The Patronal Feast of Muna

 

This Saturday, June 30, 2018, we are gathered, as every year, the church of the village of Muna dating from the 17th century to celebrate together our patron saint, Paul of Tarsus.

 Our village of Muna, as some passengers said, is a village of "ghost", deserted and abandoned after the first world war ...
This Saturday is truly an unforgettable time, because joy and happiness are there for all of us ...


Thanks to this festival, with Corsican songs, accompanied by traditional dances and old instruments; this festive moment offers us a return to the past and the opportunity to pay homage to the missing inhabitants, by a commemorative plaque installed on the wall of the church of our village.
A big thank you to all those who have continued to help us, to live our village "ghost" and participate in this festival that makes us want to "wake up" the soul of our village and rebuild one day our life in this village where our parents lived with a lot of happiness and love ...

 

 

 

 

 

Here are some videos of this holiday: