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Ferragosto, The long Italian Summer
Originally named Feriae Augusti to mean festival of Augustus, Ferragosto still symbolizes a period of rest from the hard labor of the year. It is a time to reflect on what was accomplished and perhaps lay out goals for the next year all while sitting on a beach or expanding your travel repertoire.
August 12, 2021 — Sabrina Hebert