“Coelum Speluncarum” Time Park

The park is an installation of some architectural elements that are particularly affected by the sun’s rays in some periods of the year and allow us to observe and reflect on the relationship between the earth and the star today and in history. Engraved marble slabs represent the constellations and Read more…

Castelli Romani Park

The Castelli Romani Park includes 15 municipalities around the crater of an old volcanic system. The area has a unique blend of history, art and nature with two crater lakes and many forests. Very important during the Roman period it had its glory in the Renaissance. The cool climate, the Read more…

Sforza Cesarini Park

The Sforza Cesarini Park is unique in the Castelli Romani for its charming and magical English style. It covers a slope from the town centre arriving on the shores of Lake Nemi. Duke Lorenzo Sforza Cesarini dedicated it to his wife of British origin Caroline Shirley. You can see a Read more…

Blue Oasis of Gianola

The Blue Oasis of Gianola is a protected natural marine area which occupies an area of ​​5 hectares. The Oasis is located in front of the Park of Gianola and Monte di Scauri and reaches six meters deep. The nature of the bottom is mixed, but mostly rocky. There is Read more…

Strolling through the Roses

Among the opportunities and reasons to go to visit Fara in Sabina, in addition to the famous Abbey of Farfa, you can take advantage of a special day: that of the festival ‘Strolling through the Roses‘ at the beginning of June. The rose is the flower of joy and celebration Read more…

The Olmate

The origin of Olmate dates back to the 1600s, when Giuliano Cesarini, in the area of what was once the Villa of Antonini, created the tree-lined avenues with a trident spatial organization. Historians of the time defined the Olmate like a Villa. The idea of tracing the straight avenues that Read more…

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