Monthly Archives September 2014
The dark, glossy green and jagged leaves can reach from the start, 1m in length. The tall stalks are dotted with white, purplish veined flowers measuring up to 5cm.
Of a very proud nature with its’ dark bracts, green shaped helmet calyx, and large three-lobed lower lip, giving a particular majestic appearance – blooming from May to July.
Virtues and traditions: Its’ sap has a reputation for being stimulating (Greek warriors used it before going into battle).
Applied to a spot, it would remove all the pus without the slightest pain (once a cure used in Soriu); some people also used it in poultices.
Architecture: ‘l’erba à cinque’ itself is known for its’ leaves, which were used as architectur...
Theodore had a brother, William Henry and a sister Marguerite. At the death of their mother in 1695, the three orphans protected by the Duchess of Orleans, were educated in France. A page for the Duchess up to 17 years of age, Theodore graduated with the rank of lieutenant in service for France. Soon after, he returned to Germany to Cologne with his uncle, the Baron Drost.
In 1714 and 1715, Theodore commands an infantry of the regiment belonging to the Emperor Ma...
Village heart-to-heart: Centuri
Sept 15th, 1943: Three patriots fatally wounded from German bullets: Battestini, Perfetti and Rovelli – a monument was inaugurated on the anniversary of their death
4) the ongoing difficulties, becoming greater and greater in reaching the clientele
Sept 19th, 1934: Olmeto and Cargèse receive the prize for being ‘modern villages’
Sept 24th, 1946: Tribute to the Casabianca (submarine) at the Ami...