertaining picture of life in the Valencian ducal court.
Boscán was urged by Castiglione and Garcilaso to translate the ambassador's " Il Cortegiano " into Spanish, which was published on April 2, 1534 to great success.
Castiglione received the honorary title of city by presidential decree on 18 October 2001.
Trupiano hosted a talk show for fourteen years in Houston and called games for MLB's Houston Astros (- 86 ), the Montreal Expos (- 90 ), the World Hockey Association's Houston Aeros ( 1974-78 ), the National Basketball Association's Houston Rockets ( 1978-80 ), the National Football League's Houston Oilers ( 1980-89 ), Southwest Conference Football ( 1978-88 ) and called three games on the CBS Radio Game of the Week in before joining Joe Castiglione in the Red Sox ' radio booth in.

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