Saltarello, dance of life

Saltarello is life. It is a dance of life, of liberation, of challenge. Saltarello contains a world of messages, proposals, waste, gambling, outburst, union and jealousy. Saltarello is an ancient dance. They danced almost always outdoors, on the farmyards, after intense working days in the harvest, in the wheat harvest Read more…

Villa Romana

The archaeological site from Roman times on the slopes of Colle Campeo probably included both a small temple dedicated to the goddess Ceres Helvina and the villa of the poet satirist Decimo Giuno Giovenale. This has been derived from two successive entries in 79 AD, found on the site but Read more…

Shrine of San Lorenzo  

The church is mentioned in the 1308-1310 tithes and in those of 1325. Nearby to the church were collected about 30 fragments from Prehistoric, Roman and Volsci eras. The oldest date from the seventh to the fourth century BC. Among the Roman ceramic fragments, there are two black painted lids Read more…

Church of San Folco

The original church was built to house the body of St. Folco placed in an urn under the altar with the Latin inscription “Here there is the body of San Fulcone”. The present church dates from the sixteenth century and was only consecrated in 1742. Inside it has three vaulted Read more…

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