Rovigo – On the air on Radio Delta, President of the Accademia dei Concordi Giovanni Boniolo Broadcast viewers are told “Excellent, stories that leave their mark”, Reported by journalist Fiammetta Benetton.
Bunyolo, you were born in Padua, how did you get to Polesine?
“I was born and raised in Padua. When I was first invited to a conference in Rovigo, as a Paduan, I didn’t even know exactly where it was… But fortunately, here I met what would later become my wife, precisely on Valentine’s Day. Then I suggested that I stay For at least two years in this city…and in the end, I was there for 30 years.I moved around the world a lot because of my job as an early years teacher, but here I found a very nice and welcoming environment.My children have been raised well, and have been in and out of high school And they’ve got a higher education, because the schools in the area are good schools. I can simply say that I feel at home because, after all, I’ve spent half my life here.”
Not only culture, but also sports are a pillar of her life.
“I started playing sports when I was 11 years old, I loved basketball. I joined Petrarca’s first team when I was 15. At the same time, I have always been rigorous in my studies. In addition to basketball, I am engaged in horseback riding, diving and tennis. Then the bike came “A passion that took root in my life after my father passed away. He was a great cyclist and loved to build his own bikes. He would always ask me to go riding with him and I would always say no. When he passed away, I took the bike he made for me and decided to carry on with his passion.”
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