Next edition dates to be announced (the event was last held in 2015)
Marzabotto (Bologna, Emilia-Romagna region)
The Etruscans and the ancient people who inhabited the Apennines will show their customs and traditions, technology, spirituality and art to the visitors that will come and enjoy this weekend of culture, music and food, enlivened by educational, music, duels, and craft market. With the scientific supervision of the National Etruscan Museum Pompeo Aria, sponsored by the City of Marzabotto Metropolitan City of Bologna and Emilia Romagna, the Society of Arts and Arms, together with the ProLoco Marzabotto organize an event not to be missed.
Inside the park "P.Impastato" near the Reno river, a space will be dedicated to the historical reconstruction: Etruscans, Gauls, Greeks, Ligures and Veneti will recreate scenes from the ancient times, welcoming visitors and explaining how our ancestors cooked, wove, studied, prayed, and got ready for war. Artisans and merchants will offer creations and reproductions inspired by the ancient world. There will be food stands and we will celebrate the Feast of the Etruscan, with a menu rebuilt in collaboration with the Museo Nazionale Etrusco Pompeo Aria inspired by the Etruscan-Roman period.
Please contact the Organizers for confirmation and further details.
Info & Contact
Association/organization name: Compagnia delle Armi e delle Arti – Asociazione Turistica Pro Loco Marzabotto
Address of the event: Parco Peppino Impastato, Via Giacomo Matteotti, Marzabotto
Kainua Festival Web & Facebook page
Text and images are kindly provided by Maria Paone, 2015
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