From November 13 to 15 Trapani siŽimmerge again in the Middle Ages in a reenactment "Manfredi Trinacria", which this year is now in its fourth edition.
The event created in 2012 through the initiative of some of Trapani, who wanted to relive a moment in the history of the city, fell into oblivion: the arrival in town of Frederick III of Aragon, King of Sicily and his family.
The story goes that during the stay Trapani son Manfredi 11 years accidentally fell from his horse and died instantly.
Parents, broken hearted, decided that the young Manfredi was buried in Trapani, especially in the church of St. Dominic, being the royal dynasty devoted to him by tradition. He ran on Nov. 9, 1317.
The anniversary of the death of Manfred cultural association TradumariEventi recounts in great detail the arrival in town of the royal family, describing the last moments of life of the young Manfredi in a scene obviously medieval, decorated for the occasion in Real Church of San Domenico with the merchants, the artisans, the simple common people, the military and all those figures that enlivened the streets of Trapani at that time.
All participants, who will participate, will be dressed in period will be set up and even dinners with medieval specialties, which on this occasion will be tasted by the audience.
The event will begin at 17 to Friday, November 13 with the re-enactment of the landing of the royal family on an old boat, which will come to the port, docking at the pier Garibaldi.
After landing, there will be the parade, which will march through the streets of the old town to come in front of the Church of St. Dominic for the inauguration of the Medieval Village. At 20.30 will start the Convivio Regale dinner with dishes typical of the era.
There will be the opportunity for the entire weekend of the event to visit the village and the Real Church from 9:30 am to 13 and from 16.30 to 24.00. The event will end at around 20.00 on Sunday November 15th.
PLACE OF THE EVENT
COMMENT "MEDIEVAL REENACTMENT IN TRAPANI"
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