Festival of Polenta and Fallone

In Jenne is celebrated Saint Anthony “Favaro” in, a peasant tradition maintained over time by the entire population of the small mountain village, celebrated as usual with the traditional procession in honor of the saint through the streets of the village and the blessing of the animals. The weekend following Read more…

mdreammappi Jenne

Festival of ‘Ndremmappi’

The festival of Ndremmappi is the celebration of the typical Jenne pasta, a tasty wholemeal pasta that is seasoned with a tomato-based sauce and anchovies. It was the typical meal that shepherds ate when they returned from seasonal livestock movement. This pasta is recognized among the traditional agri-food products of Read more…

Mora Cavoso Cave

The cave is located at an altitude of 715 m above sea level and here the remains were unearthed of at least 23 human burials with their prehistoric tools. The radiocarbon analysis have dated these findings to 5369 years BC, the early Neolithic age. In a burial site of a Read more…

Town Mill

The Town Mill is a perfect example of industrial archeology.  It was opened in 1911, with the arrival at Jenne of electricity, and was in operation until the 1980s. It worked every day because wheat and corn (pasta and bread) were the main form of livelihood of the inhabitants. The Read more…

Simbruini Mountains Park

Jenne is located in the Simbruini Mountains Park and its territory is crossed by all the animals of the Abruzzo National Park, which is located only 60 km from the area: from the red fox to the Apennine wolf, deer, roe deer, wild pigs and game birds. Sometimes you can Read more…

Guide of Jenne

Jenne is located on the Simbruini mountains, in an area crossed by the Aniene river not far from the monastery of Subiaco. There are several hypotheses about the origin of the name, it may come from “Gehenna” (the gates to hell), the name given to the karst cave at the Read more…

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