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    Pisan June 2020

    Date: 28 May 2020 - 6 July 2020

    BE AWARE! At this point, due to the Covid-19 pandemic, the events of any kind are suspended throughout Italy. Therefore, the events promoted on our website are to be considered cancelled or postponed until further notice. The date in this article is no longer valid.   The Pisan June (Giugno Pisano) is a series of events that take place every year during the month of June, in Pisa, whose climax is represented by the celebrations held in honor of the patron saint of the city, San Ranieri (Saint Rainerius), on June 17th. The Pisan June 2020 will take place between May 28, when the historical game of Mazzascudo will be held in Piazza dei Cavalieri, and July 6, when the ceremony of the Marriage with the Sea will happen.   SHORT HISTORY Originally, Giugno Pisano included only the Luminara held on the eve of the festival and the Palio of San Ranieri held on the day of the Saint, on June 17. Once every four years, the Pisan June also included the Regatta of the Ancient Maritime Republics, the historical reenactment event recalling the rivalry of the most famous Italian maritime republics: Amalfi, Pisa, Genoa and Venice, during which four Read more [...]

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    Luminara di San Ranieri 2020

    Date: 16 June 2020

    BE AWARE! At this point, due to the Covid-19 pandemic, the events of any kind are suspended throughout Italy. Therefore, the events promoted on our website are to be considered cancelled or postponed until further notice. The date in this article is no longer valid.   The candlelight festival Luminara di San Ranieri 2020 will take place on June 16, 2020, in Pisa, as part of a series of events entitled Pisan June 2020, dedicated to the patron saint of the city, San Ranieri. On this occasion, the city lights up with thousands of candles, creating an evocative and unique atmosphere that seems to bring the visitors back in time. Each year, approximately 100,000 candles placed on wooden frames outline the architectural forms of the palaces, bridges, churches and towers on the banks of the Arno river. Later in the evening, many of the candles will be placed on the water of the Arno, between the Fortezza Bridge and the Citadella Bridge, creating an enchanting play of lights and reflections.   SHORT HISTORY The first historical document attesting the tradition of illuminating the city of Pisa with oil lamps dates back to 1337. Before 1688, the feast was held on Read more [...]