Oil Festival

The oil has represented the history of Mompeo and it is testified by the Mola Patrizi-Naro which hosts a permanent exhibition on the old and new milling systems. This is why on the last Sunday of October we celebrate the oil with an eno-gastronomic tasting of autumn products. During the Read more…

Church of the Immaculate

The church dates back to the Orsini Signoria who restored it in 1559. Subsequently, the Naro rebuilt it “a fundamentis” in 1663 and embellished the interior with precious vestments. The high altar, in stucco and painted wood, shows their coats of arms and on the apse there is a stucco Read more…

The Gate

The Gate is a symbol of Mompeo. Built in stone in the second half of 1600 it is topped by the great coat of arms of Naro. The Square in front is adorned with a beautiful stone balustrade, with carved crests. Facing it is a wide panoramic view with below Read more…

Guide of Mompeo

According to tradition this was the site of the villa of the Roman general Pompey, hence the name of this village. In this valley of the Farfa there are many archaeological sites including tombs, remains of villas and the famous bridge over the Farfa. After a dark period, the first Read more…

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