Canino. Lazio Roman Artichoke IGP

In Canino the Lazio Roman Artichoke IGP is also called “cimarolo” or “violet”. It has a spherical shape, is compact and is thornless. It is harvested from February to May and in the kitchen is cooked in many dishes such as Jewish artichokes, Roman artichokes, matticella (roasted in embers).  

Canino. Asparagus Festival

The Canino Asparagus Festival happens at the end of March, the “the king of vegetables” is celebrated, with the unmissable Festival of the Green Asparagus (“Sagra dell’Asparago Verde”), in a weekend of events and tastings. The protagonist of many traditional recipes of this small village of the Tuscia territory, the Read more…

Canino. Olive Festival

The Canino Olive Festival is celebrated in the first weekend of December with the arrival of the new oil that is one of the finest in Italy. In addition to tastings, visitors have the opportunity to take guided tours of the mills. There are theatrical and musical performances, lectures on Read more…

Canino. Abbadia bridge

The Abbadia bridge of Canino is located along one of the main connections with the region which crossed the necropolis of the Osteria, and went to the inner cities of Etruria. The bridge has three arches supported by two pylons in square work resting in the rocky river bed. On Read more…

Canino. Necropolis of Vulci

The necropolis of Vulci in Canino is important for the large number and variety of painted Greek pottery, Attican pottery with black and red figures, that were often created by famous painters of vases that have signed their work such as Eufronio, Nikosthenes etc. The tombs are relevant for the Read more…

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