On Saturday 30th of June in Papariano (via Nazionale) the Ashcroft will perform again liners by Serena Finatti that will presents her last work “Fragile e Fiera”.
Fraction of the municipality of Fiumicello Villa Vicentina, recognized his identity when in 1937 the first stone of the church dedicated to Maria SS Regina was blessed. The building, simple and collected, was built for the tenacity of two priests, with the money and work of the entire community of Papariano, in which, after the suppression of the small family church of Andriani, commissioned by Giuseppe II, there were no places of worship. Fiumicello, born as an agricultural village of the prosperous Roman colony of Aquileia, owes his name to the Latin word flumen and mentioned for the first time (Fiumisèl) in an act of 1174. His history is intimately linked to that of Aquileia: with it it suffers the devastating invasions of the Huns, the Visigoths, the Ostrogoths, the Avars and the Longobards; with this, Papariano sees the advent of Christianity and the establishment of patriarchal power.