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The Carnival of Viareggio: Italy’s Annual Floating Theater
A special, featured blog by NIAF’s Board of Directors Member and Executive Vice President of Scholarships, Grants and Youth Activities, Robert V. Allegrini. It’s cold and dark, but – fortunately – hairless inside the left nostril of Hillary Clinton as … Continue reading
Posted in Blog, Carnival, Culture, Documentary, Europe, Facts, Food, Heritage, History, International, Italian, Italian Food, Italy, Musician, song, Uncategorized, Venice Tagged Carnevale, Carnevale di Viareggio, Carnival, Carnival of Viareggio, Fat Tuesday, Italian, Italy, Lent, Toscana, Travel, Tuscany, Viareggio 1 Comment
Costumes, confetti, and chiacchiere, oh my!
Carnevale in Italy By Danielle DeSimone Every year, before the austerity and penance of Lent, Italy – and, specifically, Venice – comes alive in bursts of colors, costumes, and chiacchiere. This annual festival of Carnevale, known in other parts of … Continue reading
Posted in Blog, Culture, History, Italian, Italy, Travel Tagged Carnevale, Carnival, Confetti, Fat Tuesday, Italian, Italian American, Italian Traditions, Italy, Ivrea, Mardi Gras, maschera, masks, masquerade, masquerade ball, parade, Tradition, Travel, Travel Italy, Travel Tuesday, Venezia, Venice, Viareggio 1 Comment