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Vicenza: hot fried doughnuts with clown
Veneto

Mr. Vincenzo Vodusek has been frying frittelle since 1959. His frittelle are as sweet as paradise, particularily in cold january nights like these.

The popular clown Torototela is much loved by kids of all ages.

Copyright: Alessandro Ugazio
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Taken: 05/01/2012
送信日: 08/01/2012
更新日: 08/10/2014
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Tags: vicenza; frittelle; doughnuts; donuts; torototela; clown; duomo; cathedral; epiphany eve; befana
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