Senigallia (Marche)

Senigallia is a port town on Italy's Adriatic coast. It is situated in the province of Ancona, in the Marche region, and lies approximately 30 kilometers north-west of the provincial capital city, Ancona. Senigallia's small port is located at the mouth of the river Misa. Though traces of the city's history are still visible, much of today's city is modern. Visitor attractions include Palazzo Comunale, Rocca Roveresca, (a castle of Gothic origins, restored by Baccio Pontelli in 1492). The Cathedral, erected after 1787 and Santa Maria delle Grazie, is one of the only two churches attributed to Baccio Pontelli. It once housed the painting of Madonna di Senigallia by Piero della Francesca.

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Our writer Cindy gives us the best recipe for homemade whole-grain 'tagliatelle,' a fresh pasta that is easier to make then it seems, from the northern and central areas of Italy 

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Dear community,

We are currently looking into buying a property just outside of Macerata. Does anyone know of a good English speaking solicitor in the area as our Italian is very basic? 

Thank you


@nick asks:

Household bills, have I thought of everything?

insurance, gas, electric, water, TARI and IMU......anything I’ve missed? We are in the process of buying a house near in Le Marche so any help/ guidance appreciated. One last thing; is IMU and TASI the same thing?

@Jim D asks:

Hello everyone.  I have a house in Le Marche.  We have some big old (50+ years) olive trees that have traditionally been pretty good croppers and we planted about 20 new ones around 5 years ago.  The old trees have not been pruned for a year or so.  We now have very few olives on the old trees cu