Feast of Saint Anthony

One of the most felt and awaited events by the citizens of Monterotondo, the celebrations in honor of Saint Anthony bring together sacred and profane in a weekend of celebrations that attracts hundreds of curious to attend the “Torciata”, a procession that accompanies the passage of the image of Saint Read more…

Christmas markets

In mid-December in Monterotondo the spirit of Christmas begins with the markets organized by the artisans’ associations. Both objects of art and artistic craftsmanship and products of the local traditional food and wine are exhibited. The market is animated by musicians and street artists for the joy of children.

Via Nomentum-Eretum

Within the reserve you can walk a long stretch of the ancient Via Nomentana, which connected Nomentum and Eretum. Along the basalt way various funerary buildings are visible dated between the first century BC and the first century AD. It was the custom of the Romans to bury the dead Read more…

Church of San Rocco

The church was built by enlarging a simple chapel holding an image of the Virgin, that was built outside the town walls. This chapel was the destination of pilgrims who came from all over to ask for the grace of Our Lady. The story says that the inhabitants of the Read more…

Church of Our Lady of Grace

It is the oldest church in Monterotondo and dates back to before 1448, when the nearby monastery was built. The Romanesque fa├žade was remodeled over the years. Inside it houses one of the most famous tombs of Latium of the fifteenth century and the statues of St. Clare and St. Read more…

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