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Marton day wine dinner
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The Marton day all the folk culture, the Christian calendar all kept it in mind as an illustrious day. The day counted as an economic closing date in the folk culture, grazed until an autumn because of the spring, the time of animals kept on a winter in a stable though herding in was traditional.

One of the most popular holidays were Márton days in the Middle Ages, the folk customs lived for the middle of the 20. century entirely, our days though the Márton day goose consumption and new wine there is tasting in many restaurants.

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