The Gala Romeo and Juliet “From Verona with Love ” , was held Saturday, October 26 at the Hermitage Hotel in Monaco , under the auspices of the city of Verona in the presence of the President of the Association The Children for Peace Ms. Debra Mace , vice president , Ms. Lamia Khashoggi and mrs Louisette Levy Soussan Azzoaglio guest of honor
Lady Monika Bacardi,Lamia Khashoggi,debra Mace,Louisette Levy Soussan Azzoaglio
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Under the High Patronage of HSH Prince Albert II of Monaco , and of the President of the Italian Republic, the Italian Ministry of Foreign Affairs and the Embassy of Italy in Monaco had organized throughout the month of October, as part of the Month of Culture and Italian Language, on the theme ” Research, discovery and innovation “, 32 events that have marked the calendar of October 2013 in the Principality.
Lamia Khashoggi, Enrico corsi, SE Antonio Morabito, juliette,Louisette Levy Soussan Azzoaglio_, Debra Mace and guest
On the program: music, painting, tableware , decoration, gastronomy, literature. To close in style with these festivities , a Gala ” Romeo and Juliet From Verona with Love ” highlighted the event ,on Saturday, October 26 at the Hermitage Hotel , under the auspices of the city of Verona in the presence of President of the Association the Children for Peace , Mrs Debra Mace and its vice president Mrs Lamia Khashoggi , Lady Monika Bacardi of Bayfield Hall, with Louisette Levy Soussan Azzoaglio , guests of honor
Juliet’s house in Vérona
le DJ feat. Andrea T. Mendoza rocked the evening, and dr Vranjes Firenze showcased its unique scents decorations
Enrico Corsi, SE Antonio Morabito, Louisette Azzoaglio,Gino Calmarini
Verona tourism board http://www.turismoverona.eu
site about gastromony in Verona www.ccnverona.it
Verona, Shakespeare, Roméo and Juliet
Shakespeare Shakespeare did not set his play Romeo and Juliet in Verona just because he loved the town: the play is based on a true story . A plaque on the tomb of Juliet, which is just outside the walls of the city, tells the story of star-crossed lovers on which Shakespeare based his work.