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About this app

Tell me, Scheherazade, 
 as I walk the streets of Salento.
Let me meet the Saracen warriors, down with a laborer in mills, talk to a monaco of seventeen hundred.
He sings in your ears as this sea, do not tell me the facts, but the stories.

Scheherazade: Storymaker for traveling.
It is the application that will change the way you travel in Salento and Puglia.
It is a digital storyteller, which allows the traveler to listen on your smartphone rumors and tales about the place in which it is located.
Scheherazade tells charming. Returns the sense of place through the living experience of the narrative. It is a narrative map: step by step, cross and love stories of struggle, stories of work and daily life, curious anecdotes and legends.

The application indicates to the traveler its location on the map and suggested he listen to the stories set in the place where it is located or which is approaching.
Just put your headphones on, press play and let Scheherazade begins to tell, as he looks around, and listen to stories directly from the voice of the characters, real or imaginary, that have lived there: the king and peasants, monks and warriors, sirens and tarantate ...

While listening, the traveler may follow the text on their smartphone, or be carried away by the sound of the voice and the music.

For users:
- Plug your headphones or earbuds to your smartphone: it is the best way to enjoy the app.
- The app works only with an internet connection.
- The app is optimized for Android 4.0 and later.
Updated on
Feb 1, 2024

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