The Ulivone

At Fara in Sabina is the oldest and largest olive tree in Europe, affectionately call “The ulivone”. Its age is estimated as over 1000 years. It is located in the middle of a large olive grove and is recognizable from a distance. There are many ancient remains and numerous festivals Read more…

Museum of Silence

The museum is located in a room that was part of the ancient church of Santa Maria in Castello, inside the building of the seventeenth-century Monastery of the Poor Clares Hermits and tells in an original and emotionally touching way the cloistered life. It is accessed from the outside of Read more…

Archaeological Museum

In the area of Fara there are several Etruscan and Roman archaeological sites and the artifacts found were collected in the Archaeological Museum. In addition to the archaic and Roman section, there is an extensive Medieval Historical Archive with the coats of arms and the information of the great families Read more…

Nazzano Nature Reserve, Tevere-Farfa

The Regional Nature Reserve Nazzano, Tevere-Farfa is a particularly valuable natural environment much appreciated by those who have a passion for birdwatching. The Tiber(Tevere) trails are equipped with observation posts that reveal the Park aquatic life. And it is possible to make excursions with boats in the reserve.

Farfa Abbey

The Abbey of Farfa was a key to the medieval history of central Italy and its name comes from the ancient waterway that runs nearby. It was founded in the seventh century and reached its maximum splendour in terms of political, religious and economic power during the Carolingian period, when Read more…

Medieval village

The ancient medieval village of Fara in Sabina is the centre of the town and was originally protected by walls. The streets are the classical, formed concentrically around the core. A side tower, not open to the public, and ten meters of the city walls in the south of the Read more…

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