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2007 Confeugo in Rapallo, Italy.

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Confeugo m

  1. A traditional Genoese event, occurring in the last Sunday before Christmas, in which the abbot and the political leaders of Genoa exchange greetings, and laurel logs and branches are burned in a public bonfire.
    • January–March 2011, Franco Bampi, Fâ de Cöse che no Costan Dinæ in A Compagna, Essegraph srl, page 1:
      Ecco chi sotta i mogogni do Confeugo che o Prescidente da Compagna, l’Abòu, o l’à fæto a-a Scindico de Zena, o Duxe, []