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What is the Italian Ferragosto holiday?

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It seems that Ferrogusto , Ferragosto, ferrogosto is a part pagan, part christian, part traditional celebration closely linked to the assumption of Mary Magdelene into heaven...wouldn't bet money on it though as opinions seem to be as varied as the spelling.
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