puglia - Iole-s-blog
PUGLIA In Puglia there are a lot of famous people. We remember: Al Bano, stage name of Albano Carrisi (Cellino San Marco, May 20, 1943), is a singer and producer of Italian wine. Caparezza, stage name of Michele Salvemini (Molfetta, October 9, 1973), is an Italian singer-songwriter and rapper. Lino Banfi, stage name of Pasquale Zagaria (Andria, July 9, 1936), is an actor, comedian, television presenter, screenwriter, writer, voice actor and UNICEF ambassador Italian Lunetta Savino (Bari, 2 novembre 1957) è un'attrice italiana Emma Marrone, stage name of Emmanuela Brown, and sometimes known simply as Emma (Florence, May 25, 1984), is an Italian singer. Alessandra Amoroso (Galatina, August 12, 1986) is an Italian singer Checco Zalone, as Luca Pasquale Doctors (Bari, June 3, 1977), is a comedian, comedian, musician, songwriter, actor and impersonator Italian. Antonio Cassano (Bari, July 12, 1982) is an Italian football striker Milan and the Italian national team. In Puglia there are a lot of events and occasions. For example in Torremaggiore the first Sunday of June we celebrate our patron: Saint Sabino and in other days we celebrate usual italian’s festivals. In our special days we invite famous artists in our town, we prepare the fires d 'artifice and we eat our traditional foods. Tipical foods in Puglia are:cheeses, vegetables, wine, oil, and lots of fish. Usual traditional foods are: Cappello Calzone Ncapriata Orecchiette Brasciole Alici Taralli In Salento clothing men (almost always with his face shaved) consisted of shorts and tight, her legs covered with colorful stockings; the bodice and short jacket were edged by a black ribbon. The Phrygian cap on his head had cone-shaped with the tip bent on 'right ear. The color of the dress was always blue, while the fabric could be wool or cotton. The women had a long robe, close by a belt which hung a small fabric bag. The skirt, with a number of large folds, was going to join the fitted bodice; the hair was gathered behind the neck and divided by a scrima straight. On their heads were also a handkerchief, which was dark for older, colored to the youngest.