This Friday, Turan’s Focolare Farlan, represented by Italo and Amede Scaravetti, the co-chairs of the Castin-Duran duo, Gerard Groszak and Monique Mendez, and the president of Italo-Cascons, Henri Guiardo, welcome friends of Duran. Zéno Bolzicco, Fogolar Furlan of Perth (Australia) and his wife Deborah, Australian citizens on a personal visit to Gers.
The two stayed at the Moulin de Belin, a guest house at Alain’s lecture, which took them to Ach to visit the cathedral and monumental staircase.
As a result, a worthy descendant of Freulen, he had to meet the “Focolare Furlan de Vuscogne”.
Italo and Amedi Scaravetti were happy to guide the couple throughout the visit and to the memorial statue that will be unveiled in Duran in 2021.
As a reminder, the statue was erected by the three associations mentioned above as part of the centenary of Italian immigration to Gascony since the 20th century.
“Even before this period, the Friulians had not been slow to settle around the world before they arrived in France… As surprising as it may seem (but yes!), there were about one hundred and fifty “focolares” or descendants on five continents cultivating the language…”
Italy Scaravetti rejoiced at “international recognition” from “this meeting”.
In one afternoon, Furlan, Italian, French, English mixed with great bursts of laughter in very happy conversations … And, what I actually did, everyone understood each other better and new friends appeared from the southern hemisphere. Seduced by Gascony