The parade was great, crowds and crowds of people milling around walking up and down the parade route until it started. It was an annual celebration festival of the towns history. All the participants wear thoroughly researched clothing of spectacular design and construction probably worn by their families (and royalty) dating to the Middle Ages--drummers, horn players, outfits were more beautiful than I could have imagined and everyone played their part with hair, beards, horses, dogs, bulls, hawks and owls.
Spoiler Alert: Everyone will tell you that I took a ton of photos at the parade, so many that I'll put up a separate post about the parade pictures. I did try to keep them to a minimum, but there are probably a little over 40. Check out that separate page. I'll call it, Day 5 - Foligno Parade. (The numbers of the days are counted for my trip, you may have arrived later.)
|Deruta park with ceramic benches|
|This is a big (4 ft.) table top.|