They say about us

Here's what people say about us – Lapůta's press review:

What you publish is always interesting and never banal. Compliments!

User from Facebook, 19/8/2018

…curious (both in the sense of 'that arouses curiosity' and in that of 'animated by curiosity')…

Silverio Novelli, journalist, for Treccani magazine, 7/5/2018
 …I congratulate you on the eclecticism and the very high level. In a super-connected world, being surprising and interesting is very difficult. And so far you succeed, among other things, with your happily "light" hand. In short, a little miracle.…
User from Facebook, 24/6/2017, 23/6/2017
Collects tidbits from history and geography’s world.
DMoz (now Curlie), January 2015 (The open directory project)
…a pit of delicious curiosities and a “death trap” if you have limited time…
Doppiaggi Italioti, 13/10/2014 (a Blog about italian film dubbing)
…I recommend that you take a look at all the site that contains excellent articles.
Giorgio Castiglioni for La Casa dei Libri, 14/7/2014 (Italian blog about libraries and librarians)
Laputa reflects the interesting and unusual stories of the world’s culture, history and geography.
Bianca Mikovitš for the Estonian magazine Maaleht, 9/6/2014
Lapůta is a republic based on (mental) masturbation
Silvio Dell'Acqua (the founder), 8 /4/2014
…the unusual and interesting geographical discoveries of Lapůta!
Film Brutti, 2/2/2014 (Italian site about b-movies)
On Lapůta are addressed various and unusual topics, treated with absolute historical and scientific rigor. From popular culture to the characters that have shaped our history, recent and past, from transport -with articles on the major railroads, unusual vehicle and also propeller-powered cars, to less known geography in wich stand out, among others, the insights on the lighthouses, guides for all the men in the sea but also masterpieces of engineering and architecture…
Talento nella Storia, 23/7/2013
Who said that reality is already all written? Lapůta is a site full of curiosity, dedication and truth…
CriticaLetteraria, 19/1/2013
It seems the minds of these people are so taken up with intense speculations, that they neither can speak, nor attend to the discourses of others…
Jonathan Swift, 1726