Different levels of senses

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30 thoughts on “Different levels of senses

      1. I love Turin too. I lived there for about two years and my husband and I still have friends there. It was a city of the cold industrialized Northern Italy, but the sons and daughters of the South Italian immigrants made it multicultural, more open and more lively 🙂

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      1. It means something like: “Thanks from the people who come from the beautiful country where the “sì” sounds”. It’s a verse from the Divina Commedia, the epic poem at the foundation of Italian, that was written by the most important father of the Italian language, Dante Alighieri 🙂

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      2. Ahahah 😀 Saint Google always answers my prayers and instills me knowledge. But I do know some verses by heart. One of my professors at the university knew the whole epic poem by heart. He was a Dante’s expert 🙂

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