Living Nativity Scene

During the Christmas holidays, Vetralla proves once again to be a center of tourist and cultural vivacity with a suggestive representation of the living nativity scene in the historic center. The scenery of the ancient village, in the stretch from vicolo del Sole to the church of San Pietro, is the perfect backdrop for this event that combines the religious spirit with the tourist curiosity of discovery of this ancient village of Tuscia.

The protagonists of the performances are the many associations, theatrical companies and schools that, each in its interpretation, give life to the different scenes of the nativity. Keep in mind that the date before Christmas is a nocturnal representation while the others are afternoon shows.

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Guide of Vetralla

Guide of Vetralla

Vetralla was originally a ‘Pagus Villanovan’, i.e. a Villanovan village that became an Etruscan centre, of which traces remain in […]