Pink Chapel

Before arriving in the village, along a tuff wall there is a small facade of a chapel with the classical style of an ancient Roman temple and adorned with a tympanum in peperino and a frame around the entrance arch. The chapel was then dug into the tufa and completely Read more…

Chapel of the Pietà

The neoclassical church is located on the hill in front of the ancient village and its dome stands out among all the other buildings. His particular style is influenced by the Vignola architecture with a geometric elegance made of pure volumes. Here is the tomb of the Torlonia family. Its Read more…

Keep

Poli develops along a very long and narrow hill that originally had two entrance doors. Today the second door is no longer visible but there remain portions of a sheer cliff in the valley and a tower around which the steps that lead inside the ancient village revolve.

Entrance to town

The entrance to the town is by a driveway that passes near the ancient gate of the village that has retained its original form. Outside a large arch through which one enters a manned place enriched by a fresco of the virgin. Beyond this area of ​​the stairs lead to Read more…

Villa Catena

Observing what remains of Villa Conti, known as Villa Catena, one has to imagine the beauty and the splendour of its glory when in 1563 Annibale Caro (the renowned translator of the Aeneid) described it in his Letter to Torquato Conti. The villa has three lodges and Pope Innocent XIII Read more…

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