Events in Massa Lubrense

Massa Lubrense Events Calendar

August 2019
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29 July 201930 July 201931 July 2019 1 August 2019

TORRE TURBOLO

TORRE TURBOLO
2 August 2019 3 August 2019

"I nostri primi 20 anni"

"I nostri primi 20 anni"
4 August 2019

MASSA LUBRENSE - MARINA LOBRA - ANNUNZIATA

MASSA LUBRENSE - MARINA LOBRA - ANNUNZIATA

MONTE FAITO

MONTE FAITO
5 August 2019

TORRE TURBOLO

TORRE TURBOLO
6 August 2019

TORRE TURBOLO

TORRE TURBOLO
7 August 20198 August 2019 9 August 2019

TORRE TURBOLO

TORRE TURBOLO
10 August 2019

"IL ROSARIO DELL'ASSUNTA"

"IL ROSARIO DELL'ASSUNTA"

TORRE TURBOLO

TORRE TURBOLO
11 August 2019
12 August 201913 August 201914 August 201915 August 2019 16 August 2019

VALLE DELLE FERRIERE

VALLE DELLE FERRIERE
17 August 201918 August 2019
19 August 201920 August 201921 August 201922 August 201923 August 201924 August 2019 25 August 2019

MASSA LUBRENSE -PUOLO

MASSA LUBRENSE -PUOLO

"NAVIGANDO TRA I DUE GOLFI"

"NAVIGANDO TRA I DUE GOLFI"
26 August 201927 August 201928 August 201929 August 201930 August 201931 August 2019 1 September 2019

"IL DESERTO DI SANT'AGATA

"IL DESERTO DI SANT'AGATA

Lemon Festival in Massa Lubrense

Among the various festivals in Massa Lubrense, during the summer, the “highlight” is undoubtedly the Lemon Festival, where the opportunity is excellent to taste many delicacies of the Massa Lubrense cuisine based on the typical citrus fruit that gives the name at the festival: the oval Massese lemon called “femminiello”. A series of events that take place in the city center, following the flavors of the lemon-scented dishes, the sounds of popular music, the rediscovery of the oldest palaces, streets, typical corners.

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Good Friday processions in Massa Lubrense

There are two processions of the dead Christ that take place in Massa Lubrense on Good Friday: the one of the Archconfraternity of Death and Oration of Massa Centro and the one of the Confraternity of San Filippo Neri di Torca. The Good Friday procession is a dramatic and symbolic representation of the passion and death of Christ, a direct filiation of similar medieval representations, enriched and integrated by the theatrical taste introduced by the Spaniards.

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