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Filacciano is a small town in northern Lazio in an area above the Tiber valley and historically it was part of the Papal States. Probably its name comes from a Roman family and in the course of its history several families have had it under their control.

The historic village is intact and you can recognize medieval and baroque architecture of the palace with the spectacular square of the XVI – XVII century in front of the entrance to the building. Since 1853 the palace has been owned by the Del Drago family.