In Serravalle Langue's historic hide-and-seek game, Edo searches for 299 villagers to win the Golden Hazelnut, but amidst the fun lies a deeper reverence for the heroes of World War II.
The true story of the world's greatest hide-and-seek match - Tradition, Memory, Heritage
In the picturesque village of Serravalle Langue, anticipation buzzes in the air as the 70th edition of the World's Biggest Hide-And-Seek Game commences. As the sole seeker, Edo embarks on a daunting challenge: to find 299 villagers in the vast landscape, with the last one remaining concealed earning the coveted title and the illustrious Golden Hazelnut. As this record-breaking competition unfolds, it becomes more than just a game—it's a revered tradition that transcends generations. Rooted deeply in the village's history, the event serves as a solemn tribute to the Partisans of the Resistance, whose bravery in World War II forever marked the territory.