[ June, 2013 ] On the way back from Varese Lake in north Italy, I came across a small concert.
The main instrument was bagpipe, so I thought it could be an Irish group.
But in fact it was a local band according to the notice there.
I learned that around here, before Roman Era, the Celtic villages were thriving, so some people think that their origin is Celtic.
One example is the North League, a political party in Italy.
They argue that because they are originally Celtic, they are racially different from the people in south.