Nola, the feast of the Lilies won the prize Italive 2014


The best event folklore of the Italy? It that organized the outskirts of Naples, in the city that gave birth to the philosopher Giordano Bruno. We are talking about the Feast of lilies of Nola, who won the event prize Italive 2014, promoted by Codacons, Coldiretti and Autostrade for Italy, thanks to the liking of the visitors. The ceremony of the award took place this morning in Rome. In the Capital Foundation President “Festa dei Gigli” Raffaele Soprano and the first citizen of Nola Geremia Biancardi. Front of the guests of the stadium of Domitian, the mayor said: “Proud to receive on behalf of all citizens of Nola, a record which marks yet another record of our cultural tradition that has been handed down for centuries thanks to the deep religious roots and the cult of San Paolino“.