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Foods from the world at Tastes of the Frontier in Gorizia

The 18th edition counts 341 booths from 30 countries

13 September, 08:54

(ANSA) - GORIZIA, 13 SET - Approaching the kick-off of its 18th edition, Tastes of the Frontier has unveiled the highlights of its world map of tastes and flavors for the 2023 edition, scheduled from Thursday, September 21, to Sunday, Sept. 24, in Gorizia.
    The tried-and-true food and wine festival was presented today at a press conference attended by Gorizia Mayor Rodolfo Ziberna, Municipal Councillor for Major Events Arianna Bellan, and Regional Councillor for Productive Activities and Tourism Sergio Bini.
    What is unanimously considered one of the most impressive and participated events dedicated to food in the Triveneto region and a must-attend event now at the national level becomes this year, more than ever, the gastronomic epicenter of Europe given the long-awaited Go! 2025, Nova Gorica and Gorizia Capital of Culture 2025, when international attention will be focused on a unique territory in its history, geography, landscape, and culture, including gastronomy.
    Not only dishes and delicacies from all over the world then - with 341 stands representing more than 30 countries from the five continents located on streets and squares - but at the festival, there is a place of honor for top local specialties.
    Among the protagonists of this edition are some of the main Slow Food 'presidia' that will be displayed in the new "Park of Taste" within the institutional area housed in the Municipal Park.
    The 'Io sono FVG' branded products will also play a prominent role. The upcoming 2023 edition confirms the format dividing the city center into geographic Villages: 14, a colorful Taste Map featuring the Borgo Street food, the Borgo Oriente - from this year in the new location of Piazza Vittoria given the success of Thai cuisine, Northern Europe, the much-loved Borgo France, the Borgo 3P-Pane pasta pizza, the delicatessen from Austria, Central Europe, the Balkans, with Slovenia, Greece, Serbia, Romania and Bosnia, Africa, the successful Borgo Mare, the Borgo Latino, and the American one. There will be several free openings of cultural venues and exhibitions during the event, beginning with free admission to Gorizia Castle, the Lasciapassare/Prepustnica Border Museum, the Rafut Pass, and the Erpac Museums in Borgo Castello.September 24 (ANSA).

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