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Remembering the Master Copper-Smiths
In this week’s #NIAFblog, our guest blogger, Jenifer Landor – founder of Live and Learn Italian, offers a fascinating look into the heritage of a small Italian town in the Apennine hills, known for its artisan work in copper. The little town of Agnone, … Continue reading
Posted in Blog, Culture, History, Italian, Italy, Travel, Uncategorized Tagged Abruzzo-Molise, Agnone, Apennine, artisans, copper, coppersmith, craftmanship, History, Italian, Italian American, Italian Ancestry, Italian Art, Italian artisan, Italian artisans, Italian community, Italian culture, Italian Heritage, Italian History, Italian major, Italian Tradition, Italian Traditions, local, local craftmanship, Molise, Tradition 1 Comment
We want you to know the staff working behind-the-scenes here at the National Italian American Foundation (NIAF), so we are taking the opportunity to introduce you to one of our staff members! This week, we introduce you to Julia Streisfeld, … Continue reading
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