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The thrill of a tourist helicopter flight
  • 24/03/2020
  • Riccardo
  • Outdoor activities

The thrill of a tourist helicopter flight

The fascination of the helicopter strikes right from the start: the particular aspect, the characteristic noise, the "strange" movement of the blades, its sudden and immediate change of direction.Raise your hand if you never [...]

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How the helicopter works
  • 24/03/2020
  • Riccardo
  • Outdoor activities

How the helicopter works

The helicopter has a main aeronautical engine that moves the rotors, which carry in rotation a series of wings, called blades, which in turn produce a displacement of air so as to make the aircraft move by reaction. For this [...]

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Bevagna, the living history: the town, the market, the Gaite.
  • 23/03/2020
  • Miriam
  • To see: town & cities

Bevagna, the living history: the town, the market, the Gaite.

One of the most beautiful Villages in Italy, Orange Flag for hospitality, land of gastronomic excellence such as Sagrantino and Extra Virgin Olive Oil: welcome to Bevagna.

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Origins and history of the helicopter
  • 23/03/2020
  • Riccardo
  • Outdoor activities

Origins and history of the helicopter

The helicopter is, according to definition, a type of aircraft used for the transport of persons and things for civil and/or military purposes, usually equipped with one or more engines (piston or turbine) that operate a [...]

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The best balloon tours in Italy
  • 20/03/2020
  • Riccardo
  • Outdoor activities

The best balloon tours in Italy

The Italian peninsula is a territory that lends itself to the practice of outdoor activities "from above": the geographical conformation makes it a unique and incredible scenario. Flying over our territory on board a hot air [...]

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How a balloon works?
  • 19/03/2020
  • Riccardo
  • Outdoor activities

How a balloon works?

The principle of operation of the modern hot air balloon is absolutely identical to that experienced by the Montgolfieres brothers at the end of the 18th century.The basic principle is the same one that allows ships to float, [...]

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