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Candles in Candelara Festival

27 November- 12 December 2021. Candles, Santa Claus, local food and traditions.

27 Nov 2021 - 12 Dec 2021 Marche -Candelara (PU)  Children | Christmas/Easter and Religious celebrations | Fairs/Food and Flea markets

Candles in Candelara is the candle festival celebrated every year in the medieval village of Candelara, in Marche, now in its 17th edition.
Every night, on the weekends of late November, and mid-December, 2021, the village is lit by thousands of candles.

During the 7-day festival, visitors can enjoy a number of events: Christmas market, nativity scenes, shows, music, street artists and local delicacies.
Over 70 wooden stalls sell handcrafted objects, gift ideas and candles of every kind and size.
It is also possible to taste traditional dishes in two large heated facilities: polenta with mushrooms, salted codfish with potatoes, grilled meat, piadina, fried olives, apple pancakes, roasted chestnuts and new wine.

There is also a narrow alley covered with snow for children. In Santa Claus’ Workshop, children can work with different materials (clay, wax, paper, wood) to make Christmas decorations, as well as meet Santa Claus to hand him their letters.
Plus, guided tours in textile laboratories, where traditional fabrics are woven using looms from the beginning of the 20th century.

Additionally, a music band of 35 Santa Clauses, and Santa Clauses playing bagpipes in the streets of Candelara. And, of course, tastings of local food, concerts, guided tours and much more.

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(photos: Roberto Serfilippi and website of the event)

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