Synonyms for misteri_di or Related words with misteri_di
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Cascina Vianello is an Italian television series.
His last film, "
Malam Pengantin", was released after his death on January 5, 1993.
Landmarks also include I
Alleghe, Lago di Alleghe and Stazione meteorologica di Caprile.
Holy Week is also observed in parts of Southern Italy, notably Sicily. The most famous is the Holy Week of Trapani, culminating in the Processione dei
Trapani or simply the "
Trapani" (in English the "Procession of the Mysteries of Trapani" or the "Mysteries of Trapani"), a day-long passion procession featuring twenty floats of lifelike wood, canvas and glue sculptures of individual scenes of the events of the Passion.
The Processione dei
Trapani or simply the
Trapani (in English the "Procession of the Mysteries of Trapani" or the "Mysteries of Trapani") is a day-long passion procession featuring twenty floats of lifelike wood, canvas and glue sculptures of individual scenes of the events of the Passion, a passion play at the centre and the culmination of the Holy Week in Trapani.
The city is renowned for its Easter related Holy Week activities and traditions, culminating between Good Friday and Holy Saturday in the Processione dei
Trapani, colloquially simply the "
Trapani" (in English the Procession of the Mysteries of Trapani or the Mysteries of Trapani), a day-long passion procession organized and sponsored by the city's guilds, featuring twenty floats of wood, canvas and glue sculptures, mostly from the 17th and 18th centuries, of individual scenes of the events of the Passion.
In 2006 he started a podcast in Italian "I
Massimo Polidoro" (Massimo Polidoro's Mysteries), dealing with investigation of mysterious subjects both by himself and by other colleagues that contribute to the show. The podcast was broadcast as a radio show for three years on an Italian language Swiss radio station. The podcast was suspended.
In his variegated career Bisiach also directed the documentary film "I due Kennedy" and a segment of the anthology film "I
Roma", and collaborated to some screenplays. He also wrote several books, notably the interview book "Pertini racconta" in collaboration with Sandro Pertini.
In 1972 he participated in the film "Augustine of Hippo" ("Agostino d'Ippona") by Roberto Rossellini, with whom he worked as assistant director. In the mid-1960s, he produced two theatre shows of Leopoldo Mastelloni ("Le compagnie" and "Brechtomania"), and participated in various films ("I
Napoli", "La Badessa di Castro", "Vieni amore mio", "Flavia la monaca musulmana", "La fine dell'innocenza") as actor or screenwriter.
During the pontificate of Pius XII, “the most Marian Pope in Church history” Roschini worked closely with the Pontiff, arranging his own publications parallel to Papal mariological promulgations. During and after the Vatican council, Roschini tried to adjust to the colder mariological spirit in his 1973 publication "Il
Maria considerato alle luce del mistero di Christo e della Chiesa," an updated four volume handbook of mariology.
In the meantime he issued the Russian edition of "Invece della catastrofe". A book of interviews, promoted and edited by Ekaterina Glushik, was published in 2015 with the title "Мир на пороге воины." Also in 2015 a new volume was published, called "È arrivata la bufera" ("The Storm has come") which begins with a preface devoted to the terrorist attack against the staff members of the satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo, entitled "I
Parigi" ("The Mysteries of Paris").
Giorgio Festa is known for being Saint Pio of Pietrelcina’s personal doctor. In 1919 he was assigned by the Minister of the Order of Friars Minor Capuchin to do a medical examination on Saint Pio of Pietrelcina. In 1920 Festa went to San Giovanni Rotondo for a medical check on some Saint Pio of Pietrelcina's injures he had observed the month before. On the 5th of October 1925 he operated Saint Pio of Pietrelcina on the right inguinal hernia and in 1927 he removed a cyst, which was on Saint Pio’s sternocleidomastoid muscle. In 1938 he published his visits results in "“
scienza e luci di fede. Stigmate del padre Pio da Pietrelcina”". In 1940 he died in an hotel in Frascati, where he was on holiday together with his wife Silvia and his two daughters Carmela and Maria Luisa. He was buried in the monumental cemetery of Campo Verano, in Rome.
Numerous novels inspired by "The Mysteries of Paris" were published all over the Western world, creating the City mysteries genre that explored the "mysteries and miseries" of cities. Works in the genre include "Les Mystères de Marseille" by Émile Zola, "The Mysteries of London" by George W. M. Reynolds, "Les Mystères de Londres" by Paul Féval, "Les Mystères de Lyon" (featuring the Nyctalope) by Jean de La Hire, "I
Napoli" by Francesco Mastriani, the "Mystères de Munich", "Les Nouveaux Mystères de Paris" (featuring Nestor Burma) by Léo Malet, "Die Mysterien von Berlin" by August Brass, "Die Geheimnisse von Hamburg" by Johann Wilhelm Christern", De Verborgenheden van Amsterdam" by L. van Eikenhorst and many others.
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