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Alto Adige

Season 2 Episode 201 | 26m 22s

Experience the dramatic Dolomite landscape with enchanting castles and charming towns. Artisans craft beautiful wooden creations with both tradition and modernity, and the culinary gems of Alto Adige utilize local flavors to make their dishes. Alessandra visits historic medieval castles and shows viewers the Diocesan Museum of Bressanone, a precious example of the region’s art and architecture.

Aired: 05/02/21
Distributed nationally by American Public Television
Extras
Renaissance-era craftsmanship; an architectural wonderland; and making Tuscan biscuits.
Stunning Matera; colorful Carnival; foundry art; embroidery; making wine; Nativity scenes
Architectural wonders; musical stones; a goldsmith, a sea silk embroiderer; and more.
Artisans make cameos, embroidery, and more; archeological underwater park.
Ancient methods for making bells, cheese and bag pipes; pre-Roman archeological sites.
Street art district; the Pyramid; Palazzo Colonna; medieval Viterbo; and ghost village.
Behind-the-scenes at the masquerade; making ceramic pipes; Murano glass; historical dances
In Umbria, renaissance craftsmanship, a festival tradition, and architectural wonderland.
Maiolic ceramics; Good Friday procession; fishing; artisans use copper, stone, and more.
Skilled artisans carry on family tradition making bread, cheese, glass lamps, and more.
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Renaissance-era craftsmanship; an architectural wonderland; and making Tuscan biscuits.
Stunning Matera; colorful Carnival; foundry art; embroidery; making wine; Nativity scenes
Architectural wonders; musical stones; a goldsmith, a sea silk embroiderer; and more.
Ancient methods for making bells, cheese and bag pipes; pre-Roman archeological sites.
Artisans make cameos, embroidery, and more; archeological underwater park.
Street art district; the Pyramid; Palazzo Colonna; medieval Viterbo; and ghost village.
Behind-the-scenes at the masquerade; making ceramic pipes; Murano glass; historical dances
Maiolic ceramics; Good Friday procession; fishing; artisans use copper, stone, and more.
Skilled artisans carry on family tradition making bread, cheese, glass lamps, and more.
In Umbria, renaissance craftsmanship, a festival tradition, and architectural wonderland.