Campolonghetto di Bagnaria Arsa (Italy), Friday 6 January 2017
Held every year on Epiphany, a Christian feast day that is celebrated in many countries on 6 January, the Marcia dei Magi is a non-competitive run and walk that attracts several hundred participants every year.
Three multi-terrain routes are available, approximately 7km, 15km and 21km long.
Starting in the village of Campolonghetto, which is located near the old fortress town of Palmanova in the Friuli-Venezia Giulia region in the north-east of Italy, all routes are very flat loops through farmland and villages on the vast Bassa Friulana Plain.
Event details: 36. Marcia dei Magi 2017
Venue (Map): Campolonghetto di Bagnaria Arsa (Palmanova 6km, Udine 27km, Trieste 55km, Venice 107km)
Date: 6 January 2017 (Friday, Epiphany, public holiday in Italy)
Routes: 7km, 15km, 21km
Start time: 8.30-9.30 (21km), 8.30-10.00 (7km, 15km)
Start and finish: piazza San Giacomo (in the centre of the village)
Entries: centro sociale, piazza San Giacomo (on the day 7.30-10.00)
Entry fees: € 3 (€ 2.50 for FIASP members)
You get: snacks and drinks on the course and in the finish area
Timekeeping: No. This is a non-competitive event.
Prizes: trophies and product prizes to the largest groups
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