Invention of sweets
|Avila||Yema de Santa Teresa|
|Belem||The famous portuguese pastel de nata is believed to be created before the 18th century by Catholic Monks at the Jerónimos Monastery|
|City of Luxembourg||Luxemburgerli invented by Camille Studer in 1957|
|Costiera Amalfitana||Sfogliatelle invented in conservatorio di Santa Rosa da Lima in the 17th Century|
|Florence||The invention of ?Gelato?, the confection based on ice, cream and egg yolk as a development of the older water-based sherbet/sorbetto has been linked to Florence during the rule of Catherine de Medici. One version is that the architect and all-round Renaissance man Bernado Buontalenti was charged by Catherine with preparing 'events' for diplomatic guests including banquets and entertainments. In 1565 one of these served a frozen dessert with a recipe approximating to modern 'Gelato'. Buontalenti Gelato is still available!|
|Great Spa Towns of Europe||Traditional spa wafers from the Bohemian spa towns|
|Lübeck||Marzipan was invented by Johann Niederegger in 1806 (same time as in Tallinn)|
|Nancy||rum baba or baba au rhum: the original baba was introduced into France in the 18th century via Alsace and Lorraine. This is attributed to Stanisław Leszczyński, the exiled king of Poland (wiki)|
|Tallinn||Marzipan was invented by Lorenz Cawietzel in 1806 (same time as in Luebeck)|
|Vienna||Croissant was invented in 1683 to celebrate the defeat of the Turks|
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