At Easter, 19, 20 and April 21, 2014, an extraordinary meeting with the Market Ascoli Piceno!
This year, a happy event for the special edition of April, because it coincides with Easter, and therefore a valuable opportunity to spend the Easter holidays together.
To accommodate the growing tourism and to provide an opportunity to gather Ascoli will be offered the traditional "Easter breakfast" at the Town Hall Square Garden Arringo.
The breakfast table on Easter traces the domestic dimension of the Passover rite and convivial drawing inspiration from ancient documents and cookbooks, to testimony of the oral tradition, all offered on antique pottery Marche.
Edited historians Thomas Padlocks, Leonardo Saws and Adalberto Bucciarelli the presentation of the ancient culinary traditions from Easter gastronomic point of view and religious.
It will also be an exhibition on the ancient cultural "Pubs" with hundreds of popular ceramics from the seventeenth to the twentieth century that tell through the "symbols" depicted the traditions and culture of the people.
The project involves the City of Ascoli Piceno, the Association Marsyas 360 ° Piceno and Promotion.
As with any special edition of the market there is a significant participation of antiques from various Italian regions, raising the quality of supply.
Many antique dealers and collectors working in the service of "story" to get us into the world of memory. The spell called, well, "memory" takes place right before our eyes as we stroll among the stalls of the Market Antique dealer of Ascoli Piceno. It is in the markets that we discover how the memory has a precise shape.
It turns out that the most insignificant objects are actually fragments of memory, returning to live in the "ancient emporiums" better known as the antique markets, they are a tool to bring people to the past and the most fascinating aspect is the magic that is created when walking the same streets and historical persons whatsoever.
The antiques is also appreciated for its "originality" though apparently has no historical value, but the shape and material make the subject appealing fascinating.