Apulian Carnival

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Apulien: Castel del Monte & Polignano a Mare

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Putignano Carnival is considered one of the main carnivals of Italy, is famous for the spectacular parade of papier-mache floats.    It is also the oldest (dated from 1394) and longest Italian carnival. It starts the day after Christmas and finishes the day before the ash Wednesday. There are four Carnival parades; on the last three Sundays running up to lent and one in the evening of the last day of carnival

Putignano Carnival is considered one of the main carnivals of Italy, is famous for the spectacular parade of papier-mache floats. It is also the oldest (dated from 1394) and longest Italian carnival. It starts the day after Christmas and finishes the day before the ash Wednesday. There are four Carnival parades; on the last three Sundays running up to lent and one in the evening of the last day of carnival

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Putignano: Europe’s oldest and longest Carnival rocks Apulia in southern Italy

Putignano: Europe’s oldest and longest Carnival rocks southern Italy

Putignano: Europe’s oldest and longest Carnival rocks Apulia in southern Italy

Putignano Carnival is considered one of the main carnivals of Italy, is famous for the spectacular parade of papier-mache floats.    It is also the oldest (dated from 1394) and longest Italian carnival. It starts the day after Christmas and finishes the day before the ash Wednesday. There are four Carnival parades; on the last three Sundays running up to lent and one in the evening of the last day of carnival

Putignano Carnival is considered one of the main carnivals of Italy, is famous for the spectacular parade of papier-mache floats. It is also the oldest (dated from 1394) and longest Italian carnival. It starts the day after Christmas and finishes the day before the ash Wednesday. There are four Carnival parades; on the last three Sundays running up to lent and one in the evening of the last day of carnival

Putignano Carnival is considered one of the main carnivals of Italy, is famous for the spectacular parade of papier-mache floats.    It is also the oldest (dated from 1394) and longest Italian carnival. It starts the day after Christmas and finishes the day before the ash Wednesday. There are four Carnival parades; on the last three Sundays running up to lent and one in the evening of the last day of carnival

Putignano Carnival is considered one of the main carnivals of Italy, is famous for the spectacular parade of papier-mache floats. It is also the oldest (dated from 1394) and longest Italian carnival. It starts the day after Christmas and finishes the day before the ash Wednesday. There are four Carnival parades; on the last three Sundays running up to lent and one in the evening of the last day of carnival

Putignano Carnival is considered one of the main carnivals of Italy, is famous for the spectacular parade of papier-mache floats.    It is also the oldest (dated from 1394) and longest Italian carnival. It starts the day after Christmas and finishes the day before the ash Wednesday. There are four Carnival parades; on the last three Sundays running up to lent and one in the evening of the last day of carnival

Putignano Carnival is considered one of the main carnivals of Italy, is famous for the spectacular parade of papier-mache floats. It is also the oldest (dated from 1394) and longest Italian carnival. It starts the day after Christmas and finishes the day before the ash Wednesday. There are four Carnival parades; on the last three Sundays running up to lent and one in the evening of the last day of carnival

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