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The same evening BANCA DEL TEMPO (Women's Organization of Pesaro) organised an amazing dancing evening, with traditional costumes and home cooked food, prepared by the members of the Organization. We also visited the park of San Bartolo, and admired the local flora and fauna, the villas of the Roman period of Pavarotti etc. I also enjoyed the Dante castle, the Paleontological Museum and the fossils of insects and fish exhibited. Furthermore the scenery of landslides existing in the area of Pesaro and generally along the Adriatic Coast was spectacular. I loved the tour at Museum Civici, Palazzo Moska and Rossini’s home. That evening we attended the Theater of Urbino show organized by the CNA of Pesaro . n the last day in Pesaro I enjoyed the visit we made at the municipality gardens allocated to pensioners to grow with natural methods without pesticides. Also nice evening spent in the castle Gradara where we had dinner and danced. nd 2 week in Senigallia: On our first day in Senigallia, after enjoying a traditional meal at Elmo’s home (polenta e.t c.) we walked in the city and visited the self sustained nursing home, which impressed me a lot. On our first day of work in Senigallia, the presentation by Bruna Durazzi, infrastructure and operations of the Protezione Civile, was fantastic. Afterwards there was an exchange of views on the subject between Greeks and Italians. The day ended with a great dinner at Falchi della Rovere. Excellent morning tour to the city's attractions from Konstantine a member of local civil protection group. Also impressive was the tour at the river MISA by members of the same organization. Very nice tour at CORINALDO (neighboring town) by Pierro Minardi (leader of the organization) In this village are organised various festivals to revive old customs like collective cooking of polenta. In the evening I liked the representation occured by Bruna , to address potential earthquake. I also enjoyed dinner with traditional pizza. The visit to BEVEDERE -village of the same district- was both nice and informative. The village was destroyed by the earthquake of 1997 and was later on reconstructed at its original state. This visit helped us to form an idea of how to deal with similar cases in Greece which is also a seismic country. I enjoyed the walk we had in Fano (neighboring town) and especially the organized beach. There we saw the -unique throughout the region- Orthodox church. The meal offered to us at Elmo’s home was fantastic with traditional products cooked by his wife. During the visit to the Park of Monte Conero I liked the furnishings of the Administration building with recycled materials and exhibits of the museum. It was a pity that we didn’t had a tour in the park and our briefing was concerned only how to tackle fires. On the last day in Senigallia I adored the visit to the coast guard and the tour by the head of the Port Authority. We also met and talked with fishermen . 3rd week in Sant’Angelo in Vado: On the first day we ha