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Il Summer Jamboree – l’evento più atteso dell’anno

9 giorni e 9 notti pieni di eventi, MUSICA degli anni 40-50’, 40 concerti, 250 dj sets, artisti di fama internazionale, macchine d’epoca… e poi balli, decine di migliaia di persone entusiaste, le notti estive, la brezza del mare, l’Hawaian Party sulla spiaggia di velluto……una vera magia da non perdere!

Anche quest’anno per la 17° anno consecutivo, dal 30 luglio al 7 agosto, Senigallia ospiterà Il Summer Jamboree: il festival internazionale della musica e della cultura americana degli anni 40’ e 50’, noto anche come “the Hottest Rockin’ Holiday on Earth”. Il centro storico e il lungomare di Senigallia prendono vita con Rock and Roll, Swing, Rhythm’n’Blues, Rockabilly, Country, Doo Wop…e non solo. Tutto l’evento è caratterizzato della cultura di quegli anni: rocker provenienti da diversi paesi, costumi vintage, cibo da strada, auto d’epoca, feste e spettacoli in tutta la città che si riveste in puro stile Happy Days.

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Gli artisti e le band più famose al mondo, qui  si ritrovano insieme, tra vecchie glorie e nuove generazioni di un genere che non morirà mai: Gaynel HodgeWS “Fluke” Holland, Kid Ramos e The Bellfuries, sono le 4 Big Star americane, protagonisti della eccezionale line up artistica del Summer Jamboree 2016. A loro si aggiunge la new entry italiana Edoardo Bennato che insieme a due grandi chitarristi come Giuseppe Scarpato e Gennaro Porcelli,  si esibirà in una R’n’R Session appositamente creata per l’occasione, durante il Big Hawaiian Party.

39 concerti,  di cui 38 ad ingresso gratuito, 6 palchi allestiti per la XVII edizione del Summer Jamboree, di cui 4 nel centro storico di Senigallia (Foro Annonario, giardini della Rocca Roveresca, via Carducci, piazza Saffi). Mercoledì 3 agosto prenderà vita anche il palco dell’Hawaiian Party sulla spiaggia di velluto, una delle spiagge più apprezzate della riviera Adriatica, e poi , venerdì 5 agosto si aggiunge anche il palco del Teatro La Fenice con il suo imperdibile Burlesque Show. Oltre 250 Dj Sets saranno diffusi per la città: tutti i giorni il festival inizia con Dj set in spiaggia dalle ore 12 (Lungomare Alighieri) e continuerà fino alle 4 del mattino.

Da visitare assolutamente anche Il Rockin’ Village (Rocca Roveresca, Piazza del Duca, Via Carducci, Pizza Manni) e il suo grande Mercatino vintage ’40/50 di modernariato e antichità, con  anche Parrucchieri Old Style e Barber Shop per creare la vostra acconciature d’epoca.

Inoltre, corsi di ballo gratuiti dalle ore 18 alla Rocca, tanti stand con cibo da strada come Food & Beverage Cajun, Tex Mex Diner, Rockin’ Pizza, e molto molto altro (aperto tutti i pomeriggi dal 18.00 alle 01.00 e nei due weekend, fino alle 03.00).

Se, invece, siete appassionati di macchine d’epoca, in Piazza Simoncelli  dalle 18 sarà visitabile il Car Park che ospita le auto americane pre-1969.

Per tutti coloro che amano scatenarsi nel ballo, con la sabbia sotto i piedi e la brezza del mare e la luce delle stelle intorno a voi, l’Hawaian Party, del 5 agosto è in assoluto l’evento da non perdere! Non sapete ballare il Rock & Roll? Nessun problema! Partecipate ai Dance Camp, dove imparare i balli Twist più famosi del secolo scorso!

Trova il programma completo qui

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Summer Jamboree – the most expected event of the year!

The Summer Jamboree –  9 days and nights full of events, MUSIC from the 40’s and 50’s, about 40 concerts, 250 dj sets, internationally renowned artists, vintage cars … and then dancing, tens of thousands of enthusiastic people, the summer nights,  the sea ​​breeze, the Hawaiian Party on the velvet beach … in short, a real magic not to be missed!

Also this year for the 17th time in a row from July 30 to August 7, Senigallia will host the Summer Jamboree: the international festival of music and American culture from the 40 ‘and 50’, also called “the Hottest Rockin ‘Holiday on Earth”. The historic center and the waterfront of Senigallia come alive with Rock and Roll, Swing, Rhythm’n’Blues, Rockabilly, Country, Doo Wop … but not only … The whole event is characterized with the culture of those times: from the rockers coming from different countries, to the vintage costumes, decoration, food, events, vintage cars … but above all the most famous artists of the world, icons originating  together with current and future leaders of a music that will never die: Gaynel Hodge, WS “Fluke” Holland, Kid Ramos and the Bellfuries, are the Big 4 star American protagonists of exceptional line up the artistic Summer Jamboree 2016. they are joined by the Italian unreleased Edoardo Bennato who will perform in a R’n’R Session at the Big Hawaiian Party, specially created for the Summer Jamboree along with two of the most famous guitarists of Europe: Giuseppe Scarpato and Gennaro Porcelli.

39 concerts, including 38 with free admission, six stages set up for the 17th edition of the Summer Jamboree, 4 of which in the historical center of Senigallia (at Foro Annonario, the gardens of La Roveresca Rocca, via Carducci, Saffi Square). On Wednesday, August 3rd, the stage of the Hawaiian Party on the velvet beach will come to life (one of the most popular beaches of the Adriatic coast), and then, on Friday, August 5th, the stage of Teatro La Fenice will open with its not-to-be-missed Burlesque Show. Over 250 DJ sets will be spread around the city: every day the festival will begin with a DJ set on the beach from 12 pm (Promenade Alighieri) and will continue until the conclusion of the nights from 1 to 4 am.

Highly recommended to visit is also The Rockin ‘Village (at Rocca Rovere, Piazza del Duca, Via Carducci, Pizza Manni) with its great vintage market from the ’40’s and 50’s of modernism and vintage, Barber’ s and a Hairdresser’s for your most appropriate hairstyle;  in addition, free dance classes starting at 6 pm18 (at Rocca Rovere), street food such as Food & Beverage Cajun, Tex Mex Diner, Rockin ‘Pizza, and much, much more (open every afternoon from 6pm to 1 am and during the weekends up till 3am).

Moreover, if you are fond of vintage cars, in Piazza Simoncelli, the Car Park opens each day at 6 pm to host American cars from before 1969.

For all of you who like to dance from the bottom of your hearts, feeling the sand under your feet and the Adriatic breeze on your warm faces, the most recommended and fun party on the velvet beach is: The Hawaiian Party, on August 5th. You don’t know how to dance Rock & Roll? No problem! Just for people like you there has been organized the Dance Camp: for all beginners who would love to learn the most “twisting” dance of the century.

Find the full programme here

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“If I had just one day left on this earth, I would wish it to be like today”

The term “off the beaten track” only hints at the deeply individual nature of our Slow Food trail. We have over the years established a wonderful network of local families, producers and farmers who open their doors to us. We immerse ourselves in Italy, the Italian way of life, the food, people and the quiet charm that is the Montefeltro region of Le Marche. Our base is the luxurious Urbino Resort, located in carefully restored historic farm buildings on a massive “tenuta”. The exquisite resort nestles in the organic vineyards on the foothills of the emerald green Montefeltro hills. A tranquil outdoor pool sits next to a fragrant herb garden, there is a Japanese style spa with wonderful views over the landscape, miles of carefully tended paths for walking or running, an equestrian centre and a rose studded lake-side restaurant where chef Tomas Morazzini prepares outstanding sour dough pizza, ultra-fresh Adriatic fish and indulgent desserts for which he is justifiably renowned. Comments from guests include “if I had just one day left on this earth, I would wish it to be like today” and the observation that we are completely submerged in the Italian language and customs and are received like long lost friends wherever we go.

Day 1: mid-morning arrival at Ancona airport and a 75-minute private transfer to Urbino Resort.
After a rather early departure from Stansted, our guests tend to need a little rest before setting off so we leave it until mid-day before gathering for coffee on the terrace and driving to Porchetteria Patenta where rolls of butcher’s paper cover the tables and the owners show us how to tie a whole herb stuffed pig with willow twine before roasting it in a 500C wood fired oven. From Patenta we drive to one of the region’s top producers of wine, the Mancini estate, with breathtaking views over p the glittering Adriatic and rows of vines of local grapes such as the intoxicatingly Aleatico and also, very unusually, with Pinot Noir, a custom dating back to the Napoleonic rule of the area. It is a testament to the beauty of the Mancini estate that it was used by Rick Stein when he filmed his Italian TV program (clip). If the weather gods are on our side, we enjoy an al fresco food and wine tasting right above the turquoise sea, surrounded by lime green early season vines and the heady scent of coastal gorse. The vineyards are next to the idyllic hill-top village of Fiorenzuola di Focara. The cobbled streets, domed church towers and jaw dropping views should mean hoarders of tourists but as this is Le Marche, and not Tuscany, we are the only visitors. After a glass of chilled white in the evening sun, we set off for dinner at Osteria il Pergolato Da Maria, a rustic favourite frequented only by local people who come to enjoy a menu which has hardly changed in the 60 years that Maria has presided over the kitchen. From Maria’s, we return ready for the dreamlike tranquilly and comfort of Urbino Resort.

Day 2: Breakfast at Urbino Resort is served in the renovated former estate chapel. In typical Italian style, it includes an amazing array of delicious, homemade cakes and pastries as well as fresh fruit and homemade jams. In keeping with the slow motto, we don’t depart until 9.30 so there is time to have a lie-in or go for a walk or run and have a dip in the pool before “il pranzo”. Our first visit brings us right up to the higher regions of the Montefeltro hills, offering an almost alpine vista. The winding road takes us to the San Giovanni sheep farm where owner Antonello and his English wife Sarah make fresh Ricotta and Pecorino. Antonello’s family originates from Sardinia, where art of making sheep’s cheese originates. The farm keeps some 300 sheep who are milked daily to produce wonderfully delicate Ricotta, which we eat fresh with olive oil, salt and pepper. Local people make the journey up to the farm to buy cheese straight from Antonello and Sarah and what does not sell on the farm is taken down the mountain to local markets but no
further. From San Giovanni we descend to multi-award winning Il Conventino, whose 300 acres of olive groves and vines produce artisanal oils and wines. For those interested in understanding just how complex and precise a process it is to make top quality olive oil loved by chefs, the owner, an engineer by training, talks us through his tailor-made, high-tech presses. Saturdays are for communal team lunches at Il Conventino which means the full works from Bruschette and pasta to ice cream served with the estate’s top olive oil – and sea salt. A revelation! This is a slow tour, and lunch at Il Conventino can take anything from 90 minutes to 3 hours depending on the mood and the subjects discussed around the table. We don’t clock-watch, we simply sit back and pour another glass of top quality wine, including the spectacular Passum dessert wine, made not from late, but early, harvest grapes in order to control sugar and alcohol levels and resulting in a magnificent, deeply ruby “just sweet” wine. Dozing off is allowed as we head down to the lively city of Pesaro on the coast. The birth place of Rossini, this elegant town welcomes Opera lovers from all over the world to its annual Rossini festival in August. Known for his voracious appetite, Rossini had a favourite pizza which includes tomato sauce, hard-boiled egg and mayonnaise! It has to be tried to be believed – and one small slice is enough. The afternoon is yours to explore the cobbled streets, excellent shops and artisan ice creams. Dinner is on the beach, enjoying fresh prawns, calamari and local Piadine bread.

Day 3: after breakfast we set off to visit the smallest producer of the trip; organic winery and honey producer Giuseppe Paci. Giuseppe, his wife, 4 children including latest arrival baby Giulia, his parents, an uncle and a set of grandparents all share a large house which has belonged to the Paci family for centuries. They produce small quantities of organic wine made completely by hand and where lunch in the courtyard include homemade salamis, honey and Signora Luisa’s seasonal deep fried acacia and elder flowers served with the house rosé.

Our final dinner is at the lake side restaurant on the estate, which is reached via a gently lit road through the vines, accompanied by the beguiling flicker of early summer fire flies in their nocturnal search for food. Our own search for the genuine food of this wonderful region ends here, in the relaxed setting and safe hands of Chef Tomas Morazzini whose sour dough pizza, use of herbs and vegetables from the estate and indulgent pastries draw guests from all over the region.

Day 4: breakfast and departure to Ancona airport for our return flight at 10.20am, arriving back in the UK by noon.

Written by Tine Roche

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The great women of Marche

The great women of Marche

Many have been the women from Le Marche who over the centuries have helped in writing the history of this region and have contributed to its fame and appeal: women of literature, poetesses, female painters, actresses, singers, archaeologists and sports women: all are women, all are from Marche and all are great … .

Women of literature

There have been plenty of Marche women who have lived a life of culture. One of the first ones was Battista Sforza, born in Pesaro in 1446, and represented in one of the most famous paintings of the Italian Renaissance “Diptych of the Dukes of Urbino” by Piero della Francesca. This woman, who married Federico da Montefeltro and lived in the beautiful city of Urbino, was dedicated to culture; she lived surrounded by scholars and men of science and had strong governmental skills so that she administered the city when her husband was fighting in some far-away war.

Two other women,  literature lovers, were Battiferri Laura, who lived between the first and the second half of the sixteenth century, often likened by his contemporaries to the Greek poetess Sappho; and Margherita Sparapani, born in 1735 in Camerino,  passionate about natural sciences, she became part of the important Accademia ‘Arcadia along with the most educated writers of the time.

Women of sciences

A name known by all and represented on the famous thousand liras in Italy is Maria Montessori, born in Chiaravalle, in the province of Ancona. At the turn of the nineteenth and the mid-twentieth century she was the first Italian woman to graduate in medicine and, as educator, she helped for the renovation the Italian school: the educational method that bears her name is still used in many institutions around the world.

Still in medicine, Edmea Pirami, born in Ascoli Piceno at the late nineteenth century, graduated in pediatrics in 1964 and became vice president of the Medical Women’s International Association (MWIA). The city of Porto San Giorgio (MC) is the birthplace of the archaeologist Alessandra Nibbi who contributed to the research for delineating the actual geography of Ancient Egypt.

Women of Arts

The Art with capital “A” in the Marche region is represented by Nori de ‘Nobili, a painter and poetess born in Pesaro in 1902. Her energetic art, colorful and extremely feminine, is preserved in the Museum and Research Centre for Studies on Women “Nori de ‘Nobili “in Trecastelli, where the permanent exhibition of her most important works is exposed.

Also in the field of art we cannot forget to mention Agostina Segatori: from Ancona she arrived to Paris, where in the late nineteenth century began her career as a model and muse, posing for famous painters such as Eugène Delacroix, Vincent Van Gogh and Edouard Manet.

Ascoli Piceno also has its patriotic painter and poetess, Julia Centurelli, who did not hesitate to support the Mazzini organizations in the mid-nineteenth century: her love for her homeland and her energy are reflected in her paintings and in her literary compositions. Agugliano, as well, has its worldwide famous artist, Stefania Massaccesi, one of the most important representatives of the European figurative art: a painter, sculptress and a master in engraving, in recent years she has her works exhibited in many international museums.

… and music

We begin with Angelica Catalani, born in the city of velvet beach, Senigallia (AN), lived at the turn of the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries. As a child was given to the Convent of Saint Lucia of Gubbio, but her father, realizing the innate talent for singing, took her back to his home to study music: Angelica became a great soprano and was noticed even by Napoleon Bonaparte!

The crisp air of the hills of Macerata has benefited the professional growth of one soprano, the unforgettable Anita Cerquetti. Born in the medieval village of Montecosaro (MC), the female singer has performed on the most famous Italian stages of the twentieth century; one interesting fact: it was her who replaced Maria Callas in 1958 when the latter left the scene after the first act of Norma, at Teatro dell’Opera in Rome. We conclude with another golden voice, Eva Mei, born in Fabriano (AN). She has conquered the international stages and is loved by audiences and critics, so much that in 1990 won the prize at the Mozart Competition in Vienna for her interpretation of the Abduction from Seraglio, opera by the world-famous Austrian composer.

From music …. to cinema and theater

Ave Ninchi and her family of actors, playwrights and impresarios, is particularly linked to the Teatro delle Muse in Ancona. The actress starred together with big cinema names such as Toto, Aldo Fabrizi and Alberto Sordi. The capital of Marche has also given birth to another interpreter of the Italian cinema, Virna Lisi, who won six times the prestigious Silver Ribbon prize and two times David di Donatello. Valeria Moriconi, born in Jesi,  was also a great interpreter of the Italian cinema of the twentieth century, as well as of the Italian theater, working together with great masters such as Eduardo De Filippo.

Sports women

They could not be missing  in this classification: our great championsform Marche who over the years have distinguished themselves for tenacity, strength and passion. Let’s start with Valentina Vezzali and her inseparable companion: the foil. Born in Jesi, she is the first fencer in the world who has won three Olympic gold medals in three consecutive editions, has also been awarded numerous times in team competitions and has won eleven times the World Cup. Giovanna Trillini, on the other hand, is also never separated from her foil: her achievements began in 1986 with a silver medal for team competitions in the Championships in Sofia and continued with winning the World Cup four times. Moreover, besides being a champion, she teaches young athletes how to achieve these important goals.The young promise of the Italian fencing is Elisa Di Francisca, who has already been awarded six times as World Champion and ten times as European Champion in individual and team events. Moreover, she won the gold medal at the London Olympics in 2012. These tremendous women athletes are all from Jesi, a town in the province of Ancona, surrounded by medieval walls and full of history, which became famous throughout the world thanks to these brave women.

Even figure skating has a woman form Marche as a protagonist hovering lightly on her shoes. She is the young Annalisi Graziosi, vice European champion in 2009 and 2010. Dominating the waves is Giorgia Speciale who, with her windsurfing, challenged even the stormy sea, becoming world champion in the under 15 category.

Le Marche have given birth to strong women, determined, talented and intelligent who over the centuries have distinguished themselves in various fields. Is it a merit of the pure air of the hills or of the Adriatic sea breeze? One thing is certain: we are proud that they were born in this land. To them, the women of today and to those who will be born!

Source: http://www.destinazionemarche.it/

 

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Le grandi donne delle Marche

Sono numerose le donne marchigiane che nei secoli hanno contribuito a scrivere un pezzetto di storia e che hanno reso grandi le Marche:  letterate, poetesse, pittrici, attrici, cantanti, archeologhe e sportive: tutte sono donne,  tutte sono marchigiane e tutte sono grandi….

Donne di lettere

Sono tantissime le donne marchigiane che hanno vissuto una vita all’insegna della cultura..Una delle prime è stata Battista Sforza nata a Pesaro nel 1446 è rappresentata in uno dei quadri più celebri del rinascimento italiano il “Dittico dei Duchi di Urbino” di Piero della Francesca. Questa donna, che sposò Federico Da Montefeltro e visse nella splendida Urbino, amava la cultura: viveva circondata da letterati e uomini di scienza ed aveva spiccate doti governative tanto che amministrava la città quando il marito era a combattere qualche guerra lontana.

Altre due donne amanti della letteratura furono Laura Battiferri vissuta tra prima e la seconda metà del Cinquecento, paragonata dai suoi contemporanei alla poetessa greca Saffo e  Margherita Sparapani, nata a Camerino nel 1735  appassionata scienze naturali, entrò a far parte dell’importante Accademia dell’Arcadia insieme ai più colti letterati del tempo.

Donne di scienze 

Un nome conosciuto da tutti e che ha dato il volto alle famose mille lire è quello di Maria Montessori, nata a Chiaravalle, in provincia di Ancona. A cavallo tra l’Ottocento e la metà del Novecento fu la prima donna italiana a laurearsi in medicina e, come pedagogista, contribuì a rinnovare la scuola italiana: il metodo educativo che prende il suo nome è utilizzato ancora oggi in molti istituti di tutto il mondo.

Ancora nel campo della medicina, Edmea Pirami nata ad Ascoli Piceno alla fine dell’Ottocento, laureatasi in pediatria nel 1964,divenne vicepresidente del Medical Women’s International Association (MWIA). La città di Porto San Giorgio (MC) ha dato i natali all’archeologa Alessandra Nibbi che ha contribuito alle ricerche per delineare la reale geografia dell’Antico Egitto.

Donne di arti

L’arte con la  “A” maiuscola nelle Marche è rappresentata da Nori de’ Nobili, pittrice e poetessa nata a Pesaro nel 1902. La sua arte energica, colorata ed estremamente femminile è conservata nel Museo e Centro studi di Ricerca sulla Donna “Nori de’ Nobili” a Trecastelli, dove è esposta la mostra permanente delle sue opere più importanti. 

Sempre nel campo dell’arte non possiamo dimenticare Agostina Segatori: da Ancona arrivò fino a Parigi, dove alla fine dell’Ottocento, iniziò la sua carriera come modella e musa ispiratrice posando per celebri pittori come Eugène Delacroix, Vincent Van Gogh e Édouard Manet.

Ascoli Piceno vanta una pittrice e poetessa patriottica,  Giulia Centurelli, che non esitò a sostenere le organizzazioni mazziniane nella metà dell’Ottocento: l’amore per la patria e l’energia si ritrovano nella sua pittura e nelle sue composizioni letterarie. Anche Agugliano ha la sua artista famosa in tutto il mondo,Stefania Massaccesi, una delle esponenti più importanti del figurativismo europeo: è pittrice, scultrice ed amante dell’incisione, negli ultimi anni ha esposto le sue opere in molti musei internazionali.

….e musica

Iniziamo da Angelica Catalani nata nella città della spiaggia di velluto, Senigallia (AN), visse a cavallo tra il Settecento e l’Ottocento. Da bambina venne affidata al Convento di Santa Lucia di Gubbio, ma il padre, resosi conto dell’innato talento per il canto, la riportò a casa per farle studiare musica: Angelica divenne un grande soprano e fu notata persino da Napoleone Bonaparte!

L’aria frizzante delle colline maceratesi ha giovato alla crescita professionale di un soprano,  l’indimenticabile Anita Cerquetti. Nata nel borgo medievale di Montecosaro (MC), questa cantante ha calcato i più famosi palcoscenici italiani del Novecento, una curiosità: è stata proprio lei a sostituire Maria Callas nel 1958 quando, al Teatro dell’Opera di Roma, abbandonò la scena dopo il I atto della Norma.  Concludiamo con un’altra ugola d’oro, Eva Mei, nata a Fabriano (AN), sta calcando le scene internazionali ed è acclamata dal pubblico e dalla critica, tanto che nel 1990 ha vinto il premio al Concorso Mozart di Vienna per la sua interpretazione nel Ratto dal serraglio, opera  del compositore austriaco.

Dalla musica …. al cinema e al teatro

 Ave Ninch e la sua famiglia di attori, drammaturghi e impresari è particolarmente legata al Teatro delle Muse di Ancona. L’attrice ha recitato insieme a grandi nomi del cinema come Totò, Aldo Fabrizi e Alberto Sordi. Il capoluogo marchigiano ha dato i natali anche ad un’altra interprete del cinema italiano, Virna Lisi, che ha vinto per ben sei volte il prestigioso Nastro d’argento e due David di Donatello. Valeria Moriconi nata Jesi, è stata una grande interprete del cinema italiano del Novecento e del teatro, lavorando con grandi maestri come Eduardo De Filippo.

Donne di sport

Non potevano mancare in questo post le nostre grandi campionesse marchigiane che negli anni si sono contraddistinte per tenacia, forza e passione. Iniziamo con Valentina Vezzali e il suo inseparabile compagno: il fioretto. Nata a Jesi, è la prima schermitrice al mondo che ha vinto ben tre medaglie d’oro olimpiche in tre edizioni consecutive, è stata anche premiata numerose volte nelle competizioni a squadre ed ha vinto per ben undici volte la Coppa del Mondo. Anche Giovanna Trillini non si separa mai dal suo fioretto:  i suoi successi sono iniziati nel 1986 con l’argento a squadre vinto ai Campionati di Sofia ed ha vinto quattro volte la Coppa del Mondo, oltre ad essere protagonista insegna alle giovani atlete come raggiungere questi importanti obiettivi. La giovane promessa della scherma italiana è Elisa Di Francisca, è già stata premiata sei volte come Campionessa Mondiale e dieci volte come Campionessa Europea tra individuale e prova a squadre, ha vinto anche la medaglia d’oro alle Olimpiadi di Londra nel 2012. Queste formidabili atlete sono tutte di Jesi, città della provincia di Ancona, circondata da mura medievali e densa di storia, diventata famosa in tutto il mondo anche grazie a queste campionesse.

Anche il pattinaggio artistico ha una donna marchigiana come protagonista che volteggia con leggerezza sui suoi pattini, è la giovanissima Annalisi Graziosi vice campionessa europea nel 2009 e 2010. A dominare le onde ci pensa Giorgia Speciale che, con il suo windsurf , ha sfidato anche il mare in tempesta diventando campionessa del mondo nella categoria under 15.

Le Marche hanno dato i natali a donne forti, determinate, talentuose e intelligenti che nei secoli si sono contraddistinte in vari campi. Sarà merito dell’aria pura delle colline marchigiane o della brezza del mare Adriatico? Una cosa è certa: siamo orgogliosi che siano nate in questa terra. A loro, alle donne di oggi e a quelle che nasceranno!

Fonte: http://www.destinazionemarche.it/

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