(ANSA) – SANTO STEFANO DI SESSANIO, 04 DEC – There are 26 events leading up to the 14th National Festival of the Most Beautiful Villages in Italy, which will take place in Abbateggio and Caramanico Terme (Pescara) in September 2022. “Abruzzo which brings home the club’s banner to celebrate the three national days is significant “said Antonio Di Marco, president of the Association of the Abruzzo and Molise Villages, on the first day of events held in Santo Stefano di Sessanio (L’Aquila ). “With the launch in Pettorano sul Gizio on January 8, this begins the calendar of events in the certified villages, 25 from Abruzzo and 4 from Molise, to make the excellence and traditions of the territories known throughout the year. Abruzzo and Molise must be perfect for this national and international showcase “.
Yesterday and today first appointment in Santo Stefano di Sessani; this morning visit of the mayors to the revived Torre Medicea.
“The idea of making a path to get to the Festival that will go beyond regional borders found us all in agreement – said Mayor Fabio Santavicca – The work will be hard, but we can do it. With this initiative of authenticity and identity we will do showcase of our region in Italy “. For the Abruzzo Region, which will support the initiative, the Regional Councilor for Budget Guido Quintino Liris was present.
“Growing up in the Monti della Laga, I realized that, although I pride myself on being Abruzzo, in reality I still don’t know this region well. A place to discover, but you have to team up” said Benedetta Rinaldi, journalist and TV presenter, who will be the godmother of the Festival.
“We need to network to achieve results – said Valentina Corneli, M5s deputy – This is the time to make a change of mentality, taking advantage of the Pnrr. Abruzzo oil is the beauty and the work of the most beautiful villages in Italy is commendable “.
Antonio Vella, Campania regional coordinator of the most beautiful villages in Italy and mayor of Monteverde, municipality winner of the “Access City Awards 2019”, spoke about accessibility; Mauro Guerra, coordinator of the most beautiful villages in Italy for Emilia Romagna, underlined the value of energy communities for the enhancement of the villages. (HANDLE).
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