Amalfi on Rai: the Unesco heritage at the “A Sua Immagine” program
Protagonist of the episode of “In His Image” it is Amalfithe pearl of the declared coast UNESCO heritage. Lorena Bianchetti went to discover the beauty and history of this city that has been a powerful maritime republic, a crossroads of peoples and cultures since ancient times whose territorial expansion reached as far as Conca dei Marini and Positano. During the episode, the most beautiful moments in the history of Amalfi were retraced, we talked about the devotion to Sant’Andrea, the bond of Salvatore Quasimodo for this town with a strong spirituality. And then a special meeting with the master pastry chef Sal de Riso who made the flavors of Amalfi famous in the world and brought a little of his land to John Paul II. Furthermore, Paolo Balduzzi went in search of the ancient tradition of Amalfi paper, visiting the last remaining paper mill in the city. For the space “The reasons for hope”, “A Immagine di him” with the parish priest of the Terra dei fuochi, don Maurizio Patriciello, he travels new paths to reach various places of prayer in Italy and abroad. The first stop is in Calabria, in Paola, where San Francesco di Paola was born, on March 27, 1416, linked since birth to his predecessor, San Francesco d’Assisi. Charismatic as the poor man of Assisi, a hermit and in love with Christ, whom he contemplated in the solitude of the woods, San Francesco di Paola will go down in history also for the many miracles and wonders he performed.