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Some typical Carnival masks from Italy February 15, 2008

Filed under: Carnivals — Gina @ 9:20 pm
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In Italy, this year, we celebrate the Carnival on the 3rd ,4th and 5th of February, just before Lent . On this occasion we put on traditional masks. In our country each region or each city has got a traditional Carnival mask: here are some of them in our drawings.

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Classe 5^A – Scuola Primaria “A. Ciancia”- Francavilla in Sinni (PZ) Italia
 

13 Responses to “Some typical Carnival masks from Italy”

  1. stbrendans Says:

    Hi this is Aoife(11) and Jenny(11) from Ireland.
    We enjoyed looking at your pictures.
    What age are you?
    You are very creative. Did you enjoy the carnival?
    Our next carnival will be St. Patrick’s Day on the 17th of March.
    We are all looking forward to it.
    St. Patrick brought Christianity to Ireland.

  2. Liliana Mihalachi Says:

    Very colourful drawings. We like them very much. We don’t have carnivals here so it was nice to find out more about this tradition in your region.

    Liliana&the kids

  3. Gina Says:

    Dear Irish friends,
    thanks for your compliments, we are happy you
    enjoyed them!
    We are 10 and 11 and we are in the last year of
    the primary school.
    Our wishes for your Carnival.
    Classe 5^A.

  4. Gina Says:

    Dear Liliana and kids,
    we are happy you like our pictures, we will tell you some more about our Carnival.
    Thank you very much!
    Classe 5^A

  5. philjohnson Says:

    Our younger children (at school) made masks a couple of weeks ago to mark Chinese New Year. They were of the rat – this year is the Year of the Rat – and they really enjoyed playing Chinese music and performing a dragon dance.
    It reminded me that you also were making masks – of course Italy is well-known for it’s masks, I am of course thinking of the Venice masks. (Venetian)
    Well done Gina.

  6. marina y andrea Says:

    felizidades ha habido muchos dibujos bastante guays

  7. Concetta Gigliotti Says:

    Hello from Australia
    Love the Francavilla sul Sinni addition to the blog. I will show my students next time I see them.
    Regards from Concetta Gigliotti
    Andersons Creek Primary school
    Australia

  8. Gina Says:

    Hi Concetta!
    I’m so happy to meet you here!
    Thanks for accepting my invitation!
    Do you like this Blog? If you look there are many additions from our school and for your children’s penpals!
    What about joining us?
    I’ll ask if it’s possible!
    All the best!
    Gina

  9. Liliana Says:

    Hello, Concetta! Are you an Italian teacher living in Australia?
    Thanks for reading our blog.
    If you want to join us as collaborator, you are very welcome to do it.
    A presto,
    Liliana

  10. Imma Buono Says:

    Hello Liliana ,
    I am a teacher in Australia teaching Italian to Primary students. We would be interested in collaborating with you in 2010.

    Talk to you soon,
    Imma

  11. Liliana&the kids Says:

    Hello, Imma!
    Anche io parlo l’Italiano un po.
    It’s really great we have readers from Australia. I look forward to reading your posts. Please let me know when you want me to send you an invitation to join us on this blog.
    Un abbraccio.

    • Imma Buono Says:

      Ciao Liliana, di dove sei ?
      Sono australiana ma i miei parenti sono Italiani.
      We will be finishing the school year in 3days time and recommence late January. Can you please send me an invite in early Feb 2010 ?

      buon natale

      • Liliana&the kids Says:

        Ciao di nuovo, Imma!
        Io sono romena, ma parlo l’italiano un po’ perche ho insegnato l’inglese un anno scolastico in Italia.
        Anche noi finiamo la scuola abbastanza presto, la prossima settimana. Adesso stiamo preparando dei materiali per il nuostro blog di Natale su http://carollingineurope.wordpress.com. Se vuoi, puoi mandare anche tu qualcosa.
        I will invite you on this blog in February, but please remind me again in case I forget.
        All the best and Buon Natale anche a te!


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