Sheep Festival

Echoing the secular traditions of Magliano Pecorareccio (ancient name of Magliano Romano), every year there is a Sheep Festival where a “Pecoraro Hut” is reconstructed in the square and activities of ancient herding and cheese processing take place. All dishes are made from sheep or lamb accompanied by a good Read more…

Veio Park

The Municipality of Magliano Romano is located within the Park of Veio, north of Rome, which includes the area of the important Etruscan city of Veii. The park is particularly interesting for its historical, cultural and natural features, with trees and essences that have always characterized this area. The park Read more…

Church of the Angels

The church is located at the Grotto of the Angels, a place perhaps originally used for Etruscan tombs. During the sixth and seventh centuries, when Magliano belonged to the monks of St. Paul, it hosted several hermits who transformed it into the church. The cave was completely frescoed but these Read more…

Church of San Giovanni Battista

Although the facade is recent (1939), the church dates from the fourteenth century. Inside it has preserved twelfth-century frescoes from Grotta dell’Angelo, a place of hermitage in the Middle Ages. The frescoes that were removed in 1939 depict Christ among the angels and some scenes from the childhood of Christ Read more…

Orsini Castle

The medieval fort had undergone a massive transformation in the late sixteenth century, in a style close to the works of Vignola. Notable are the ashlar work on the entrance portal, the monumental internal staircase, the fireplaces on the main floor.  

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