Folk Sabina Festival

The Folk Sabina Festival is a gastronomic and musical review that transform Poggio Moiano into a showcase of local excellences, giving visitors interesting experiences of gastronomy, music, theater, games and popular dances. The event is divided into a few days and comes to life from the appointment “From piazzetta to Read more…

Wild asparagus

The “aspargine” are one of the typical products of the culinary tradition of Sabina and were once used as medicinal plants. The asparagus is hard to find but it is ‘quick to cook’. According to legend, the Emperor Augustus, when he wanted his orders to be executed immediately, would say: Read more…

Carmen Sabinum

The biennial prize of poetry in dialect ‘Carmen Sabinum’ is reserved for those who love the Sabine dialect. It was initiated in 1981, to enhance and rediscover this disappearing dialect. It is a competition for poets, designers and scientists.

Flower Festival

The Flower Festival is the main festival of Poggio Moiano and probably stems from the translation of throwing flower petals during the procession of the “Corpus Domini”. In 1971, it was decided to create floral decorations in order to promote the area and its products. The last Saturday of June Read more…

Lucretili Mountains Regional Park

The park is one of the largest in the Lazio and includes an area stretching from the Appennini up to the Tyrrhenian Sea. The highest mountain is Pellecchia, 1368 meters. The landscapes include forests, the plateau area and small lakes. Its 13 municipalities are all medieval and were founded around Read more…

Rural Church of St. Martin

Outside the town, along the road that connects to Cecilia via Valeria, is the rural church of San Martino with the adjoining hermitage. In the tenth century this was an outpost of the Abbey of Farfa in the Duchy of Spoleto. The local stone Romanesque fa├žade has a belfry and Read more…

Guide of Poggio Moiano

The origins of Poggio Moiano perhaps come from a settlement of woodcutters carrying coal to Rome and who arrived here between the seventh century and the year one thousand. The first official document of its existence dates back to 1083 in the register of the Abbey of Farfa. In a Read more…

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