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Al ristorante si racconta la storia dei marmi locali

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Dopo la pausa estiva, la scorsa settimana al ristorante Cibart di Carrara ha ripreso il via il progetto "Marble & Food", iniziativa nata per volontà dei proprietari del locale, Andrea e Simone Dell'amico, e che intende combinare le eccellenze del marmo e le tradizioni gastronomiche locali. L'architetto Paolo Camaiora ed il geologo Sergio Mancini, con la collaborazione di CoSmaVe, hanno dato vita così ad un nuovo ciclo di serate a tema dedicate alla divulgazione dell'utilizzo dei marmi del comprensorio apuo-versiliese nell'architettura e negli oggetti di design industriale. Protagonista della serata del 19 Novembre scorso è stato il marmo Zebrino (Cipollino Novecento).
Il progetto proseguirà con ulteriori incontri, durante i quali si andrà a raccontare la storia dei materiali lapidei locali ed il loro utilizzo in piazze, edifici e ville di tutta Italia. Si parlerà anche delle bellezze del territorio, in un'ottica di divulgazione della cultura e di rilancio del turismo della città di Carrara.

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Versilia Produce

VersiliaProduce è un periodico trimestrale pubblicato da Cosmave che costituisce una realtà consolidata e unica nel panorama della stampa di settore che si avvale di firme esterne (imprenditori, rappresentanti di enti locali, ingegneri, etc.) che commentano eventi, promuovono dibattiti e approfondiscono aspetti tecnici.
Il giornale è distribuito via posta in oltre 2000 aziende del territorio apuo-versiliese e dei maggiori comprensori lapidei italiani (Verona, Tivoli e Rapolano, Puglie, Sicilia, Sardegna, Piemonte); VersiliaProduce è anche diffuso in occasione di fiere, workshop e manifestazioni di settore.

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