San Liberato Church

Outside Cantalice, in the village of San Liberato, is the parish church and the old oratory. Inside you will find many interesting frescoes such as probably one from the Giotto school depicting the Madonna and Child. The church has an organ with 1600 pipes, renovated in 2005, and retains the Read more…

Santa Maria del Popolo

This church in the heart of the village was dedicated to Santa Maria del Popolo to sanction the union of the ancient fortresses which formed the Cantalice Castle. The facade is adorned with a 1548 portal on which we read a Latin inscription with a dedication to Mary. Inside you Read more…

Misericordia Church

Coming down from the top of the village, you find the Misericordia church with an image of the Madonna painted on the upper part of the apse. This is the church of the Brotherhood of Mercy or the Company of the Good Death, as evidenced by a death emblem in Read more…

Torre del Cassero

The square outside the church of St. Felix is dominated by the tower known as del Cassero (the Keep) built in the eleventh century. The tower is part of the remains of an ancient medieval castle.

Church of San Felice

The church is located in one of the best and highest positions in the town and was erected on the spot where stood the house of the saint. The church is from the mid-seventeenth century and its façade is the eighteenth-century. The church has an eighteenth century organ. The plan Read more…

Church of Peace

Outside the town of Upper Cantalice is the fifteenth-century Church of Peace. There are interesting frescoes of the Annunciation in the apse and the eighteenth-century coffered ceiling.

Fontana Scentella

According to some legends, the name may derive from the evolution of Cantalice ‘catà and ilex’ (at the holm oak), in connection with an event considered miraculous. A small holm grew suddenly in the cracks of a rock behind the sacristy inside the church of Santa Maria delle Grazie. This Read more…

Ramacogi Palace

At the centre of the village is Palazzo Ramacogi and, bevelled on the entrance door, you may notice the coat of arms depicting a sort of shield with a rose in its top. The façade is characterized by a sixteenth-century loggia with five arches. According to some scholars, the palace Read more…

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