Orsini Castle

The present castle was rebuilt on the ashes of the medieval one destroyed in 1433 by Pope Martin V in the conflicts with soldiers of fortune. Its location reveals the protective role of the first village of Morlupo where people took refuge at the end of the ninth century. In Read more…

Borghese Palace

The Borghese Palace was built in the early seventeenth century by the Mattei family and acquired by the Borghese only in 1624. A simple and linear construction, and with few external decorations, it is in the city centre and has become part of the urban fabric because of its location Read more…

Guide of Morlupo

Just north of Rome, on the Via Flaminia, stands Morlupo perched on a tuff outcrop overlooking the valley below. Its roots lie in the history of the Capenati, a pre-Roman population. The first major history dates from the fourth and fifth centuries while the records of real human presence date Read more…

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