The Vanishing Traditions of Rural Life in Italy

The New York Times shares the story of rural flight in Italy, and one man preserving its traditions for future generations.

As more and more young people flee the hills of rural Italy for the big cities, the traditions of country life slowly fade  

ANIA BARTKOWIAK of The New York Times shares the story of Giuseppe Nucci, a Rome-based photographer who traveled back to his country roots in order to create “DEntroTerra,” a series of photographs that document and preserve the traditions of rural life… before they disappear.

Read the full story and view the photographs at The New York Times…

Like us on Facebook for more stories, food, wine and travel.

Make a pledge and join ISDA today!

Share your favorite recipe, and we may feature it on our website.

Join the conversation, and share recipes, travel tips and stories.