Forani Palace

The palace was founded in the late sixteenth century as an evolution of the castle, and incorporates one of the five remaining towers. The palace has more than fifty rooms and a chapel. As a reminder of the powerful Guelph family of the Orsini, to the sides of the palace Read more…

Town Walls

The town has been enclosed by walls since 1282. These were a true masterpiece of military architecture and consummate defensive art of the thirteenth century. You can access the old town through Porta Romana (West) and Porta S. Maria (north-east). On this port, also known as Porta Reatina or Caprara, Read more…

Old Town

The historical centre of Casperia is an extraordinary example of medieval architecture and structure of the town is like “onion bulbs”. The whole village is in fact formed by streets of concentric circles around the St. John the Baptist church on the highest part of the hill.  

Guide of Casperia

At the foot of Monte Pizzuto and the highest of Sabina, it is considered one of the most beautiful ancient villages of Italy. The territory of the municipality of Casperia is markedly divided into two parts: the hills to the west while the eastern part is crossed by the ridge Read more…

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