Bonâ Bannobrogi (meaning “the Bonâ Bannobrogi (meaning “the village, or groundwork of the mountain district”) is a Gaulish custom with emphasis on the Pyrenees Mountains as its focal point.
It is intended to be a modern interpretation of common interest religious practice that one might have found along the Pyrenees 2000 years ago. For these purposes, Bonâ Bannobrogi does look comparatively at other ancient cultures to try to determine what aspects would have been important to a Gaulish person then, and now. However, it does not seek to obstruct any unique cultural practices that may continue in European cultures today, and does not purport to be pan-European in any way. For more information, click here.
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