Holidays and events in Mondovì

[1] Easter: First Sunday after the first full moon after spring equinox: May fall from March 22 to April 25
[2] Pasquetta: Monday after Easter

Places to visit in Mondovì ...

Ceramics Museum, interactive with thematic workshops.
Printing Museum with typographic machines and instruments
Church of LA MISSIONE with paintings by Andrea Pozzo.
Church of Mercy and the Cathedral
Ancient City Palace and Archives
Governor's Palace
The Civic Library
Ghislieri Music Hall
The Bishop's rooms
The Belvedere with the Park of Time
And for those who want to shop: MONDOVICINO

... and surroundings

Sanctuary of Vicoforte with the largest elliptical dome in Europe
The Langhe with its Vineyards and Castles (UNESCO site)
Trekking in the mountains with the possibility of eating and staying in its mountain huts (Mondovì, Garelli, etc)
The ski resorts of Artesina, Prato Nevoso and Frabosa Soprana
The Summer Bob at Artesina (August)
Bossea Caves, Dossi Caves and Caudano Caves.
The Certosa di Pesio and the Pian delle Gorre inside the Natural Park of Alta Valle Pesio
The Lurisia Thermal Spa and the Hammam Center between Mondovì and Villanova
January 1st
New Year
1st day of the year
January 6st
The Catholic Church and other Christian churches recall the manifestation of the divinity of Jesus Christ (also marks the Feast of the Epiphany).
January 6st
Epiphany air balloon meeting
Tradizionale appuntamento con i Balon al Parco Europa
The Catholic Church and other Christian churches recall the resurrection of Jesus.
Easter Monday
Beginning of April
Spring Fair
Weekend variable date. Merchandise of various products in the streets of Mondovì Breo
April 25th
Liberation Day
End of World War II (1945) in Italy and liberation from Nazi-fascism.
May 1st
Workers Day
2 giugno
Italian Republic Holiday
National Holiday, celebrating the birth of the Italian Republic (June 2, 1946).
August 15th
The Catholic Church recalls the Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary.
Over August
Craft Show
5 days of classic and modern handicrafts in the streets of Mondovì Piazza
September 7th
Feu 'dla Madona
Fireworks show in honor of Mary, the patron saint of the city
November 1st
All Saints
December 8th
Immaculate Conception
The Catholic Church remembers the establishment of the dogma that the Blessed Virgin Mary has been preserved, from the moment of his conception, from original sin, and has not committed, throughout his life, any sin, even venial.
From the Immaculate at Christmas
Christmas markets
At Mondovì Piazza exposition of handmade handicraft products
December 25th
The Catholic Church and other Christian churches remind the birth of Jesus Christ.
December 26th
Saint Stephen
Festive Day (not "precept"), established after the war to extend the solemn feast of Christmas.

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