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Mercado artesanal. Febrero del 2014
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Mercadillo de artesanía "Las 4 Plazas"


El segundo domingo del mes, exceptuando los meses estivales, los artesanos de la comarca se dan cita en la Plaza del Ayuntamiento de Mula. Una gran diversidad de productos tradicionales te esperan, entre los que nunca faltan los útiles de forja y esparto, los objetos de madera, las ollas y lebrillos de barro, las sillas de anea, alfombras y jarapas de lana, los olorosos embutidos de la comarca, el pan y los dulces caseros, el vino, el aceite, etc.  Además en cada mercadillo se realizan demostraciones artesanas, degustación de productos típicos, actividades y animaciones y se invita a los visitantes a recorrer cada uno de los rincones del municipio

El nombre del mercadillo, “Las 4 Plazas”, viene dado porque en su origen lo realizaban los 4 pueblos de la comarca del Río Mula, aunque en la actualidad es solo Mula quien lo realiza de forma periódica.

Texto extraído de la página del ayuntamiento de Mula en http://www.mula.es/user/pagina.php?id_tipo=2&id_pagina=40

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