At the end of the fourteenth century, the Savelli family built the main gate of the town: a pointed arch that is still visible and well preserved stone blocks with the arch key engraved with the family crest.
This building bears the name of one of the most “significant” of Rocca Priora’s sons, Monsignor Francesco Giacci. Adjacent to the parish church, is an elegant building that still preserves the elements in the facades and the original materials: bricks, stone and lava stone. Inside the original system in wooden floors and tiles in brick … Continued
The ancient castle of the eleventh century, that completed the role to defend the town, was transformed by the Savelli into a residential palace. From the lookout, in the square in front of the palace, you can enjoy a breathtaking view from the Tiburtini mountains to the Prenestini. The palace is home to the City … Continued