the enchanting October among the castles of Strassoldo

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the enchanting October among the castles of Strassoldo




Friuli: the enchanting October among the castles of Strassoldo


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Friuli: the enchanting October among the castles of Strassoldo


“Magical autumnal weaves”: this is the evocative title of the event to be held at the Castle of Strassoldo di Sopra in the homonymous Friulian village in the province of Udine (joined the exclusive Club of the Most Beautiful Villages of Italy in 2019) Friday 16 October ( 14-19), Saturday 17 October and Sunday 18 October 2020 (9-19).

Among the evocative autumnal decorations (a feature that has always distinguished the events of Strassoldo) and the old charm of the site, the call will always be that of rigorously selected craftsmen and nurserymen of excellence, but the development will be different than usual and for this reason the original title has been changed (“In Autumn: Frutti, Acque e Castelli”).

A magical thread -A one-way magic thread will link the history and nature of the place with the exhibitors, who will be inserted in a harmonious way along the entire route. The itinerary will unfold smoothly in the gardens of the castelli Strassoldo and the secular park, crossed by the enchanting springs. The area of ​​the event will be very large, so gatherings will be avoided and all the necessary safety protocols will be more easily enforced.

Safety first – A lot of attention, in fact, for safety: the coronavirus had unfortunately led to the cancellation of the spring party, but now the greater knowledge on the safety rules to counter it, combined with the pressure of the public and exhibitors, have pushed the organizers to find the right formula to live together, in maximum safety, with the situation and to develop an autumn initiative that provides for a different logistics, while maintaining all the charm of the previous editions.

For more information: www.castellodistrassoldo.it

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