|wine and food of Etruria|
|modern and ancient architecture|
|Georgia and Elena of Archeoares with Passepartout card|
Archeoares, the group that manages the Museum, and Symposium wine shop organized an itinerary through the museum with stops for tasting four different wines.
|blessing the wine|
|Crucifixion attributed to Michelangelo|
|the Duomo and Papal Palace loggia|
Although it was a cold, windy day we noticed a buzz of activity and positive vibes with groups of tourists, new shops and new B&Bs as we walked from the Duomo to the Corso.
Inside the former Church of S. Egidio, Confartiginato had also organized a 3 day exhibit/market of traditional Easter foods "Degustando la Pasqua" .
|Anna and Dario from Montefiascone|
A dozen producers of local cheeses, wines, olive oil, breads and pizze di Pasqua showed off their wares offering samples, making shopping for traditional Easter foods both easy and fun...and nobody even thought about lunch!
|Il Casaletto from Grotte Santo Stefano|
|a traditional frittata, for Pasquetta|
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