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What's on in Italy in March
March in Italy

Food and Wine Festivals in Italy in March:

Monastero Bormida (Asti), second Sunday of March: Sagra del Polentissimo, a festival with a historical basis that has been held since the early 19th century. Demonstrations of old craft skills and a procession of about hundred costumed townspeople. One ton of polenta is cooked in the main square, together with large quantities of sausages and a record-sized omelet.

Florence, March 10 to 12: Taste Firenze

Florence, March 25: Capodanno Fiorentino. Until 1750, the beginning of the New Year was celebrated on March 25 in Florence. The ancient celebration is commemorated in Piazza della Chiesa di Santa Annunziata with stalls selling sweets, cakes, and much more.

Pinarella di Cervia, March 18 to 25: Sagra della Seppia The seaside town near Ravenna celebrates seppia (rewrite)

Verona, March 25 to 28, 2012: VinItaly, Italy's largest wine exposition

Turin, Cioccola-To, which usually takes place in March, will now be held in November 2013 - Italian chocolates & more, with a focus on the chocolatiers of Turin. (rewrite)

Folklore in Italy in March

Cosenza, March 12-20, Fiera di San Giuseppe
Religions, culture and folk tales, local products, including two typical food products cavallucci and mostazzuoli.

Pitigliano, March 19, Torciata di San Giuseppe
A solemn procession during which man dressed in the traditional clothing walk through the streets and vias of the town plenty of music, entertainment, food and wine.

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