Fair of Organic and local produce

The third Saturday of November is dedicated to the discovery of typical local products of Sabina in Collevecchio. An event to get to know and taste the true heritage of Sabina, those excellences that have made it famous all over the world. Picture credits: Carnivore Style

City Theatre

This theatre, formerly called Theatre of the Fighter (Combattente), was built in 1810, during the Napoleonic period, in the neoclassical style. It has 120 seats and is one of the smallest theatres in Italy. Inside it looks ‘Italian’ with two galleries that replace the typical balconies. The theatre is decorated Read more…

Saint Andrea Convent

The convent was started May 24, 1597 using the materials from the demolition of three small local churches and is located in the hills of the Sabina between the towns of Collevecchio and Cicignano. The original building of the convent and the annexed church was undertaken by the Capuchin Franciscan Read more…

Palazzo Menichini

Menichini palace dates back to the sixteenth century and was built on a design by Vignola. It has a tower, which ends with a cusp, inside which is located a characteristic helical staircase, in stone blocks, typical of the medieval period. At the entrance of the palace courtyard is located Read more…

Palazzo Coperchio

Palazzo Coperchio was built by Paulo Coperchio at the end of 1500s, as shown by the emblem on the front door, during the pontificate of Clement VIII Aldobrandini. The building has two floors and has all the characteristics of the buildings of that era, such as the window mouldings and Read more…

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