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Osmiza is a centennial tradition placed in the border between Italy and Slovenia, on the former austro hungaric empire.
A rule from the emperor allowed the peasants to sell their wine and cold cuts without taxes for only eight days on their premises. In 2012, the tradition adapts and endures.
This is a short version of an upcoming longer documentary, made for the latin american magazine Anfibia. Here you can find the original article:
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