My Town is DOC

A day dedicated to the enhancement of local products of San Gregorio da Sassola and the surrounding areas. A day of discovery that starts from the palate but wants to go deeper, involving history and traditions. Tastings start from late morning and continue throughout the evening. It starts from local Read more…

St. Antonio bridge

It is one of the most impressive bridges and best preserved Roman aqueducts and had to pass the trench of Acquarainga, in a deep gorge. The central arch was 30 meters high and the overall construction length was 120 meters. The Anio Novus aqueduct was built between 38 and 52 Read more…

The Mole Bridge

The valley of the Aniene (Anio) is crossed by two great aqueducts that carried water to Rome. In San Gregorio da Sassola passes the Anio Vetus (Old), the first to be produced, the path of which is mainly in a channel or underground. In the stretch crossing the valley of Read more…

Museum of the Nativity (Presepio)

The museum has a collection of nativity scenes made by the ‘Friends of the Nativity’ that continues from San Gregorio this special Italian tradition. The association promotes the dissemination and retrieval of historical and monumental heritage of the country. From 26 December to 6 January each year, the medieval village Read more…

Brancaccio Castle

Its origins date back to the mid-tenth century, when it was built for defence of the first settlement. It failed to fulfill its defensive function, while it acquired the appearance of a residential dwelling. At the end of the fifteenth century, the fortress was transformed more and more into a Read more…

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