CALABRIA, IS THE TOE OF THE BOOT ITALY’S LAST FRONTIER? by James Martin

Calabria’s rich, material past, much of it shared with the Greeks who happily and successfully inhabited Italy’s Magna Grecia, is now safely stowed in Museums. The toe of Italy has reverted to its wild state. Outside of widely-spaced dots on the Tyrrhenian shores like Tropea and Scilla, what is left of the rag-tag assembly of the world’s last remaining travel writers are seldom seen scribbling away for fame and fortune here. Even today’s bloggers do not flock to Calabria’s gritty cities to feast in a chef’s stainless-steel heaven.

 

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