Travel in Time: Thiene 1492

Come to Thiene during the weekends of september or october, you will leave for a real travel in time! Thiene 1492 is an historical re-enactment which takes place every year, deeply felt by the locals. Its main moment is the great parade, with 1200 volunteers wearing precious historical costumes.

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