Fabrichese Carnival

In March, the town of Fabrica di Roma celebrates Carnival in style on Thursday and Shrove Tuesday with many activities and events for adults and children. Masked shows, competitions and lots of entertainment. Every year the “Puccio” positioning ceremony is held, the puppet that symbolizes the “Carnival King”, which is Read more…

Meat Bean Festival

A weekend in Fabrica Di Roma dedicated to a legume appreciated by experts since 1800: the meat bean. Legumes have represented for many centuries one of the main foods that fed the populations but those of Fabrica di Roma have some characteristics that make them unique. A bean slightly smaller Read more…

Feast of San Giustino

The patron San Giustino, the warrior saint, is celebrated every five years with a procession in which you the casket with the wax body and with the relics of the saint are carried through the streets of the old town by the brotherhood to the music of the band.  

Palio San Matteo

The ancient Palio of San Matteo and the trophy of San Giustino is a horse race which has been held since before the unification of Italy. The horse race and jockeys are based on that of Siena.  

Necropolis

The necropolis date back to the third century BC and are located on the sides of cliffs toward the Rio Purgatorio. They are underground spaces preceded by a room with simple funeral cells and niches on the walls. In the locality of Pradoro some graves have a porch entrance and Read more…

Falerii

Falerii Novi is a Roman town that lies halfway between Viterbo and Civita Castellana. In 241 BC the Roman troops conquered the city of Falerii (modern Civita Castellana) and moved the people to the plains and founded a second, which was called Falerii Novi. In the Republican period of the Read more…

Santa Maria Abbey in Falleri

The Cistercian abbey was built in the second half of the twelfth century by monks from France. The building integrates with its surroundings and with the mighty walls of the ancient city of Falerii Novi. The church has five apses and three naves separated by pillars and marble columns with Read more…

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