St. Procolo Feast

The patron saint is celebrated on the second Sunday of September with a solemn procession. St. Proculo was a shepherd who lived in these places between 1200 and 1300 and rode on horseback.    

Festival of the Chianina Steak

The breeding of Chianina cattle is an important feature of the agricultural economy. This festival was designed to enhance the local production of certified quality meat. Lubriano is a member of the National Confederation of the Chianina, which promotes the PGI – Protected Geographical Indication of the white bullock of Read more…

Nature Museum

The Museum and the “Path of water, flowers, fruit and edible herbs”, was created to maintain and enhance the old traditions related to the collection and use of herbs and fruits. The Museum is a local reference point for scientific research in the field of botany, and hydrobiological fauna.

Church of San Giovanni Battista

The church was created around a Benedictine cell of the ninth century. The church is Romanesque but was damaged by the violent earthquake of 1695 and the restoration work was entrusted to Giovan Battista Gazzale from Vignanello. The bell tower was rebuilt in 1800 after the destruction due to lightning, Read more…

Monaldeschi Tower

The tower was built at the highest point of the town and represents what remains of the medieval castle. It dates back to the twelfth century and, according to tradition, its height was twice as much before the disastrous earthquake of 1695. It was an important signaling point and was Read more…

Monaldeschi Palace

The palace dates back to the eighteenth century but it was built on an earlier medieval building of 1100s destroyed by a violent earthquake in 1695. Work began in 1696 by the Marquis Paolo Antonio Monaldeschi with design by Giovanni Battista Gazzale of Vignanello who used the structures remained standing Read more…

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