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If it is true that we do not snub mass tourism, who is to blame if bloggers continue to identify Le Marche such as the minor Tuscany?

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It’s a long journey, from China to the shores of the Marche region, on the Adriatic sea, where Fabriano paper has its home.

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Sometimes someone, especially abroad, remember that I am an influencer on the topic Marche and Le Marche and sends me an article to review. This is the case of this Polish article about Sassoferrato. It is interesting and reading the google translation is not heavy. Recommended

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When journalism students recount the territory, an ice cream shop becomes a place not to miss, even in Urbino that is not poor of advisable places.

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Discovering Civitanova Marche on the traces of Sibilla Aleramo one of the first Italy's first feminists

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The Bellavita Blog, the blog of the "biggest Italian trade show in UK", dedicates an article to Le Marche. Apart some mistakes and one or two stereotypes, the article emphasizes the vocation of Le Marche to attract tourists in search of the original character of Italy (and Italians) specially in food and wine.
Do you agree with Dan Miles, the author, when she says: <<Marche is certainly one of Italy’s most unassuming regions>>?
Folklore, is still selling that much?
Are the foreign journalists exaggerating in the absence of other ideas or these communication formulas have been suggested by our operators in the various sectors?
Any comment is appreciated.

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Will it be the summer 2016 the one in which, finally, the Marche Region will be discovered by mass tourism? Hopefully yes, just only to not read more of these titles.

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Are now dozens of international articles that pose the Sibylline mountains in the most important bucket lists of active holidays. Here are the last on the online pages of The Telegraph
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