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“Every spring, Accettura, a mountain village of about 2,000 people in the Basilicata region of southern Italy, celebrates its patron, Saint Julian, with an arboreal wedding. Called Il Maggio di Accettura, the wedding is an ancient pagan tradition that draws thousands.”

Su The New York Times: “A Marriage of Two Trees: an Unusual Wedding in a Small Italian Town”, un’articolo che racconta il Maggio di Accettura. Leggi tutto l’articolo: