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  noborder.org | camping2003 | puglia
Puglia has been chosen due to its position on the edge of "Fortress Europe" (its territory is characterized by a strong militarization and the presence of administrative detention centres) and because of the presence of thousands of migrants who work under conditions of total exploitation, especially in the agricultural sector.
In the area where we intend to locate the camp (Frassanito, Puglia) there are numerous centres for the administrative detention of migrants and, during the summer, the region is characterized by the presence of many migrants working in agriculture.
It is important to remember that during the last few years the number of legal admittances to work in Southern Italy has been ridiculously low due the Italian government's preference for an agricultural development based on the exploitation of clandestine migrants and fl-market work.
www.noborder.org /camps/03/ita/display.php?id=232   (1208 words)

 Digital Puglia
Digital Puglia is a new project, emphasizing not only retrieval of data to the client's workstation, but also customized processing of the data.
It may be that the data is too large for downloading to be practical, or the client may not have the relevant processing software.
In the Digital Puglia project, we will concentrate on multitemporal imaging, where the color channels of an image represent the surface of the Earth at different times, rather than different wavelengths or polarizations.
www.cacr.caltech.edu /SDA/digital_puglia.html   (580 words)

 Cal Law: California's Legal News Source -- Robert Puglia, 75, Longtime Presiding Judge
Robert Puglia, long a fixture at Sacramento's Third District Court of Appeal, died Friday of complications related to cancer.
Puglia was known for conservative rulings, including one that said a landlady could refuse to rent to unmarried couples, and another that said the Boy Scouts could exclude girls.
Puglia is survived by his wife, Ingrid, his children, Susan, Peter, David and Thomas, and three grandchildren.
www.law.com /jsp/ca/PubArticleCA.jsp?id=1110572410658   (449 words)

 Regione Puglia, Apulia region
Puglia is the long strip of land, 400km from north to south, that makes up the "heel" of Italy.
But if there's one symbol of Puglia that stands out, it's the imposing castles built by the Swabian Frederick II, all over the province - foremost of which are the Castel del Monte and the remnants of the palace at Lucera.
Nevertheless, there's a geographical diversity to Puglia that can be very attractive, though to get to the best of the province you either need your own transport or the patience to use the often erratic local buses.
www.italiamia.com /region_puglia.html   (589 words)

 Puglia --  Encyclopædia Britannica
It extends from the Fortore River in the northwest to Cape Santa Maria di Leuca at the tip of the Salentine Peninsula (the “heel” of Italy) and comprises the provincie of Foggia, Bari, Taranto, Brindisi, and Lecce.
The northern third of the region is centred on the Puglia Tableland, which is flanked on the north by the limestone massif of Gargano…
The northern third of the region is centred on the Puglia Tableland, which is flanked on the north by the limestone massif of...
www.britannica.com /eb/article-9061859?tocId=9061859   (425 words)

 Kiplinger's Personal Finance Magazine: Growing Companies, Reasonable Prices   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
Still, it's clear to Puglia that when AOL crossed $150 per share last April, the stock was in "the egregious valuation zone." At that point, the shares were trading at roughly 300 times estimated calendar 1999 earnings, or roughly six times the expected longer-term earnings growth rate.
Puglia recommends screening for these four factors at a minimum: A stock market value of at least $5 billion.
Puglia says the company should earn $3.10 to $3.20 per share next year, so the stock sells at a P/E of 19.
www.findarticles.com /p/articles/mi_m1318/is_10_53/ai_55821491   (1454 words)

 Rental accommodation in Puglia - page 1 of 3
Puglia - Holiday in a cone-topped trullo, dwellings peculiar to this part of Italy.
This marvellous hotel in Puglia, southern Italy is in one of the most beautiful areas in Salento...
The best in Puglia holiday flats and camping, in this holiday village you will experience a relaxing holiday in a magical atmosphere, between nature and the sea.
www.knowital.com /index/listing/puglia   (293 words)

Puglia, or Le Puglie, is what Italians call the area.
There are parts of Puglia where the local dialect isn't a corruption of Latin, but is a Greek derivative instead, which backs up that contention.
In the last thirty years Puglia has registered a large number of wines that were once sold in bulk.
www.foodandwine.net /wine/wine0058.htm   (487 words)

 Puglia's Prime
On the walls were several years' worth of Wine Spectator awards for "one of the best wine lists in the world." So I figured it was a good idea to ask the waiter for a good producer from whom to buy wine.
Puglia rivals Sicily as Italy's largest wine region, albeit with a long-standing reputation for producing lots of thin, acidic wine by the tanker.
Lecce is the prettiest city in Puglia, but like most cities in this part of Italy, the old town is ringed by unfortunate architecture and depressing housing blocks.
www.washingtonpost.com /wp-dyn/content/article/2005/05/20/AR2005052000638_3.html   (660 words)

 Bike Riders: The Wonders of Puglia | Italy Biking tour | bicycling in italy   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
Set in the southeast corner of Italy, Puglia is a magical world with flavors of Greece, ancient traditions, and a touch of the exotic.
Puglia is full of wild beauty such as the stunning coastline of the deep blue Adriatic Sea, gleaming white-washed coastal villages, gnarled centuries old olive trees, wonderful hidden sea caves, and 16th century masserie.
Puglia is known for focaccia (flat bread) which Nicola teaches us how to make at visit to a masseria.
www.infohub.com /TRAVEL/SIT/sit_pages/14275.html   (673 words)

 Puglia travel guide, Puglia property, holidays and trulli to rent
Our local area is in the most fascinating part of Puglia -the land of the trulli - between Alberobello, the capital of the trulli (one trullo, the plural is trulli), and the unique Itria Valley bounded by the towns of Locorotondo, Cisternino and Martina Franca.
Now Ryanair is flying to both Brindisi as well as Bari, almost all of the Salento peninsula is readily accessible, as well as the beautiful Itria Valley, the heart of the land of the trulli.
You will also find details of how to get to Puglia, what to do when holidaying in the Alberobello area, a virtual tour of the local towns, and an introduction to Puglia's food and wines.
www.puglia.force9.co.uk   (294 words)

 Forbes.com: Investor Profile: T Rowe Price's Puglia seeks bluest chips   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
Puglia said he invests a "substantial amount" of retirement money in the fund, and has never sold a share.
Puglia, who lives in suburban Lutherville with his wife, two children and a golden retriever, Ginger, plays basketball and touch football, runs 10 miles a week, and has a 16-handicap at golf.
Puglia said the experiences of his late father, who lived through the Great Depression and 1973-1974 recession, contributed to his preference for quality companies.
www.forbes.com /reuters/newswire/2004/04/13/rtr1330804.html   (1072 words)

 Puglia Property - Property in Puglia
Puglia is a fascinating and welcoming place to visit, but many Britons are now looking at Puglia with a view to buying property there.
The amount by which you can extend a group of cones varies from place to place – each town has its own rules – so it is important to purchase through an agent you trust to give you accurate information on development potential.
Habitable and restored trulli are in demand – this is an area of the property market in Puglia which is moving quickly.
www.puglia-property.com /html/property_in_puglia.html   (752 words)

Today Puglia, located in the heel of the Italian boot, is asserting itself as home of some of Italy's best food, most innovative wines and most dramatic and beautiful landscapes.
A final feast of Puglia's superb cuisine is planned tonight to celebrate the end of a great week of cycling.
The terrain in Puglia is relatively flat, however we will encounter some gradually rolling hills and relatively long uphill stretches on two days of the itinerary.
www.rei.com /adventures/trips/europe/italy_puglia.jsp   (1559 words)

 Robert K. Puglia Wins Judge D. Lowell Jensen Public Service Award
The Jensen Award is given each year to a prominent Boalt graduate for his or her outstanding commitment to public service in the legal field.
Justice Puglia served for three years on the Sacramento Superior Court and for 24 years as presiding justice of the California Court of Appeal, 3rd District, appointed by Governor Reagan.
Justice Puglia was admitted to the California Bar in January 1959.
www.law.berkeley.edu /news/pr/2003/puglia.htm   (324 words)

 Rustico: Culinary Tours Puglia
In Puglia, silvery olive groves alternate with golden wheat fields; stretches of glimmering coastline beckon the eye beyond every curve; plump chilies hang over doorways of white-washed houses; narrow, maze-like streets lead to sandy beaches, quiet churches, solemn castles.
Puglia, a sprawling, fertile region that forms the heel of the Italian boot, is a tranquil commingling of hills and valleys, densely wooded forests, craggy coastline, and stretches of sandy beach.
Puglia is famous for its cone-shaped homes called trulli, found mostly in the dreamlike town of Alberobello; after exploring the trulli, we'll feast on elegant Pugliese fare at Alberobello's top restaurant.
www.rusticocooking.com /tourspuglia.htm   (2753 words)

 Puglia Region - Italy
The territory of Puglia (or Apulia, in English) is a long, narrow peninsula, mostly occupied by plains and hills, apart from some lower mountains of the SOuthern Apennine chain and the Gargano promontory, with high, steep cliffs.
The Normans gave way to the Swabians and these to the Anjou and the Aragonese, and the region suffered all the evils of bad government, until in the 18th century some improvement took place under the Bourbons, who improved the communications building roads and ports, and granted some social and land reforms.
In 1860 Puglia was annexed to the Kingdom of Italy, and at that time it was divided into only three provinces: Bari, Foggia (or Capitanata) and Lecce, while Taranto and Brindisi were added in 1927.
www.italyworldclub.com /puglia   (435 words)

 Wine and Food - Food - Regional Cooking - Puglia - Made In Italy On Line
A typical snack of this region is the "calzone" (big sock) which is made from a lump of dough spread with onions, fl olives, capers, tomatoes, pecorino cheese, anchovies and parsley, closed and pinched around the edges, and baked in the oven.
Puglia is proud of its homemade pasta, often formed of unusual shapes like the "orecchiette" (little ears).
The dominant meat in puglia is lamb, served on a spit, roasted, stewed, or even fried.
www.made-in-italy.com /winefood/food/regions/puglia.htm   (853 words)

 Retired Presiding Justice Robert K. Puglia, Who Led Third District for 24 Years, Dead of Cancer at 75
Puglia, presiding justice of the Third District Court of Appeal from 1974 to 1998, died Friday at age 75.
The cause of death was complications from cancer, a spokesperson for the state courts said.
Puglia was “very conservative,” while Blease, an appointee of Gov. Jerry Brown who had worked for the ACLU and for a Quaker group before joining the bench, was “very liberal,” Feinerman recalled.
www.metnews.com /articles/2005/obit031405.htm   (463 words)

 introducing Puglia Beata   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
Puglia Beata Organic Artichokes are the actual "Heart" of the artichoke grilled and lightly seasoned.
Puglia Beata Organic Bitter Sweet Garlic are steamed, grilled, and peeled whole cloves of garlic jarred in Olio Beato Extra Virgin Olive Oil to preserve and intensify flavor.
Puglia Beata Bitter Sweet Garlic can be used in all cooking and even on non-cooked dishes to enhance flavor and presentation.
www.organicoil.com /newproducts.html   (405 words)

 Rental accommodation in Puglia - Lecce - page 1 of 2   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
Splendid Bed and Breakfast accommodation in Lecce, Puglia, the Mirage is in the most artistic and fashionable part of town.
This is a lovely bed and breakfast in Puglia, Italy, situated on a quiet road, a little distance from the railway station and from the baroque centre of Lecce.
Start planning your vacation in Puglia, Italy, with this bed and breakfast accommodation on the Ionian Coast.
www.knowital.com /index/listing/lecce/1   (279 words)

Puglia, or Apulia as it is often called in English, is "the heel" of the Italian boot, including the steep and rocky spur of the Gargano peninsula projecting into the sea.
In any given year, Puglia produces as much as two-thirds of all the olive oil in Italy, and while much of it is shipped north, more of it stays right here to be used in Pugliese kitchens.
Cooks in Puglia even deep-fry with extra virgin oil, something that comes as a surprise to Americans but is routine in many parts of the Mediterranean (Sicily, Andalucia in southern Spain) More on food in Puglia.
www.e-rcps.com /pasta/inf/reg/puglia.shtml   (197 words)

 Puglia Property - Apulia Properties - Property for sale in Puglia
Puglia (or Apulia as it is also called), is a food and wine lover’s paradise.
A huge proportion of Italy’s fish is caught off the extensive Apulian coast, 70% of the country’s olive oil is produced here and the region provides 80% of Europe’s pasta.
Puglia is served by two airports at Bari and Brindisi and most of the region can be reached from these airports within 1 hours drive.
www.apulia.co.uk   (231 words)

 Slow Travel Italy - Puglia and Matera, travel notes, things to do, accommodations, restaurants
Puglia is a region in southern Italy, at the "heel" of the boot.
The landscape of Puglia is fantastic, very green at that time of the year.
Even though Puglia has a mild climate, winter days can be very cold because of the strong winds.
slowtrav.com /italy/puglia/lm_puglia.htm   (4166 words)

 Viaggi last minute in puglia, arte e cultura, mete turistiche, alberghi e ristoranti   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
Itinerari turistici con guida per gruppi, vi proponiamo 6 diversi itinerari studiati appositamente per gruppi e comitive che hanno intenzione di visitare in una giornata posti di indubbio valore architettonico, naturalistico e storico.
Percorrendo la Puglia da nord a sud, nel nord si trovano vaste coltivazioni di grano e, proseguendo verso sud, il colore del paesaggio cambia da giallo a verde per la presenza di ulivi e di vigneti.
Questi motivi vi danno un'idea del perchè i prodotti agricoli della Puglia come la pasta, l'olio di oliva, il vino e i prodotti da forno sono conosciuti ed apprezzati in tutto il mondo.
www.copuglia.it   (299 words)

 Holiday villas and trullis in Puglia   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
Villas in Puglia with private pools are especially popular during the sizzling heat of summer and can be easily found for the ultimate in luxurious holiday accommodation - in Italy, holiday villas are often the preferred option as they provide the space and facilities for a comfortable and convenient family holiday.
Trullis in Puglia offer an exciting and interesting alternative to any other type of Italian holiday home due to their unique rustic appeal and charming originality - nowhere else in the country will you find a holiday trulli.
In Puglia, villas and trullis can be found throughout the region in a countryside entirely suited to walking and cycling, with an abundance of olive groves and vineyards that promote an atmosphere of peace and tranquility.
www.ownersdirect.co.uk /Italy-Puglia-4bed.htm   (274 words)

 Apulia - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Map highlighting the location of Puglia in Italy
Apulia (official Italian name: Puglia) is a region in southeastern Italy bordering the Adriatic Sea in the east, the Ionian Sea to the southeast, and the Strait of Otranto and Gulf of Taranto in the south.
Its southern portion known as Salento, a peninsula, forms the heel of the Italian "boot." The region is comprised of 7,469 square miles (19,345 squ km), and its population is 4,031,885 residents (1991).
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Puglia   (596 words)

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