Church San Giuseppe

The National Work for Combattants immediately built a small wooden church, and in 1928, it was converted into a stone Romanesque style building. In 1944 the church was damaged by bombing and rebuilt in 1951. The interior has three naves with a chapel and has a beautiful ornate square bell Read more…

Guide of San Cesareo

San Cesareo is one of the youngest municipalities in Italy, born from a rib of Zagarolo. Located along the Via Labicana it has been a commercial center since Roman times. In the second century BC in the area hotels ‘taverns’ and commercial buildings were next to some houses of “otium” Read more…

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