Church of Our Lady Pietrafitta

The church was built in 1599 by the Anguillara where a sarcophagus was found, then placed under the main altar. The church has a special shape with a central plan, inspired by the shapes of the first early Christian and Byzantine churches. Its style heralds some forms of Baroque architecture. Read more…

Church of San Giuliano Ospitaliere

The church dates from the thirteenth century and was rebuilt several times, while the first document that mentions it is from 1257. Of the original church of the twelfth century remains the massive outer walls decorated with carved marble pieces that come from Roman monuments. The building has three naves Read more…

Castel Paterno

Beyond the wall of the cemetery are the remains of what was once one of the most important central Italian castles dating back to the eleventh century and where German Emperor Otto III died on January 3, 1002. Perhaps his death was caused by poison which had been administered by Read more…

Castle of the Anguillara

There are no recorded dates of construction of the first castle that must have existed as early as 1200. Its magnificence helps to understand the power of the Anguillara family whose white marble coat of arms with crossed snakes features can be seen in various parts of the castle. In Read more…

Guide of Faleria

The origins of Faleria origins were urban settlements beginning with the Bronze Age and the Falisci. About 300 BC the Romans came who, with the construction of the Via Flaminia in the third century BC, changed the entire economy of Agro Falisco. Faleria acquired a central role thanks to it Read more…

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