50 Years of Ladin Carnival in Alba and Penìa
Discovering the traditions of the Ladin people
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In winter Carnival is the most important folk event in Val di Fassa. This summer visitors will be given the possibility of exploring the world of Ladin Carnival in Val di Fassa by visiting the exhibition organised by the "Grop de la Mèscres da Dèlba e Penìa", an important local cultural association. The exhibition aims at telling 50 years of Carnival history, in particular in the communities of Alba and Penìa, by displaying traditional Ladin costumes and wooden masks of the most famous Carnival characters, such as "Laché", "Bufon" and "Marascons". At the Cèsa Dolavilla in Penìa, every day 5.00 - 7.00 p.m. Free entry.
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