Italy, Religious-festivals

Festa di San Vivenzio

Where: Blera, Viterbo (Lazio)
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Festa di San Biagio e Santa Giacinta

Where: Vignanello, Viterbo (Lazio)
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Festa del mare

Where: Porto San Giorgio, Fermo (Marche)
The citizens of Porto San Giorgio organize a festival that features the sea: ten tons of squid are fried in the pan Giant Adriatic.
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Festa di Santa Maria Assunta

Where: Lugnano In Teverina, Terni (Umbria)
Eventi Every year hundreds of visitors flock to the streets of the country animated by music, historical parades, aromas and tastes of ancient traditions.
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Madonna del Pozzo

Where: Rocchetta Sant'antonio, Foggia (Puglia)
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La Macchina di Santa Rosa

Where: Viterbo, Viterbo (Lazio)
Eventi Each year, on 3rd September, the traditional transportation of the "Macchina di Santa Rosa" is held in memory of the translation of the saint’s body (in 1258).
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Sagra del Monticino

Where: Brisighella, Ravenna (Emilia Romagna)
Eventi
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Festa di Santa Lucia

Where: Siracusa, Siracusa (Sicilia)
Feast of Saint Lucia to the city of Syracuse is a deeply felt religious festival and followed by the faithful who flock here in the Sicilian town.
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Santa Lucia

Where: Percile, Roma (Lazio)
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Tombola Vivente

Where: Vignanello, Viterbo (Lazio)
Eventi One of the most deeply rooted traditions, one of the deepest passions of the inhabitants of this town of Viterbo is ultimately expressed by the Mad Tombola Living. A backdrop to the characteristic Piazza della Repubblica bounded by the Collegiate Church, Castle and the Palazzo Ruspoli Pretorio.
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