International Chocolate Day in St. Stephen’s Basilica.

13.09.2019

Chocolate is one of the world’s favorite flavors, possibly THE most loved taste across 7 continents. This magic bean has been consumed by humans from as far back as 1900 BC, and was an integral part of the Aztec and Mayan civilizations and culture. Europeans combined it with milk and sugar, and with the Industrial Revolution and mass production, the modern era of chocolate began. Though it originated in the Americas, today the small African country of Cote D’Ivoire produces 30% of the world’s cocoa. Everyone loves it, the recipes are endless and September 13th is celebrated as international chocolate day.

Place: Budapest, St. Stephen’s Basilica, Szent István tér, Hungary
Date: September, Friday 13, 2019
Start: 02:00 PM- 08:00 PM
Admission: Free

Venue

Budapest, St. Stephen's Basilica, Szent István tér, Hungary

Price

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