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Torino - Italia / The Medieval Village is located in Turin at the Valentino Park, along the Po river. Here you can find handicraft shops, the medieval garden and a beautiful cast
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Fontana dei 12 mesi, Novembre #novembre #torino_magica

Fontana dei 12 mesi, Novembre #novembre #torino_magica

Torino, fontana dei 12 mesi... #torino #magica #magia

Torino, fontana dei 12 mesi... #torino #magica #magia

1884-Esposizione Generale Italiana Il Borgo Medievale fu costruito per ospitare l'Esposizione.  1884-The Medieval Village was built for the Italian General Expo #worldsfairs

Generale Italiana Il Borgo Medievale fu costruito per ospitare l'Esposizione. Medieval Village was built for the Italian General Expo

Medieval earthenware | medieval food dinner cooking pottery table letmebev#MedievalJousting #JustJoustIt

niiv: This actually looks really appealing. When I was in Denmark we were at a Viking Festival and had some food a bit like this and it was SO GOOD. A sort of grain gruel, some bread, mixed crushed red berries, honey and a slab of butter.

Medieval Times Roasted Chicken, they also start with tomato soup, and do apple tart. Maybe add grapes or applesauce?

Medieval Times Roasted Chicken: their full meal consists of tomato bisque soup, roasted chicken, sweet buttered corn, half of an herb-baked potato, and an apple turnover.

Springerle cookies, produced from cookie moulds dating back to the 14th Century. Used for important announcements and communications of the day: weddings, births, political satire, holidays, harvest times.

Springerle cookies produced from cookie moulds dating back to the Century. Used for important announcements and communications of the day: weddings births political satire holidays harvest times.

Medieval GingerbreadBy James L. Matterer  The gingerbread being discussed in this article comes from recipes originally used in the 14th  15th centuries, and isnt anything at all like our modern cake-like variety. It is in fact more like a candy or a confection

Medieval Gingerbread By James L. Matterer The gingerbread being discussed in this article comes from recipes originally used in the & centuries, and isn’t anything at all like our modern cake-like variety. It is in fact more like a candy or.

Medieval Rose Pudding from Curye on Inglysh (CI.IV. 53) Recipe from: The Medieval Cookbook by Maggie Black

Medieval Rose Pudding, from Maggie Black's The Medieval Cookbook. Yoinked from livejournal. WARNING - Commercial roses may have been grown with pesticides not cleared for human food crops. Use the rose water or your own roses.