Roman Necropolis of Voghenza is located in Voghiera. Voghiera and the surrounding areas had their agricultural fortune from their position and quality of the soil.
Near you can see the museum divided in three sections: Archaeology, Renaissance and Modern Art.
It exhibits the finds which have been unearthed from the excavations of the Roman necropolis of Voghenza:
gold and amber jewellery
amphorae and other types of containers
money, balsam jars in glass paste and a beautiful balsam jar in onyx
The museum’s artefacts were found in the 67 burials of Voghenza.
The Fondo Ambiente Italiano (FAI) is the National Trust of Italy. FAI opens for public many historical place in Italy.
I visit villa Dolphi-Ratta (San Lazzaro di Savena, Bologna). In XIV century it was a deffensive castle with a hospital. Centuries were pass, the owners also passing. Some owener’s names are Parati, Grassi, Ratta, Dolfi e De’ Bosdari. Nowadays, concerts, conferences, weddings have place in this private villa. The magnificent park protects the villa from a city noise.
Portulaca oleracea (known as purslane) is an annual succulent. It grows in the soul and pot.Purslane is considered a weed, but it may be eaten as a leaf vegetable. Purslane contains more omega-3 than any other leafy vegetable plan. It is a medicinal plant and Its leaves are used for protect skin, lose weight, dysentery, diarrhea, hemorrhoids, strengthen the immune system, build strong bones and prevent cancer.
The lizard for the ancient Greeks and Egyptians was a symbol of wisdom and good fortune.It’s a very special creature: it can stand still under the sun for hours and has the ability to lose and regrow their tails to escape from danger.
On June 30 and July 1, Venus and Jupiter will pass extremely close together in the sky.
Michael Kießling & Josef Pöschl – Tephrocactus and other prickly pears
Nice book to download free – http://www.cactuspro.com/biblio/en:kiessling