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Campania

Season 2 Episode 202 | 25m 57s

Alessadnra travels to locations including Naples, Campania, Vesuvius, and La Gaiola to learn about the incredible craftsmanship and culinary marvels that await there. Discover skilled artisans using century-old techniques including a cameo carver, an umbrella maker, and an embroider. Taste delicious pastries, pizza, and wine from the Vesuvius region. Dive into a marine and archeological park.

Aired: 05/02/21
Distributed nationally by American Public Television
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Renaissance-era craftsmanship; an architectural wonderland; and making Tuscan biscuits.
Ancient methods for making bells, cheese and bag pipes; pre-Roman archeological sites.
Transforming wood into art; castle tours; cooking sheep dishes; tasting local gin.
Stunning Matera; colorful Carnival; foundry art; embroidery; making wine; Nativity scenes
Architectural wonders; musical stones; a goldsmith, a sea silk embroiderer; and more.
Maiolic ceramics; Good Friday procession; fishing; artisans use copper, stone, and more.
Behind-the-scenes at the masquerade; making ceramic pipes; Murano glass; historical dances
The art of puppetry; palace tours; making Marsala wine; a historic parade; 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.
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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.
Transforming wood into art; castle tours; cooking sheep dishes; tasting local gin.
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.