Friday, November 10
In Aulla, a historic town in the Lunigiana region, the group will make a stop at the awe-inspiring mechanical nativity set of Pallerone. Set up for the first time in 1935 using scrap materials, over the years town residents have been directly involved in its construction and maintenance; in a short amount of time, it’s become one of the most iconic Italian nativity sets, and is so popular that it’s visible year-round and not just during the Christmas period. From Pallerone, the journey will continue on the Versilia coastline to Camaiore, for an exploratory stroll through Medieval times, amid mountains and sea.
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