This Saturday, July 1, 2017, Muna does not remain a desert "ghost" village as the occasional passengers often say, because there are about forty people who gathered to celebrate his patron saint: San Paulus, in his church of the village of Muna, which comes back to life on the arrival of sunny days.
Work has been done by volunteers to repair the roof of the damaged sacristy and transform some old houses into living space that can accommodate passengers but also the descendants of those who once lived here. This is one of the ways to promote the "second life of Muna".
After this festive celebration and sung, we even made the procession to the great cross that dominates the entire Liamone Valley and shared together the meal from the bag: hearty menu with the bastelles, Corsican sausages ... and the Homemade cakes, please!
Under the clipped linden, we sang, played the harmonica, the mandolin and even danced to the last clouds that passed on the forecourt of the church of the village of Muna.
This patronal festival has become for us all a sacred, unforgettable and unique moment where it offers us a return to the past and the opportunity to pay homage to the missing inhabitants via a commemorative plaque installed on the wall of this beautiful church of Muna.
A big thank you to all those who helped to repair the roof of the sacristy of Muna Church and to all the participants of this festival that make us want to "wake up" the soul of our village and rebuild one day our life in this village where our parents lived surely with a lot of heart and love.
A participant of this festival.