The Umarells: A Cultural Phenomenon in Italy has now become part of the daily fabric at Office Divvy in Palm Coast (or in Italian, “Palma Costa”). All thanks to our colleague Mark Woods! First, a little on Umarells… In recent years, a new cultural phenomenon has taken Italy by storm: the Umarells. Umarells are mostly older gentlemen, who can be found loitering around construction sites and renovation projects, peeping through […]
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