Reggio di Calabria - edp - 60 ml
• Year: 2020
• Eau de Parfum
• 60 ml / 2.03 fl oz
• Top Notes: Sweet Orange, Scots Pine, Green Apple, Pineapple
• Middle Notes: Roman Sage, Ylang-Ylang, Muget, Magnolia
• Base Notes: Vanilla, Amber, Sandalwood, Patchouli
Regio's origins are lost between archeology and mythology: it was, probably from the end of the 3rd millennium BC, inhabited by pelagic populations from Ashkenazios, Ausonians, Enotrios and, finally, by the Italos, a city called Erythrà ('The Red One') by the Calcides. It was an important and flourishing polis of Magna Grecia surrounded by numerous districts that had fortifications in front of the island of Sicily, it was later a Roman municipium and seat of the Corrector of Lucania and Brucia, as well as being a hub of commercial, maritime and land networks throughout the entire classical age. Via Regilia (or Via Annea) left from Regium, a road built in the 2nd century BC. that reached Capua, and from there to Rome. From its port called 'Rhegina Column', to the north of the city, boats left for Sicily, and from its ancient Greek port, to the south of the city, for the entire Mediterranean.