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Zagreb Square Turns into ‘Little Italy’ as Italia Fest Kicks Off

instagramLovers of Italian cuisine will be very happy for the next four days as Italia Fest gets underway today in the Croatian capital Zagreb…

From 8 – 12 April on Zagreb’s Europe Square, located just off the main Ban Jelačić Square, will turn into ‘Little Italy’. Specialities from more than 20 Italian regions will be on display at 12 stands. Visitors over the next four days can get introduced to a host of delicacies from areas such as Sicily, Umbria, Toscana, and many more in Italy. Cannoli, dried tomatoes, vegetables in oil, cheese with truffles, real mozzarella, cured meat products, mortadella….it will all be on offer so check it out.  (photo / instagram / journal)



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