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San Fruttuoso: Where Time Stands Still
There are still places in Italy where time stands still. One of them is the Abbey of San Fruttuoso di Camogli, on the Ligurian coast.
AC Milan V Genoa – Preview: Rossoneri hunting for win over the wounded Grifone
In this season's early match-up between the two sides, the Ligurians claimed a 1-0 victory thanks to a 10th minute Blerim Dzemaili goal. Sinisa Mihajlovic welcomes back Giacomo Bonaventura who missed last week's clash with Udinese due to a hip injury, ...
Genovese pesto 'pancake'? Perfetto!
Ligurians take pesto quite seriously, and don't put it on just any pasta shape.
When in Rome, eat as the Ligurians and Sicilians do
So when Romans want to take a walk on the gustatory wild side, they don't go out for Ethiopian or Thai — but Sicilian, Sardinian, or Ligurian, among others. Advertisement.
Rachel Roddy's pasta and potatoes recipe

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