(ANSAmed) - ROME, MAY 31 - From June 6 to 11, ''Cerealia. The Cereals Festival'' will be back in Rome, a cultural event dedicated to the world of cereals which this year will focus on the Mediterranean. The country will be twinned in this second edition with Turkey, which will be taking over from Egypt. Culture, environment, territory, society, economy, food, and tourism are just some of the themes dealt with by the festival through a wide variety of activities: round tables, meetings, performances, food and wine tastings, guided tours, exhibitions and didactic workshops. The initiative - organised by M.Th.I., ArcheoClub d'Italia, Nur Edizioni, and the Turkish embassy and Culture and Information Office - will be held in several different locations in the capital as well as throughout the Rome province and in the Abruzzo, Puglia and Sardinia regions. Opening the events on June 6 at 5:30 Pm will be a meeting entitled ''A Walk through Time and in the Mediterranean..&the Rites of Vesta'' at the Museo Nazionale Romano, in which Romolo Augusto Staccioli and Alberto Angela will be takin part. For further information: www.cerealialudi.org. (ANSAmed).