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On the ?Road of Bones?, paved with the bodies of Gulag prisoners
Enit participates in the 42nd Fitur in Madrid
Japan, a key country for Italian exports
Mature skin care ? what should it look like? ? Anna Lewandowska
Craftsmanship makes its techno revolution
Fashionismo list: 10 beachwear stores
Valtur arrives in Greece and launches the Valtur Creta Aquila Rithymna Beach
?My photos are a metaphor for performing arts?
Sporting Vacanze and Maldives together for the marketing campaign

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                    [description] => Flowers will be the dominant theme of Giver’s Rhine cruises 2022. All this on board the Lisabelle, a 4-star superior ship entirely chartered by the Genoese operator for the Italian public. In fact, if the spring sailings with departures on April 20 and 25 from Amsterdam will have a visit to the Keukenhof, the botanical ... Read more
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Flowers will be the dominant theme of Giver’s Rhine cruises 2022. All this on board the Lisabelle, a 4-star superior ship entirely chartered by the Genoese operator for the Italian public.

In fact, if the spring sailings with departures on April 20 and 25 from Amsterdam will have a visit to the Keukenhof, the botanical park of Lisse which in spring is colored with over 7 million bulb flowers including tulips, hyacinths, daffodils, orchids, roses, carnations, irises, lilies and many others, even the five departures of the summer program on the Rhine will not be less.

2022 is the year in which Floriade 2022 will be held from April 14 to the end of October: the world expo of botany which, with a ten-year anniversary, colors the village of Almere, just outside Amsterdam. The Floriade Park will be a triumph of scents and colors of flowers, plants and fruits from all over the world with an exhibition setting that will celebrate green and sustainable technologies. A real living laboratory where new technologies for crops, food, energy and health will be explored. A gondola lift will allow visitors to move from one section of the exhibition space to another, giving passengers an unforgettable view from a height of 35 meters.

The 2022 departures of the Giver river cruises on the Rhine will be as follows:
? April 20-25 from Amsterdam to Amsterdam: Grand tour of Holland and the Tulip park
? April 25 – May 1 from Amsterdam to Amsterdam: Grand tour of Holland, the Tulip Park and Flanders
? 23 – 30 July from Amsterdam to Basel: Holland, Germany and the romantic Rhine, the Loreley, the Moselle valley, France and Switzerland
? July 30 – August 6 from Basel to Amsterdam: Switzerland, France, Germany and the romantic Rhine, Holland, the Loreley and
the Moselle valley
? 6 ? 13 August from Amsterdam to Amsterdam: Holland, Belgium and Flanders
? 13 ? 21 August from Amsterdam to Basel: Holland, Germany and the romantic Rhine, the Loreley, the Moselle valley, France and Switzerland
? 21 ? 28 August from Basel to Amsterdam: Switzerland, France, Germany and the romantic Rhine, Holland, the Loreley and
the Moselle valley

For cruises, the to confirms its proven formula: cruise direction and Giver tourist staff on board, visits included in Italian and air connections from all over Italy included in the participation fee. The Lisabelle motor ship will operate in absolute compliance with European protocols to guarantee safety of passengers on board and during the visits to the ground, with visits that will be carried out with a reduced number of participants and the use of audio guides to promote social distancing. ?The protection of our passengers, their well-being and pleasure in the use of our trips – he comments Anna Maria Vullo, general manager of Giver Viaggi e Crociere – have always been Giver’s main goal. All the initiatives implemented since the beginning of the pandemic to date have always had the only ambition to be able to return to pursue them as soon as possible. “

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) [summary] => Flowers will be the dominant theme of Giver’s Rhine cruises 2022. All this on board the Lisabelle, a 4-star superior ship entirely chartered by the Genoese operator for the Italian public. In fact, if the spring sailings with departures on April 20 and 25 from Amsterdam will have a visit to the Keukenhof, the botanical ... Read more [atom_content] =>

Flowers will be the dominant theme of Giver’s Rhine cruises 2022. All this on board the Lisabelle, a 4-star superior ship entirely chartered by the Genoese operator for the Italian public.

In fact, if the spring sailings with departures on April 20 and 25 from Amsterdam will have a visit to the Keukenhof, the botanical park of Lisse which in spring is colored with over 7 million bulb flowers including tulips, hyacinths, daffodils, orchids, roses, carnations, irises, lilies and many others, even the five departures of the summer program on the Rhine will not be less.

2022 is the year in which Floriade 2022 will be held from April 14 to the end of October: the world expo of botany which, with a ten-year anniversary, colors the village of Almere, just outside Amsterdam. The Floriade Park will be a triumph of scents and colors of flowers, plants and fruits from all over the world with an exhibition setting that will celebrate green and sustainable technologies. A real living laboratory where new technologies for crops, food, energy and health will be explored. A gondola lift will allow visitors to move from one section of the exhibition space to another, giving passengers an unforgettable view from a height of 35 meters.

The 2022 departures of the Giver river cruises on the Rhine will be as follows:
? April 20-25 from Amsterdam to Amsterdam: Grand tour of Holland and the Tulip park
? April 25 – May 1 from Amsterdam to Amsterdam: Grand tour of Holland, the Tulip Park and Flanders
? 23 – 30 July from Amsterdam to Basel: Holland, Germany and the romantic Rhine, the Loreley, the Moselle valley, France and Switzerland
? July 30 – August 6 from Basel to Amsterdam: Switzerland, France, Germany and the romantic Rhine, Holland, the Loreley and
the Moselle valley
? 6 ? 13 August from Amsterdam to Amsterdam: Holland, Belgium and Flanders
? 13 ? 21 August from Amsterdam to Basel: Holland, Germany and the romantic Rhine, the Loreley, the Moselle valley, France and Switzerland
? 21 ? 28 August from Basel to Amsterdam: Switzerland, France, Germany and the romantic Rhine, Holland, the Loreley and
the Moselle valley

For cruises, the to confirms its proven formula: cruise direction and Giver tourist staff on board, visits included in Italian and air connections from all over Italy included in the participation fee. The Lisabelle motor ship will operate in absolute compliance with European protocols to guarantee safety of passengers on board and during the visits to the ground, with visits that will be carried out with a reduced number of participants and the use of audio guides to promote social distancing. ?The protection of our passengers, their well-being and pleasure in the use of our trips – he comments Anna Maria Vullo, general manager of Giver Viaggi e Crociere – have always been Giver’s main goal. All the initiatives implemented since the beginning of the pandemic to date have always had the only ambition to be able to return to pursue them as soon as possible. “

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[date_timestamp] => 1642702001 ) [1] => Array ( [title] => On the ?Road of Bones?, paved with the bodies of Gulag prisoners [link] => https://movs.world/magazine/on-the-road-of-bones-paved-with-the-bodies-of-gulag-prisoners/ [dc] => Array ( [creator] => Susan Hally ) [pubdate] => Thu, 20 Jan 2022 09:02:33 +0000 [category] => MagazineBodiesBonesgulagpavedprisonersroad [guid] => https://movs.world/magazine/on-the-road-of-bones-paved-with-the-bodies-of-gulag-prisoners/ [description] => By Isabelle Mandraud Posted yesterday at 05:43, updated yesterday at 09:32 Reserved for our subscribers In images, in picturesKolyma, an icy desert in northeastern Russia, is synonymous with the worst hours in Soviet history. The path that leads there was built from 1932 to 1953 by prisoners who perished there. An abandoned region, where the ... Read more [content] => Array ( [encoded] =>
By Isabelle Mandraud

Posted yesterday at 05:43, updated yesterday at 09:32

The itinerary followed by German photographers Maximilian Mann and Ingmar Björn Nolting immerses us in the frozen universe of a territory located at the north-eastern tip of Russia, where temperatures drop below ? 50°C during the endless winter. An icy desert that takes its name, the Kolyma, from the eponymous river over 2,000 kilometers long which flows from south to north.

Dangerous, although renovated since 2015, the road that follows its course requires nerves of steel to cross passes like the Chornyy Prizhim, the ?black prism?. Sometimes called the “Road of Bones”, it was built by gulag prisoners, zeks, sent to this region which has become synonymous with the largest Soviet concentration camp system of the 20the century. Most of them paid with their lives for its construction.

The ghosts of 900,000 captives

The pictures of Road of Bones, the series by Ingmar Björn Nolting and Maximilian Mann forcefully evokes the ghosts of the 900,000 Russian, Polish, Ukrainian and Baltic captives who were held there between 1932 and 1953, the date of Stalin’s death. German photographers tell the story of this region, this past, and what remains of it.

More than 200,000 of them perished there from starvation, cold and mistreatment, according to gulag historian Nicolas Werth, who also made the trip (The Kolyma Road, Belin, 2012). ?An archeology of disaster, he remembers. There are less and less vestiges. Only ghost towns remain, remnants of disused factories or thermal power stations, stone structures which were not in the majority at the time.. »

Igor Gabydullin, 52, smokes in his hovel in Kyubume, Yakutia.  Since the fall of the Soviet Union, the workers who built the roads have left, and he lives there alone, without electricity, more than 150 kilometers from the nearest village.

The wooden huts of zeks disappeared. Sometimes, buildings remain, often built by those who, freed from the camps, were to remain in “relegation” in the region. This is the case of the small town of Kadykchan. Now emptied of its population, the city seems lost in the white immensity. The collapse of the Soviet Union precipitated the movement. The few current inhabitants in the villages live as hermits, deprived of access to everything. The isolation is such that even today the rest of Russia is referred to as a « continent » difficult to reach.

Controlling the national narrative

Inhospitable, Kolyma was even more so in the first half of the 20th century.e century. Transported by the Trans-Siberian to Vladivostock, tens of thousands of prisoners then had to be transported by boat to Magadan, the capital of the region, in appalling conditions, in order to be used as labor in the mines. After the discovery of gold deposits, Kolyma, placed under direct control of Moscow, and dependent on Dalstroi, the organization created in November 1931 in charge of its exploitation, became the first destination of the victims of the purges. Many did not even arrive at their destination, such as Ossip Mandelstam, one of the most famous Russian poets who died while transiting Vladisvostock in 1938.

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) [summary] => By Isabelle Mandraud Posted yesterday at 05:43, updated yesterday at 09:32 Reserved for our subscribers In images, in picturesKolyma, an icy desert in northeastern Russia, is synonymous with the worst hours in Soviet history. The path that leads there was built from 1932 to 1953 by prisoners who perished there. An abandoned region, where the ... Read more [atom_content] =>
By Isabelle Mandraud

Posted yesterday at 05:43, updated yesterday at 09:32

The itinerary followed by German photographers Maximilian Mann and Ingmar Björn Nolting immerses us in the frozen universe of a territory located at the north-eastern tip of Russia, where temperatures drop below ? 50°C during the endless winter. An icy desert that takes its name, the Kolyma, from the eponymous river over 2,000 kilometers long which flows from south to north.

Dangerous, although renovated since 2015, the road that follows its course requires nerves of steel to cross passes like the Chornyy Prizhim, the ?black prism?. Sometimes called the “Road of Bones”, it was built by gulag prisoners, zeks, sent to this region which has become synonymous with the largest Soviet concentration camp system of the 20the century. Most of them paid with their lives for its construction.

The ghosts of 900,000 captives

The pictures of Road of Bones, the series by Ingmar Björn Nolting and Maximilian Mann forcefully evokes the ghosts of the 900,000 Russian, Polish, Ukrainian and Baltic captives who were held there between 1932 and 1953, the date of Stalin’s death. German photographers tell the story of this region, this past, and what remains of it.

More than 200,000 of them perished there from starvation, cold and mistreatment, according to gulag historian Nicolas Werth, who also made the trip (The Kolyma Road, Belin, 2012). ?An archeology of disaster, he remembers. There are less and less vestiges. Only ghost towns remain, remnants of disused factories or thermal power stations, stone structures which were not in the majority at the time.. »

Igor Gabydullin, 52, smokes in his hovel in Kyubume, Yakutia.  Since the fall of the Soviet Union, the workers who built the roads have left, and he lives there alone, without electricity, more than 150 kilometers from the nearest village.

The wooden huts of zeks disappeared. Sometimes, buildings remain, often built by those who, freed from the camps, were to remain in “relegation” in the region. This is the case of the small town of Kadykchan. Now emptied of its population, the city seems lost in the white immensity. The collapse of the Soviet Union precipitated the movement. The few current inhabitants in the villages live as hermits, deprived of access to everything. The isolation is such that even today the rest of Russia is referred to as a « continent » difficult to reach.

Controlling the national narrative

Inhospitable, Kolyma was even more so in the first half of the 20th century.e century. Transported by the Trans-Siberian to Vladivostock, tens of thousands of prisoners then had to be transported by boat to Magadan, the capital of the region, in appalling conditions, in order to be used as labor in the mines. After the discovery of gold deposits, Kolyma, placed under direct control of Moscow, and dependent on Dalstroi, the organization created in November 1931 in charge of its exploitation, became the first destination of the victims of the purges. Many did not even arrive at their destination, such as Ossip Mandelstam, one of the most famous Russian poets who died while transiting Vladisvostock in 1938.

You have 45.74% of this article left to read. The following is for subscribers only.

[date_timestamp] => 1642669353 ) [2] => Array ( [title] => Enit participates in the 42nd Fitur in Madrid [link] => https://movs.world/magazine/enit-participates-in-the-42nd-fitur-in-madrid/ [dc] => Array ( [creator] => Susan Hally ) [pubdate] => Thu, 20 Jan 2022 03:00:52 +0000 [category] => Magazine42ndEnitFiturMadridparticipates [guid] => https://movs.world/magazine/enit-participates-in-the-42nd-fitur-in-madrid/ [description] => Giorgio Palmucci president of Enit Enit will participate until January 23 at the 42nd edition of the Fitur fair in Madrid with a 323sqm stand. The fair reconfirms itself as one of the largest events in the international tourism sector and plays a key role in the recovery of the sector. The fair will bring ... Read more [content] => Array ( [encoded] =>

Giorgio Palmucci president of Enit

Enit will participate until January 23 at the 42nd edition of the Fitur fair in Madrid with a 323sqm stand. The fair reconfirms itself as one of the largest events in the international tourism sector and plays a key role in the recovery of the sector. The fair will bring together a total of 6,933 participants with the presence of all the autonomous communities, companies and destinations of 107 countries, 70 of which with international representation. Present at the stand were the regions of Campania, Emilia Romagna, the Republic of San Marino, Ita Airways and private tourism operators, for a total of about 40 companies.

Italy, like Spain, is a country with a great tourist vocation and a gateway to Europe for all the Spanish-speaking flows coming from South America. In Madrid it will be an opportunity to deepen the development strategies of the sector and have significant meetings and relationships with the main players in world tourism.

This edition of Fitur also includes a virtual participation through the Fitur LiveConnect platform, which will be operational until February 4th. At the inauguration of the Italy stand the president Enit Giorgio Palmucci and the Italian Ambassador to Spain Riccardo Guariglia. Spanish tourism comforts us on the restart and left us in the pre-pandemic period with great enthusiasm and propensity for Italy. Among the presences of foreigners in Italy in the last five years from 2015 to 2020, Spain ranks at the top with an average of over 5 million admissions. The share of overnight stays by Spanish tourists accounts for approximately 2.5 per cent of the total nights of foreign tourists.

«The presences in Italian hospitality establishments increased by 14.4 per cent. Spanish travelers to Italy are mostly between the ages of 25 and 34 (around 35%). Sales of Spanish organized tourism to Italy are promising. Based on the findings of the ENIT monitoring, for 80% of the tour operators contacted in Spain in the pre-pandemic, the overall sales trend of the Italian destination was more than positive. More than half of Spanish tour operators report increases in sales – says the president Enit Giorgio Palmucci -. Spaniards in Italy are starting to favor non-hotel accommodation: 71 percent of total presences are in hotels, however nights in b & bs, agritourisms, campsites, villages and rental accommodation are growing more, a significant figure of a new trend “.

) [summary] => Giorgio Palmucci president of Enit Enit will participate until January 23 at the 42nd edition of the Fitur fair in Madrid with a 323sqm stand. The fair reconfirms itself as one of the largest events in the international tourism sector and plays a key role in the recovery of the sector. The fair will bring ... Read more [atom_content] =>

Giorgio Palmucci president of Enit

Enit will participate until January 23 at the 42nd edition of the Fitur fair in Madrid with a 323sqm stand. The fair reconfirms itself as one of the largest events in the international tourism sector and plays a key role in the recovery of the sector. The fair will bring together a total of 6,933 participants with the presence of all the autonomous communities, companies and destinations of 107 countries, 70 of which with international representation. Present at the stand were the regions of Campania, Emilia Romagna, the Republic of San Marino, Ita Airways and private tourism operators, for a total of about 40 companies.

Italy, like Spain, is a country with a great tourist vocation and a gateway to Europe for all the Spanish-speaking flows coming from South America. In Madrid it will be an opportunity to deepen the development strategies of the sector and have significant meetings and relationships with the main players in world tourism.

This edition of Fitur also includes a virtual participation through the Fitur LiveConnect platform, which will be operational until February 4th. At the inauguration of the Italy stand the president Enit Giorgio Palmucci and the Italian Ambassador to Spain Riccardo Guariglia. Spanish tourism comforts us on the restart and left us in the pre-pandemic period with great enthusiasm and propensity for Italy. Among the presences of foreigners in Italy in the last five years from 2015 to 2020, Spain ranks at the top with an average of over 5 million admissions. The share of overnight stays by Spanish tourists accounts for approximately 2.5 per cent of the total nights of foreign tourists.

«The presences in Italian hospitality establishments increased by 14.4 per cent. Spanish travelers to Italy are mostly between the ages of 25 and 34 (around 35%). Sales of Spanish organized tourism to Italy are promising. Based on the findings of the ENIT monitoring, for 80% of the tour operators contacted in Spain in the pre-pandemic, the overall sales trend of the Italian destination was more than positive. More than half of Spanish tour operators report increases in sales – says the president Enit Giorgio Palmucci -. Spaniards in Italy are starting to favor non-hotel accommodation: 71 percent of total presences are in hotels, however nights in b & bs, agritourisms, campsites, villages and rental accommodation are growing more, a significant figure of a new trend “.

[date_timestamp] => 1642647652 ) [3] => Array ( [title] => Japan, a key country for Italian exports [link] => https://movs.world/magazine/japan-a-key-country-for-italian-exports/ [dc] => Array ( [creator] => Susan Hally ) [pubdate] => Wed, 19 Jan 2022 20:58:36 +0000 [category] => MagazinecountryexportsItalianJapankey [guid] => https://movs.world/magazine/japan-a-key-country-for-italian-exports/ [description] => The news concerns an analysis conducted on the production and consumption of cheeses and dairy products. Food has produced exclusive content reserved for subscribers from the Weekly newsletter dedicated to the Dairy sector. Fill out the form below to subscribe to the newsletter and read the full version. In early summer 2021, the Japanese Ministry ... Read more [content] => Array ( [encoded] =>

The news concerns an analysis conducted on the production and consumption of cheeses and dairy products. Food has produced exclusive content reserved for subscribers from the Weekly newsletter dedicated to the Dairy sector. Fill out the form below to subscribe to the newsletter and read the full version.

In early summer 2021, the Japanese Ministry of Agriculture announced that the consumption of cheese in 2020/21 (1 May – 30 June) was 360,744 tons, growing for the seventh consecutive year. The Covid-19 crisis, confining the population at home, has supported the demand for this food that is not part of the traditional diet of the population. For the first time in years of regression national cheese production has therefore started to increase again: the increase was 7.1% compared to 2019/20, thus rising to 47,564 tons.

Although it remains well below the level of Western countries, in Japan the growth in the consumption of dairy products continues continuously. This circumstance can also favor the foreign offer of natural cheeses, that is imported for sale and not to be then used by the local industry as an ingredient for processed cheeses. In 2020/21, the percentage of imported natural cheeses in total consumption was 87.9 percent. Italy also took advantage of this situation, confirming in the first eight months of 2021 at slightly higher export levels (+ 1.3%) compared to the previous year, which had already been positive.

Tab. 1 – Exports of cheeses to Japan, by category (in tons)

Source: Agrifood Monitor on Istat data

IT’S BOOM FOR FRESH CHEESES

In a scenario of general retreat of all dairy categories attributable to PDO / PGI (-11.2%), we note the strong growth of fresh unseasoned (+ 22.6%), mozzarella in particular (+ 40%) which generated a turnover of over 17 million euros. Fresh cheeses are conveyed on the retail channel, where there is also competition from the Japanese product of cow’s milk or in the food service, as ingredients for pizza. On the other hand, aged cheeses are also conveyed to the gourmet channel, where they are purchased by people with high purchasing power and knowledge of European cuisine.

FUTURE ROSEO FOR THE DAIRY MADE IN ITALY

Considering that Japan is still struggling to control Covid-19, the continuous advances in consumption strengthen the interest in this market of foreign companies, including Italian ones. Japan began to appreciate dairy products relatively late, because the national diet instead revolves around soy-based foods (tofu and natto, obtained from the fermentation of soybeans). However, the westernization of customs is gradually pushing the Japanese to consume this category of food more than in the past.

In perspective Italian exports will benefit from the Economic Partnership Agreement between Japan and the EU, entered into force on 01.02.2019 with the planning of tariff reductions for all dairy products. 2021 marks the fourth year of its application which provides for the gradual reduction of customs duties, thus improving the competitiveness of the European offer.

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) [summary] => The news concerns an analysis conducted on the production and consumption of cheeses and dairy products. Food has produced exclusive content reserved for subscribers from the Weekly newsletter dedicated to the Dairy sector. Fill out the form below to subscribe to the newsletter and read the full version. In early summer 2021, the Japanese Ministry ... Read more [atom_content] =>

The news concerns an analysis conducted on the production and consumption of cheeses and dairy products. Food has produced exclusive content reserved for subscribers from the Weekly newsletter dedicated to the Dairy sector. Fill out the form below to subscribe to the newsletter and read the full version.

In early summer 2021, the Japanese Ministry of Agriculture announced that the consumption of cheese in 2020/21 (1 May – 30 June) was 360,744 tons, growing for the seventh consecutive year. The Covid-19 crisis, confining the population at home, has supported the demand for this food that is not part of the traditional diet of the population. For the first time in years of regression national cheese production has therefore started to increase again: the increase was 7.1% compared to 2019/20, thus rising to 47,564 tons.

Although it remains well below the level of Western countries, in Japan the growth in the consumption of dairy products continues continuously. This circumstance can also favor the foreign offer of natural cheeses, that is imported for sale and not to be then used by the local industry as an ingredient for processed cheeses. In 2020/21, the percentage of imported natural cheeses in total consumption was 87.9 percent. Italy also took advantage of this situation, confirming in the first eight months of 2021 at slightly higher export levels (+ 1.3%) compared to the previous year, which had already been positive.

Tab. 1 – Exports of cheeses to Japan, by category (in tons)

Source: Agrifood Monitor on Istat data

IT’S BOOM FOR FRESH CHEESES

In a scenario of general retreat of all dairy categories attributable to PDO / PGI (-11.2%), we note the strong growth of fresh unseasoned (+ 22.6%), mozzarella in particular (+ 40%) which generated a turnover of over 17 million euros. Fresh cheeses are conveyed on the retail channel, where there is also competition from the Japanese product of cow’s milk or in the food service, as ingredients for pizza. On the other hand, aged cheeses are also conveyed to the gourmet channel, where they are purchased by people with high purchasing power and knowledge of European cuisine.

FUTURE ROSEO FOR THE DAIRY MADE IN ITALY

Considering that Japan is still struggling to control Covid-19, the continuous advances in consumption strengthen the interest in this market of foreign companies, including Italian ones. Japan began to appreciate dairy products relatively late, because the national diet instead revolves around soy-based foods (tofu and natto, obtained from the fermentation of soybeans). However, the westernization of customs is gradually pushing the Japanese to consume this category of food more than in the past.

In perspective Italian exports will benefit from the Economic Partnership Agreement between Japan and the EU, entered into force on 01.02.2019 with the planning of tariff reductions for all dairy products. 2021 marks the fourth year of its application which provides for the gradual reduction of customs duties, thus improving the competitiveness of the European offer.

© Reproduction Reserved

[date_timestamp] => 1642625916 ) [4] => Array ( [title] => Mature skin care ? what should it look like? ? Anna Lewandowska [link] => https://movs.world/magazine/mature-skin-care-what-should-it-look-like-anna-lewandowska/ [dc] => Array ( [creator] => Susan Hally ) [pubdate] => Wed, 19 Jan 2022 14:56:38 +0000 [category] => MagazineAnnacareLewandowskamatureskin [guid] => https://movs.world/magazine/mature-skin-care-what-should-it-look-like-anna-lewandowska/ [description] => Proper skin care and protection is a well-known topic. But despite the fact that we are bombarded with ads for 40+, 50+ and 60+ creams from all sides, we do not always know what exactly mature skin needs. Today I will tell you how you – or your loved ones – can take care of ... Read more [content] => Array ( [encoded] =>

Proper skin care and protection is a well-known topic. But despite the fact that we are bombarded with ads for 40+, 50+ and 60+ creams from all sides, we do not always know what exactly mature skin needs. Today I will tell you how you – or your loved ones – can take care of it!

Why is mature skin care so important?

Our body changes with age. The young organism does not need much “help” from the outside and is often very good at dealing with problems on its own. However, the older we get, the more we see that not everything is so simple. A bruise that disappears in a teenager in two days lasts for a week with us. One night on an uncomfortable pillow makes life difficult for a good few days.

How does all this relate to the skin? Well, it is largely about its ability to regenerate and maintain hydration! When young, the skin produces a lot of collagen and elastin – proteins that provide its structure, firmness and elasticity. However, with age, there are less and less of them, which is why we can see, for example, a falling oval of the face.

There is no need to wait – do you know that according to some definitions, the skin is already mature at the age of less than 30? It is worth listening to her needs and observing her carefully. And, of course, to provide her with what she needs most. I’m already telling you how to do it!

How to cleanse mature skin?

Let’s start from the beginning – that is, cleansing. Regardless of age, this should be the first step of any care. I know that sometimes we don’t have the strength or inclination, but it is really worth taking care of. Untreated skin will not take care of it as it should, and the accumulated impurities – be it makeup or invisible dust, dust, smog – can cause inflammation.

I personally recommend you here Synbiotic cleansing foam ABSOLUTE PURE (NESS). It is incredibly mild and delicate, but ruthless with regard to pollution. It will easily remove from the skin what should not be found on it, but at the same time will not damage its hydrolipid coat, which prevents (among other things) excessive loss of water through the epidermis. Moreover, thanks to the content prebiotics and probiotics the foam will support the natural, friendly bacterial microflora of the skin – thanks to this, it will be easier for it to fight potential threats from the outside!

Mature skin – which cream to choose?

A regular moisturizing cream may be enough for a teenager’s skin, but the older the skin is, the more it will appreciate the rich, versatile composition and comprehensive care. Although it may mean that you will have to add an extra step to your evening and morning rituals from time to time, your skin will definitely be grateful for it!

For starters, it’s worth starting with the basics, i.e. a good cream that will moisturize the skin well and give it additional “power” to fight against unfavorable external factors. Reach for SMART SPLASH, an ultra-moisturizing adaptogenic cream that will support your skin and moisturize it on many levels!

You know for sure that sometimes it is good to treat yourself to a slightly more demanding training – sometimes your skin will need a little more intensive care. That is why I recommend you a cosmetic that you only need to use 2-3 times a week to see amazing effects. What I mean an instantly beautifying mask PUMP UP THE BEAUTY!, which nourishes, brightens and evens out the skin tone of the face, neck and décolleté. It also contains plant extracts that provide it with a lifting and anti-wrinkle effect!

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Serum for mature skin – which one to choose?

I have one more trick to nourish the skin wonderfully – this serum! Mature skin, which likes rich and comprehensive cosmetics, will surely love the extra portion of vitamins and nutrients. I recommend you anti-stress serum FLOWER YOURSELF in the form of a so-called “dry oil”. Not only does it have vitamin C, deeply moisturizing squalane or strong antioxidants, but also a sensational formula.

Dry oil absorbs quickly and leaves no slippery layer on the skin. This makes it perfect as a base for cream or makeup, but also as an independent product when you want to pamper your skin.

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Take care of mature skin with PHLOV!

Mature skin has gone through a lot with you – you’ve been together for some time, and that’s why it’s worth taking good care of it. Do not hesitate to reach for Phlov cosmetics – be it for yourself or for a loved one. You will surely find one perfect for a gift, such as for Grandma’s Day.

Just remember that age is not important in the selection of cosmetics, but individual skin needs. This is what drives us and the entire Phlov team when we create our formulas. Thanks to this, you can focus on providing the skin with what it needs the most – because each cosmetic is suitable for skin of any age ?

) [summary] => Proper skin care and protection is a well-known topic. But despite the fact that we are bombarded with ads for 40+, 50+ and 60+ creams from all sides, we do not always know what exactly mature skin needs. Today I will tell you how you – or your loved ones – can take care of ... Read more [atom_content] =>

Proper skin care and protection is a well-known topic. But despite the fact that we are bombarded with ads for 40+, 50+ and 60+ creams from all sides, we do not always know what exactly mature skin needs. Today I will tell you how you – or your loved ones – can take care of it!

Why is mature skin care so important?

Our body changes with age. The young organism does not need much “help” from the outside and is often very good at dealing with problems on its own. However, the older we get, the more we see that not everything is so simple. A bruise that disappears in a teenager in two days lasts for a week with us. One night on an uncomfortable pillow makes life difficult for a good few days.

How does all this relate to the skin? Well, it is largely about its ability to regenerate and maintain hydration! When young, the skin produces a lot of collagen and elastin – proteins that provide its structure, firmness and elasticity. However, with age, there are less and less of them, which is why we can see, for example, a falling oval of the face.

There is no need to wait – do you know that according to some definitions, the skin is already mature at the age of less than 30? It is worth listening to her needs and observing her carefully. And, of course, to provide her with what she needs most. I’m already telling you how to do it!

How to cleanse mature skin?

Let’s start from the beginning – that is, cleansing. Regardless of age, this should be the first step of any care. I know that sometimes we don’t have the strength or inclination, but it is really worth taking care of. Untreated skin will not take care of it as it should, and the accumulated impurities – be it makeup or invisible dust, dust, smog – can cause inflammation.

I personally recommend you here Synbiotic cleansing foam ABSOLUTE PURE (NESS). It is incredibly mild and delicate, but ruthless with regard to pollution. It will easily remove from the skin what should not be found on it, but at the same time will not damage its hydrolipid coat, which prevents (among other things) excessive loss of water through the epidermis. Moreover, thanks to the content prebiotics and probiotics the foam will support the natural, friendly bacterial microflora of the skin – thanks to this, it will be easier for it to fight potential threats from the outside!

Mature skin – which cream to choose?

A regular moisturizing cream may be enough for a teenager’s skin, but the older the skin is, the more it will appreciate the rich, versatile composition and comprehensive care. Although it may mean that you will have to add an extra step to your evening and morning rituals from time to time, your skin will definitely be grateful for it!

For starters, it’s worth starting with the basics, i.e. a good cream that will moisturize the skin well and give it additional “power” to fight against unfavorable external factors. Reach for SMART SPLASH, an ultra-moisturizing adaptogenic cream that will support your skin and moisturize it on many levels!

You know for sure that sometimes it is good to treat yourself to a slightly more demanding training – sometimes your skin will need a little more intensive care. That is why I recommend you a cosmetic that you only need to use 2-3 times a week to see amazing effects. What I mean an instantly beautifying mask PUMP UP THE BEAUTY!, which nourishes, brightens and evens out the skin tone of the face, neck and décolleté. It also contains plant extracts that provide it with a lifting and anti-wrinkle effect!

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Serum for mature skin – which one to choose?

I have one more trick to nourish the skin wonderfully – this serum! Mature skin, which likes rich and comprehensive cosmetics, will surely love the extra portion of vitamins and nutrients. I recommend you anti-stress serum FLOWER YOURSELF in the form of a so-called “dry oil”. Not only does it have vitamin C, deeply moisturizing squalane or strong antioxidants, but also a sensational formula.

Dry oil absorbs quickly and leaves no slippery layer on the skin. This makes it perfect as a base for cream or makeup, but also as an independent product when you want to pamper your skin.

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Take care of mature skin with PHLOV!

Mature skin has gone through a lot with you – you’ve been together for some time, and that’s why it’s worth taking good care of it. Do not hesitate to reach for Phlov cosmetics – be it for yourself or for a loved one. You will surely find one perfect for a gift, such as for Grandma’s Day.

Just remember that age is not important in the selection of cosmetics, but individual skin needs. This is what drives us and the entire Phlov team when we create our formulas. Thanks to this, you can focus on providing the skin with what it needs the most – because each cosmetic is suitable for skin of any age ?

[date_timestamp] => 1642604198 ) [5] => Array ( [title] => Craftsmanship makes its techno revolution [link] => https://movs.world/magazine/craftsmanship-makes-its-techno-revolution/ [dc] => Array ( [creator] => Susan Hally ) [pubdate] => Wed, 19 Jan 2022 11:55:23 +0000 [category] => Magazinecraftsmanshiprevolutiontechno [guid] => https://movs.world/magazine/craftsmanship-makes-its-techno-revolution/ [description] => The Entropy radiator by Nicolas Pinon and Dimitry Hlinka. NICHOLAS PINON This is the story of a radiator that travels across Europe like the Olympic flame, exhibited by the Bettencourt Schueller Foundation in Paris, in October 2021, at the De mains de maîtres biennial, in Luxembourg, in November, before the ?Homo Faber? arts and crafts ... Read more [content] => Array ( [encoded] =>

This is the story of a radiator that travels across Europe like the Olympic flame, exhibited by the Bettencourt Schueller Foundation in Paris, in October 2021, at the De mains de maîtres biennial, in Luxembourg, in November, before the ?Homo Faber? arts and crafts exhibition, scheduled from April 10 to 1is May, in Venice, Italy. His particuliarity ? It was made from 3D printed soybean oil resin and coated with about fifty layers of vegetable lacquer, which is heat resistant. In other words, it combines 10,000-year-old know-how born in Asia and the technologies of this new millennium.

Baptized Entropy, the object is the co-creation of Nicolas Pinon, 40, lacquerer trained with a great master in Japan, and Dimitry Hlinka, 30, designer from the National School of Industrial Design – Les Ateliers ( ENSCI), in Paris. Together, they designed a tea service, and this biodegradable radiator which renews the forms of the everyday object: the purity of its lines ? supposed to evoke a wave of heat ? allows it to sit enthroned in the middle of the living room without blushing. Except that, precisely, it literally blushes: from black, it changes to carmine when the hot water passes through it.

Hybridization of materials

A playful-magical aspect skilfully matured. “We had the idea of ??exploiting thermochromy, the ability of certain materials to change color depending on the temperature, and bought pigments that I introduced under the lacquer, explains Nicolas Pinon. This technique borrowed from the paint industry, we have drawn it towards crafts. »

The duo will soon present a new, equally innovative radiator: a plate made of fabric and lacquer, slightly wavy ?like a flag in the wind?. This heating sculpture can be hung on the wall, or placed on the ground, and will be more efficient in terms of heat than the previous one (up to 60 degrees). ?Our goal is to create functional pieces, claims Nicolas Pinon, but these remain exceptional objects, because only 100 to 200 ml are harvested per year and per tree of irushi sap, which is used for lacquer. And this ancestral process ? with hand sanding between each coat ? is time-consuming? (450 hours of work for the Entropy radiator).

Failing to flood the market, this household appliance moves the lines between craftsmanship and design. In the XVIIIe century already, the British Arts and Crafts movement had spiced up the decorative arts with blows of craftsmanship, inviting in particular to integrate natural materials, even poor, like straw, in everyday objects. In this new millennium, it is the craftsmen who, thanks to science and new technologies, are giving a boost to industry.

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) [summary] => The Entropy radiator by Nicolas Pinon and Dimitry Hlinka. NICHOLAS PINON This is the story of a radiator that travels across Europe like the Olympic flame, exhibited by the Bettencourt Schueller Foundation in Paris, in October 2021, at the De mains de maîtres biennial, in Luxembourg, in November, before the ?Homo Faber? arts and crafts ... Read more [atom_content] =>

This is the story of a radiator that travels across Europe like the Olympic flame, exhibited by the Bettencourt Schueller Foundation in Paris, in October 2021, at the De mains de maîtres biennial, in Luxembourg, in November, before the ?Homo Faber? arts and crafts exhibition, scheduled from April 10 to 1is May, in Venice, Italy. His particuliarity ? It was made from 3D printed soybean oil resin and coated with about fifty layers of vegetable lacquer, which is heat resistant. In other words, it combines 10,000-year-old know-how born in Asia and the technologies of this new millennium.

Baptized Entropy, the object is the co-creation of Nicolas Pinon, 40, lacquerer trained with a great master in Japan, and Dimitry Hlinka, 30, designer from the National School of Industrial Design – Les Ateliers ( ENSCI), in Paris. Together, they designed a tea service, and this biodegradable radiator which renews the forms of the everyday object: the purity of its lines ? supposed to evoke a wave of heat ? allows it to sit enthroned in the middle of the living room without blushing. Except that, precisely, it literally blushes: from black, it changes to carmine when the hot water passes through it.

Hybridization of materials

A playful-magical aspect skilfully matured. “We had the idea of ??exploiting thermochromy, the ability of certain materials to change color depending on the temperature, and bought pigments that I introduced under the lacquer, explains Nicolas Pinon. This technique borrowed from the paint industry, we have drawn it towards crafts. »

The duo will soon present a new, equally innovative radiator: a plate made of fabric and lacquer, slightly wavy ?like a flag in the wind?. This heating sculpture can be hung on the wall, or placed on the ground, and will be more efficient in terms of heat than the previous one (up to 60 degrees). ?Our goal is to create functional pieces, claims Nicolas Pinon, but these remain exceptional objects, because only 100 to 200 ml are harvested per year and per tree of irushi sap, which is used for lacquer. And this ancestral process ? with hand sanding between each coat ? is time-consuming? (450 hours of work for the Entropy radiator).

Failing to flood the market, this household appliance moves the lines between craftsmanship and design. In the XVIIIe century already, the British Arts and Crafts movement had spiced up the decorative arts with blows of craftsmanship, inviting in particular to integrate natural materials, even poor, like straw, in everyday objects. In this new millennium, it is the craftsmen who, thanks to science and new technologies, are giving a boost to industry.

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[date_timestamp] => 1642593323 ) [6] => Array ( [title] => Fashionismo list: 10 beachwear stores [link] => https://movs.world/magazine/fashionismo-list-10-beachwear-stores/ [dc] => Array ( [creator] => Susan Hally ) [pubdate] => Wed, 19 Jan 2022 05:53:24 +0000 [category] => MagazinebeachwearFashionismoliststores [guid] => https://movs.world/magazine/fashionismo-list-10-beachwear-stores/ [description] => Taking advantage of this new layout and Fashionismo era to start a series of posts segmented by theme! A subject x, service and little subject! Tips for stores, websites, ecommerces, News, classics, favorites and discoveries! Starting with the topic of the moment: bikini, bathing suit, going out to the beach? too hot and not enough ... Read more [content] => Array ( [encoded] =>

Taking advantage of this new layout and Fashionismo era to start a series of posts segmented by theme! A subject x, service and little subject! Tips for stores, websites, ecommerces, News, classics, favorites and discoveries! Starting with the topic of the moment: bikini, bathing suit, going out to the beach? too hot and not enough clothes! Come to my selection of places for you to buy bikinis and cia!

C&A: In terms of fast fashion, C&A is my favorite of bikinis and especially swimsuits, very modern, different, comfortable ones. They always launch special collections and still have a very democratic grid, which is essential these days.

TRIYA: One of my favorite swimwear brands! I LOVE the prints, they are always cool, colorful, interesting and always the face of summer. I also like some special collections, like the current ones from Frida and the super trendy pink restaurant in New York, Pietro Nolita, and his ?Pink as Fuck?. It’s not cheap, but it’s that bikini of the season!

ADRIANA DEGREAS: Do you want the most chic bikini, swimsuit or beach outfit ever? I’m fascinated by the brand, I think it’s super chic and the epitome of Brazil out there (which, technically, is rarely seen on real Brazilian beaches). I also love that they have such beautiful dresses. Anyway, for those who want to spend a little more for a special beach ? or iatcheira ? occasion.

HAIGHT: Super cool and very minimal carioca brand. For those who don’t like frills or exaggerations, the brand has an almost normcore footprint, but with powerful and sexy modeling. I’ve never used any of them, but they say it’s an impeccable cut. Pause that the brand has the most beautiful photos and also a kids version, I want it!

PURA SWIMWEAR: Another super cool, elegant carioca brand from the city’s new crop. I really like the color chart they use. Honorable mention for the brand’s clothes, perfect for that chic and comfortable post-beach outing.

GALPĂO 51: Another carioca brand of the new generation. I was delighted with the prints, from prints ŕ la liberty to tie-dye, including cuts and cutouts. To keep an eye out.

SALINAS: Classic carioca! I think my first teenage bikini was Salinas and that’s how it went on for a whole young and cool generation looking for the hit print on Rio’s beaches. It had been a while since I visited the brand, but I went in the other day and saw more classics than ~modernities, but still with that unique quality of someone who has a bikini for much longer than a season.

CIA MARÍTIMA: Another super classic and unfailing brand. Full of prints, colors and patterns. It is worth keeping an eye on partnerships, beach outings and items that complete the summer look.

JANIERO BODY OF COLORS: Known for its neon colors, for its sexy models, but still comfortable. It was one of the first brands, which I remember, that began to expand the range and bring women with bodies outside the current standard in their photos, whether campaign or e-commerce. I don’t have any of them, but they all seem to be of good quality and at an ok price!

LEFAH: This brand was found on Instagram, I was impressed with the pieces, especially the prints! For those who like colors, many different colors and prints, it is worth knowing.

Wait that soon we will have another good thematic selection in our FASHIONISM LIST

) [summary] => Taking advantage of this new layout and Fashionismo era to start a series of posts segmented by theme! A subject x, service and little subject! Tips for stores, websites, ecommerces, News, classics, favorites and discoveries! Starting with the topic of the moment: bikini, bathing suit, going out to the beach? too hot and not enough ... Read more [atom_content] =>

Taking advantage of this new layout and Fashionismo era to start a series of posts segmented by theme! A subject x, service and little subject! Tips for stores, websites, ecommerces, News, classics, favorites and discoveries! Starting with the topic of the moment: bikini, bathing suit, going out to the beach? too hot and not enough clothes! Come to my selection of places for you to buy bikinis and cia!

C&A: In terms of fast fashion, C&A is my favorite of bikinis and especially swimsuits, very modern, different, comfortable ones. They always launch special collections and still have a very democratic grid, which is essential these days.

TRIYA: One of my favorite swimwear brands! I LOVE the prints, they are always cool, colorful, interesting and always the face of summer. I also like some special collections, like the current ones from Frida and the super trendy pink restaurant in New York, Pietro Nolita, and his ?Pink as Fuck?. It’s not cheap, but it’s that bikini of the season!

ADRIANA DEGREAS: Do you want the most chic bikini, swimsuit or beach outfit ever? I’m fascinated by the brand, I think it’s super chic and the epitome of Brazil out there (which, technically, is rarely seen on real Brazilian beaches). I also love that they have such beautiful dresses. Anyway, for those who want to spend a little more for a special beach ? or iatcheira ? occasion.

HAIGHT: Super cool and very minimal carioca brand. For those who don’t like frills or exaggerations, the brand has an almost normcore footprint, but with powerful and sexy modeling. I’ve never used any of them, but they say it’s an impeccable cut. Pause that the brand has the most beautiful photos and also a kids version, I want it!

PURA SWIMWEAR: Another super cool, elegant carioca brand from the city’s new crop. I really like the color chart they use. Honorable mention for the brand’s clothes, perfect for that chic and comfortable post-beach outing.

GALPĂO 51: Another carioca brand of the new generation. I was delighted with the prints, from prints ŕ la liberty to tie-dye, including cuts and cutouts. To keep an eye out.

SALINAS: Classic carioca! I think my first teenage bikini was Salinas and that’s how it went on for a whole young and cool generation looking for the hit print on Rio’s beaches. It had been a while since I visited the brand, but I went in the other day and saw more classics than ~modernities, but still with that unique quality of someone who has a bikini for much longer than a season.

CIA MARÍTIMA: Another super classic and unfailing brand. Full of prints, colors and patterns. It is worth keeping an eye on partnerships, beach outings and items that complete the summer look.

JANIERO BODY OF COLORS: Known for its neon colors, for its sexy models, but still comfortable. It was one of the first brands, which I remember, that began to expand the range and bring women with bodies outside the current standard in their photos, whether campaign or e-commerce. I don’t have any of them, but they all seem to be of good quality and at an ok price!

LEFAH: This brand was found on Instagram, I was impressed with the pieces, especially the prints! For those who like colors, many different colors and prints, it is worth knowing.

Wait that soon we will have another good thematic selection in our FASHIONISM LIST

[date_timestamp] => 1642571604 ) [7] => Array ( [title] => Valtur arrives in Greece and launches the Valtur Creta Aquila Rithymna Beach [link] => https://movs.world/magazine/valtur-arrives-in-greece-and-launches-the-valtur-creta-aquila-rithymna-beach/ [dc] => Array ( [creator] => Susan Hally ) [pubdate] => Wed, 19 Jan 2022 02:52:36 +0000 [category] => MagazineAquilaarrivesbeachCretaGreecelaunchesRithymnaValtur [guid] => https://movs.world/magazine/valtur-arrives-in-greece-and-launches-the-valtur-creta-aquila-rithymna-beach/ [description] => Emmer Guerra After two years of activities strongly focused on the destination Italy, Greece is at the center of Valtur’s Mediterranean projects, which announces its debut in Hellenic land with a product of great caliber: the brand lands, in fact, on the shores of the ‘Aegean with the Valtur Creta Aquila Rithymna Beach. The arrival ... Read more [content] => Array ( [encoded] =>

Emmer Guerra

After two years of activities strongly focused on the destination Italy, Greece is at the center of Valtur’s Mediterranean projects, which announces its debut in Hellenic land with a product of great caliber: the brand lands, in fact, on the shores of the ‘Aegean with the Valtur Creta Aquila Rithymna Beach.

The arrival on the largest Greek island is the result of an agreement with a leading player on the world hotel scene such as the Aquila Hotel & Resorts group, which with the decision to affiliate with Valtur recognized its international prestige and a strong affinity in the target. of Italian customers.

«Greece is an essential destination for the Mediterranean offer and for our corporate vision which aims to bring excellent products to international tourist destinations. For this reason, we are very pleased to have further consolidated our partnership with the Aquila Hotel & Resorts hotel chain which recognized solidity, ability to read the market and a corporate vision connected with the future in the project linked to the Valtur brand. The ensemble is a product of great quality, renowned and prestigious and in combination with our exclusive format it will be a highly prominent actor for next season », comments Emmer Guerra, foreign product manager of the Nicolaus group.

The 5-star Valtur Creta Aquila Rithymna Beach resort is characterized by an excellent level of service and a Premium All Inclusive formula similar to that of the top hotels in the Caribbean. Recently subject to improvements both in the rooms and in the common areas, it is recognized worldwide as a prestigious property not only on the island of Crete, but throughout the Mediterranean.

Strategic position in the western part of the island, on the side of the most famous beaches of the Aegean Sea – Elafonissi, Falasarna Balos, Gramvousa – and near landscape jewels such as the Samaria Gorge, ideal for trekking lovers, or in the south of ‘Island with its unexplored coasts.

The complex, a Travelife international member for its 360 ° sustainability concept, develops on a very long and very wide beach, chosen by the Caretta Caretta turtles to lay their eggs and where the lessons of Valtur marine biologists will involve adults and children to understand the particularity of the ecosystem lies in which the resort.

Among the most appreciated pluses, the Aegeo Spas wellness center, truly complete and ideal for moments of relaxation and getting back into shape.

Isabella Candelori

«This operation is a carefully thought out move: the Greek debut of the brand, postponed due to the pandemic, takes place at a time of profound evolution that is affecting our brand. Also for this reason, we were waiting to sign an important partnership abroad, with a group capable of understanding our development project and oriented to create a synergy that goes beyond the simple acquisition of rooms. We therefore introduce ourselves to the market, affiliating to the Valtur brand a resort capable of satisfying the needs of a clientele wishing to experience a stay in a structure that is proposed as a microcosm of beauty and services; a world that knows how to be self-sufficient, but, at the same time, also capable of communicating with the richness of the surrounding context, of enchanting richness », comments Gaetano Stea, product director of the Nicolaus group.

Valtur customers will have at their disposal a dedicated restaurant with an Italian chef, specialized in the concept of catering dear to the brand’s format, which will make the gastronomic offer of this wonderful resort even richer to savor the specialties of Greek cuisine and the best than the international one. Great attention to intolerances and alternative cuisines, just to name a few additions to the food & beverage offer.

The sports offer is also excellent, suitable for all tastes with tennis courts, five-a-side football and multifunctional courts and numerous beach activities.

«At the distribution level, investments for flights aimed at satisfying the increasing demand from all Italian airports are also important. The entry of the different possibilities made available by the new dynamic flight selection system will provide customers with unexpected opportunities to fly from any airport, with any carrier and on any day of the week; a great plus capable of making the difference in a highly competitive market and looking for flexible and customized solutions », concludes Isabella Candelori, Sales Director of the group.

) [summary] => Emmer Guerra After two years of activities strongly focused on the destination Italy, Greece is at the center of Valtur’s Mediterranean projects, which announces its debut in Hellenic land with a product of great caliber: the brand lands, in fact, on the shores of the ‘Aegean with the Valtur Creta Aquila Rithymna Beach. The arrival ... Read more [atom_content] =>

Emmer Guerra

After two years of activities strongly focused on the destination Italy, Greece is at the center of Valtur’s Mediterranean projects, which announces its debut in Hellenic land with a product of great caliber: the brand lands, in fact, on the shores of the ‘Aegean with the Valtur Creta Aquila Rithymna Beach.

The arrival on the largest Greek island is the result of an agreement with a leading player on the world hotel scene such as the Aquila Hotel & Resorts group, which with the decision to affiliate with Valtur recognized its international prestige and a strong affinity in the target. of Italian customers.

«Greece is an essential destination for the Mediterranean offer and for our corporate vision which aims to bring excellent products to international tourist destinations. For this reason, we are very pleased to have further consolidated our partnership with the Aquila Hotel & Resorts hotel chain which recognized solidity, ability to read the market and a corporate vision connected with the future in the project linked to the Valtur brand. The ensemble is a product of great quality, renowned and prestigious and in combination with our exclusive format it will be a highly prominent actor for next season », comments Emmer Guerra, foreign product manager of the Nicolaus group.

The 5-star Valtur Creta Aquila Rithymna Beach resort is characterized by an excellent level of service and a Premium All Inclusive formula similar to that of the top hotels in the Caribbean. Recently subject to improvements both in the rooms and in the common areas, it is recognized worldwide as a prestigious property not only on the island of Crete, but throughout the Mediterranean.

Strategic position in the western part of the island, on the side of the most famous beaches of the Aegean Sea – Elafonissi, Falasarna Balos, Gramvousa – and near landscape jewels such as the Samaria Gorge, ideal for trekking lovers, or in the south of ‘Island with its unexplored coasts.

The complex, a Travelife international member for its 360 ° sustainability concept, develops on a very long and very wide beach, chosen by the Caretta Caretta turtles to lay their eggs and where the lessons of Valtur marine biologists will involve adults and children to understand the particularity of the ecosystem lies in which the resort.

Among the most appreciated pluses, the Aegeo Spas wellness center, truly complete and ideal for moments of relaxation and getting back into shape.

Isabella Candelori

«This operation is a carefully thought out move: the Greek debut of the brand, postponed due to the pandemic, takes place at a time of profound evolution that is affecting our brand. Also for this reason, we were waiting to sign an important partnership abroad, with a group capable of understanding our development project and oriented to create a synergy that goes beyond the simple acquisition of rooms. We therefore introduce ourselves to the market, affiliating to the Valtur brand a resort capable of satisfying the needs of a clientele wishing to experience a stay in a structure that is proposed as a microcosm of beauty and services; a world that knows how to be self-sufficient, but, at the same time, also capable of communicating with the richness of the surrounding context, of enchanting richness », comments Gaetano Stea, product director of the Nicolaus group.

Valtur customers will have at their disposal a dedicated restaurant with an Italian chef, specialized in the concept of catering dear to the brand’s format, which will make the gastronomic offer of this wonderful resort even richer to savor the specialties of Greek cuisine and the best than the international one. Great attention to intolerances and alternative cuisines, just to name a few additions to the food & beverage offer.

The sports offer is also excellent, suitable for all tastes with tennis courts, five-a-side football and multifunctional courts and numerous beach activities.

«At the distribution level, investments for flights aimed at satisfying the increasing demand from all Italian airports are also important. The entry of the different possibilities made available by the new dynamic flight selection system will provide customers with unexpected opportunities to fly from any airport, with any carrier and on any day of the week; a great plus capable of making the difference in a highly competitive market and looking for flexible and customized solutions », concludes Isabella Candelori, Sales Director of the group.

[date_timestamp] => 1642560756 ) [8] => Array ( [title] => ?My photos are a metaphor for performing arts? [link] => https://movs.world/magazine/my-photos-are-a-metaphor-for-performing-arts/ [dc] => Array ( [creator] => Susan Hally ) [pubdate] => Tue, 18 Jan 2022 17:49:29 +0000 [category] => MagazineArtsmetaphorperformingphotos [guid] => https://movs.world/magazine/my-photos-are-a-metaphor-for-performing-arts/ [description] => A photo taken in England by actress Sabine Azéma. SABINE AZEMA ?I never go out without my camera. I constantly take images of what surrounds me, on the spot or that I compose, with only one requirement: I systematically seek the interplay between a setting and a person, to provoke a surprise. My photos are ... Read more [content] => Array ( [encoded] =>

?I never go out without my camera. I constantly take images of what surrounds me, on the spot or that I compose, with only one requirement: I systematically seek the interplay between a setting and a person, to provoke a surprise. My photos are in this a metaphor for the professions of the show, where one tries to arouse an emotion in others, whether it is a smile or tears.

This image in particular represents the unexpected, and I am one of the actors, like Pierre Arditi or André Dussollier, who likes the unexpected. I always wait for the little miracle when I play, that magical moment that I also like to capture in everyday life with my photos. I like accented real?

?As a child, my father, a lawyer, brought back to my sisters and me Beatles records, Scottish kilts, Shetland sweaters that made me love England. »

I chose this shot because it shows sublime legs. These athletic legs extend the face of a taxi driver who could almost be posing. This fortuitous arrangement reminds me of my childhood. You know, when you’re little, you don’t doubt anything. When I was a child, as I ran very fast, I told myself that when I grew up, I would have the choice between a career as an athlete ? I wanted to make the Olympics ? or as a theater actress?

This image, I took it a few years ago during a stay in England, it is inspired by the universe of Martin Parr, one of my favorite photographers, in front of The Wallace Collection museum, in London. I love this country very much.

Read also Thomas Jolly, director: “When my grandmother first entered the set, I cried in torrents”

As a child, my father, a lawyer, brought back to my sisters and me Beatles records, Scottish kilts, Shetland sweaters which made me love England so much that I registered for a English after my baccalaureate and then I traveled there a lot, notably in the footsteps of Lewis Carroll, about whom I made a documentary. Then I spent several months in the town of Scarborough, Yorkshire, preparing Smoking/No Smoking, by Alain Resnais, an adaptation of eight plays by playwright Alan Ayckbourn.

The Taste of M

Before the pandemic, I very often went to London for the pleasure of going to the National Theater bookshop to buy theatrical works, exhibition catalogs and other beautiful books to give directors ideas. There has thus been talk of David Hockney lending paintings for Resnais’ film Love, drink and sing… It ultimately didn’t happen. At the moment, I’m unhappy, I only dream of going back there and rediscovering the smell of scones, chicken pies, and spending my days aboard a London taxi…”

The place of another, by Aurelia Georges. With Sabine Azéma and Lyna Khoudri. In theaters January 19.

) [summary] => A photo taken in England by actress Sabine Azéma. SABINE AZEMA ?I never go out without my camera. I constantly take images of what surrounds me, on the spot or that I compose, with only one requirement: I systematically seek the interplay between a setting and a person, to provoke a surprise. My photos are ... Read more [atom_content] =>

?I never go out without my camera. I constantly take images of what surrounds me, on the spot or that I compose, with only one requirement: I systematically seek the interplay between a setting and a person, to provoke a surprise. My photos are in this a metaphor for the professions of the show, where one tries to arouse an emotion in others, whether it is a smile or tears.

This image in particular represents the unexpected, and I am one of the actors, like Pierre Arditi or André Dussollier, who likes the unexpected. I always wait for the little miracle when I play, that magical moment that I also like to capture in everyday life with my photos. I like accented real?

?As a child, my father, a lawyer, brought back to my sisters and me Beatles records, Scottish kilts, Shetland sweaters that made me love England. »

I chose this shot because it shows sublime legs. These athletic legs extend the face of a taxi driver who could almost be posing. This fortuitous arrangement reminds me of my childhood. You know, when you’re little, you don’t doubt anything. When I was a child, as I ran very fast, I told myself that when I grew up, I would have the choice between a career as an athlete ? I wanted to make the Olympics ? or as a theater actress?

This image, I took it a few years ago during a stay in England, it is inspired by the universe of Martin Parr, one of my favorite photographers, in front of The Wallace Collection museum, in London. I love this country very much.

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As a child, my father, a lawyer, brought back to my sisters and me Beatles records, Scottish kilts, Shetland sweaters which made me love England so much that I registered for a English after my baccalaureate and then I traveled there a lot, notably in the footsteps of Lewis Carroll, about whom I made a documentary. Then I spent several months in the town of Scarborough, Yorkshire, preparing Smoking/No Smoking, by Alain Resnais, an adaptation of eight plays by playwright Alan Ayckbourn.

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Before the pandemic, I very often went to London for the pleasure of going to the National Theater bookshop to buy theatrical works, exhibition catalogs and other beautiful books to give directors ideas. There has thus been talk of David Hockney lending paintings for Resnais’ film Love, drink and sing… It ultimately didn’t happen. At the moment, I’m unhappy, I only dream of going back there and rediscovering the smell of scones, chicken pies, and spending my days aboard a London taxi…”

The place of another, by Aurelia Georges. With Sabine Azéma and Lyna Khoudri. In theaters January 19.

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Andrea Vannucci

Maldives marketing and public relations corporation- Visit Maldives has launched a multi-channel marketing campaign in collaboration with the tour operator Sporting Holidays.

The campaign, active until February, includes a series of web marketing and social media advertising activities that will also involve various online and print channels. This initiative, designed to enhance the strengths of the destination compared to the expectations of the Italian market, aims to position the Maldives as a destination of the heart in relation to the main market segments: honeymoons, wellness, luxury, diving and water sports. A focus that intends to facilitate the trade in proposing and selling the Maldives as a “safe” paradise, also thanks to the rigorous security measures adopted in the resorts of the various atolls.

Despite the several months of blockade and the consequent temporary closure of the borders, in 2020 Italy was classified as 4th source market with 46,690 arrivals (in 2019 there were 136,343, with our country 3rd reference market). As of December 1, the Maldives welcomed 1,320,000 tourists, including over 27,000 Italians.

“Through this important initiative shared with the Maldives Tourist Board we intend to strengthen and enrich our institutional campaign already active for some years on important newspapers” – he explains Andrea Vannucci, general manager of Sporting Holidays, who adds – ?Even during the lockdown period, in fact, we decided not to interrupt that communication process aimed at making potential customers dream even when it was actually forbidden to travel. A commitment today rewarded by numbers which, thanks to the recent opening of the corridors towards the Maldives, give us hope for a recovery of pre-pandemic volumes already by 2023 ».

On the strength of a brand positioning consolidated over the years, developing important flows towards the Indian Ocean and the Middle East, in the course of 2020 the Roman operator managed to create and nurture a travel community with the social involvement of over 1,000 travel agencies scattered around. throughout the national territory.

) [summary] => Andrea Vannucci Maldives marketing and public relations corporation- Visit Maldives has launched a multi-channel marketing campaign in collaboration with the tour operator Sporting Holidays. The campaign, active until February, includes a series of web marketing and social media advertising activities that will also involve various online and print channels. This initiative, designed to enhance the ... Read more [atom_content] =>

Andrea Vannucci

Maldives marketing and public relations corporation- Visit Maldives has launched a multi-channel marketing campaign in collaboration with the tour operator Sporting Holidays.

The campaign, active until February, includes a series of web marketing and social media advertising activities that will also involve various online and print channels. This initiative, designed to enhance the strengths of the destination compared to the expectations of the Italian market, aims to position the Maldives as a destination of the heart in relation to the main market segments: honeymoons, wellness, luxury, diving and water sports. A focus that intends to facilitate the trade in proposing and selling the Maldives as a “safe” paradise, also thanks to the rigorous security measures adopted in the resorts of the various atolls.

Despite the several months of blockade and the consequent temporary closure of the borders, in 2020 Italy was classified as 4th source market with 46,690 arrivals (in 2019 there were 136,343, with our country 3rd reference market). As of December 1, the Maldives welcomed 1,320,000 tourists, including over 27,000 Italians.

“Through this important initiative shared with the Maldives Tourist Board we intend to strengthen and enrich our institutional campaign already active for some years on important newspapers” – he explains Andrea Vannucci, general manager of Sporting Holidays, who adds – ?Even during the lockdown period, in fact, we decided not to interrupt that communication process aimed at making potential customers dream even when it was actually forbidden to travel. A commitment today rewarded by numbers which, thanks to the recent opening of the corridors towards the Maldives, give us hope for a recovery of pre-pandemic volumes already by 2023 ».

On the strength of a brand positioning consolidated over the years, developing important flows towards the Indian Ocean and the Middle East, in the course of 2020 the Roman operator managed to create and nurture a travel community with the social involvement of over 1,000 travel agencies scattered around. throughout the national territory.

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