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Sagra del peperone, Carmagnola
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  • You go in Carmagnola pepper fair, also of the peppers. But also, hundreds of stalls and dozens of exhibitors that sell and offer everything and more. There are food stands galore. It's a huge market that occupies the entire downtown. Worth a visit
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  • Now it is mandatory to go; numerous food stands, many stands in General and many shows! Great organization!
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  • Every year we go to pepper Festival of Carmagnola, a place where, in addition to buying the famous peppers, you can spend an afternoon or evening with food stalls and trading of all kinds.
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  • The pepper Festival is the history of Carmagnola and its development around an agricultural product that might seem recently, but instead has great features. The induced cultivation of pepper is large, so large that you're trying to get the denominations of origin. Sooner or later you will succeed! But what we find at the Festival? Apart from an area of exhibition stands (a must of festivals!) There are playgrounds for children and young people, a central area for shows and concerts but above all: food! All varieties of food related to agriculture and livestock breeding area, with a special twinning with the Tyrolean cuisine. All local produce: meat, pastries, cheeses, vegetables, beer and wine, and bread! And of course you can (and should!) buy the Carmagnola peppers. You'll be spoilt for choice between the various manufacturers who display their products, but I advise families who farm in integrated pest management: you'll see that there's no difference with those grown in a "modern", and in addition you will be helping the spread of good practice. In General, take a day and enjoy the scents, flavors, and colors. Don't forget to walk the streets of the city scentrali, glancing on ancient buildings. And Bon Appetit!
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  • Very pretty and not hectic. Well organized. Prices of food stalls average of fairs. Carmagnola peppers are great at prices lower than those of the market. The country is very cute and easy to reach by train.
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  • It is one of the largest and diverse manifestations of Piedmont. Great as an extension as it occupies several squares and streets of the Centre of carmagnola offering a spacious exhibition area for the most diverse products. At least the 2015 Edition expected an area dedicated to street food with different types of food stalls that allowed to wander about what to eat by enabling people to not be forced to eat only in the piazza dei sapori (already very wide and with different dishes) but you can differentiate the menue during all giirni of the Festival. He simultaneously held different activities between cabaret; musical performances; dance; etc that delights visitors; making the Festival, albeit repetitive year after year, overall gidibile and interesting for the news.
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  • A week of typical food from street. Pity that you cannot ever sit. a few chairs and a few tables.
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