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2011

Taboo - Nudity

Some time ago we saw a TV documentary titled "Taboo - Nudity." Apart from some gibberish and inconsistencies in the program, and things that have nothing to do with nudity, we must say we were impressed by some aspects of the kind of nudism practiced in the United States. Americans, as everyone knows, are very pragmatic and consequently end up oversimplifying issues. They do it for everything, and they do with naturism. They simply refer to naturism …....
Taboo - Nudity
2009

The 45th and 40th anniversary of UNI and Club Le Betulle

The adventure, the passion for naturism began in the 1950s for those who would later become the founders of the UNI. Tom was telling me that to reach the LULU LE CORSAIRE ferryboat for Ile du Levant early he used to leave his hometown BRA in the middle of the night with his friend GIULIO PIANA. Piana later became the owner of the BORINGHIERI beer parlor in piazza Adriano and when he closed to retire he donated all the historical furnishings to the …....
The 45th and 40th anniversary of UNI and Club Le Betulle
2009

The Basilica of Superga

Holidays in Italy - The Basilica of Superga The Basilica of Superga stands on the Superga Hill to the east of Turin. The church was built at the behest of King Vittorio Amedeo II of Savoy in gratitude to the Virgin Mary after defeat over the French during the siege of Turin in 1706. The project was designed by the architect from Messina, Filippo Juvarra, and dates back to 1711. The chapel on the on the hilltop can be reached by road or by the tramway …....
The Basilica of Superga
2009

The ethics of food and nudism

Science says, "we are what we eat". In other words "we are the results of how and how much we eat". As everyone knows, food is just as important to us as the air we breathe. Indeed it is indispensable to life. However humans must eat without exaggerating to avoid the extremes of bulimia (eating too much) and anorexia (eating too little). Eating must be ethical in its compliance with the principles of nature. Nature tells us to nourish ourselves sufficiently …....
The ethics of food and nudism
2014

The experiences of male and female naturists

There is a difference in the experience of naturism between men and women.This is because of the difference of nature between the sexes..The experience of the male naturist is a much simpler one then that of the female naturist. A  man does not have the psychological complexity of a woman.The image of a woman is endowed by the nature of the sexual polarity that is called ‘femininity’, which is a mixture of charm, beauty and mystery. This is what …....
The experiences of male and female naturists
2014

The History of the INF

(numbers 59 and 60 in the previous articles you will find the events from 1951 to 1956)These simple and synthetic notes on the path of growth of the INF FNI help you to understand what has been done each year since 1951 to create the world organization of naturism. While reading these events you will discover what has been the enthusiasm and strength that has unleashed the naturist idea.Naturism was born in Italy in 1964 .A group of friends started …....
The History of the INF
2011

THE HISTORY OF TURIN

The Middle Ages (Part III) Turin and the Duchy of Savoy In 1418 Ludovico, the last descendant of the Savoy-Acaia line, died without descendants. Consequently Turin and Piedmont fell back under the direct rule of Amadeus VIII, who in 1416 had obtained permission from the Emperor Sigismund to transform his count title into a Duchy.In 1424 the Duke of Savoy founded the Principality of Piedmont and since then the title has been conferred upon the ducal …....
THE HISTORY OF TURIN
2011

The History of Turin

The Middle AgesThe medieval town During the Middle Ages Torino was a small town divided into four districts, each of which took its name from one of the ancient Roman gates: Porta Castello (Decumana), Porta Segusina (Pretoria), Porta Marmorea e Porta Palatina.Like other Italian cities at the time, Torino grew in height, increasing the levels of the structures within the Roman era fortifications. The common peoples housing had stone walls, but the …....
The History of Turin
2012

The History of Turin

PRINCIPISTS AND MADAMISTS In 1630 the death of the duke started a new phase of instability in the leadership of the state. That, along with and a violent plague, put a heavy damper on the development of the city that started to be abandoned due to disease and the devastation of civil war. The plagueThe plague epidemic that broke out in Turin in 1630 was far worse than the one that had hit the city in 1599; during the worst days, according to the …....
The History of Turin
2003

The Shrine of Saint Michele

With this issue we want to start a new section devoted to the beautiful things one should see near our naturist grounds. The idea is to give our foreign guests (but perhaps many domestic too) some suggestions about the most interesting places, under an historical, artistic or naturalistic perspective, that they should visit during a hoUday spent with us, redesigning the geographical inmation starting from the closest naturist site. We are 100 kingwards …....
The Shrine of Saint Michele


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