Extra virgin olive oil of the Sabina

A protected designation of oil origin (PDO – Protected Designation of Origin), the oil has high digestibility, with vitamins D, E, K, slight acidity and, above all, very light. The taste is unmistakable and it was appreciated by the Romans who spoke of it in many works and writings.  

The Manlio Theatre

The Manlio Theatre is named after the man who, in the imagination of Maglianesi community, is the founder of Magliano Sabina. During the work of building the highway, near the River Tiber, there were found remains of an ancient villa attributed to the Roman Consul Manlius. Hosted by Magliano, the Read more…

Sanctuary of Our Lady of Grace

The Sanctuary Church of Santa Maria delle Grazie was built in 1800 and has a neoclassical facade, surmounted on each side by two bell towers. Inside is a fifteenth-century image of Our Lady of Mercy, probably of the Umbria-Marche school, surrounded by a rich seventeenth-century dress of chiselled silver. The Read more…

Church of Saint Peter

The Romanesque church of St. Peter dates from the twelfth century with a simple and elegant façade embellished with cantilever arches and columns. There is a semicircular window as a rosette above the portal. The interior is divided into three naves by ten columns, each with capital in different style, Read more…

Cathedral of San Liberatore

The Cathedral of San Liberatore dates back to 1300 and in 1495 it became the cathedral of the Diocese of the Sabines, transferring the seat of the Bishop of Magliano. Of the old fourteenth century church little remained for the renovations of the late baroque. Inside there are many painted Read more…

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