Madonna of the S.S. Trinity

On the last Sunday of August is celebrated the Madonna from the days when the painting “Madonna of SS. Trinity “was brought to Soriano in 1516, into the church of Sant’Agostino. The panel shows the Virgin seated on a throne with the Child with two angels hovering in the golden Read more…

Chestnut Festival

The Soriano nel Cimino chestnut festival is one of the most important events in Tuscia and lasts several weekends with the preview term ‘Waiting for the chestnut festival’. The chestnut festival was established by the Council of the Community at the end of the fifteenth century, although the modern Sagra Read more…

Chia

Chia is a village on a small hill overlooking the Tiber Valley, whose original nucleus dates back to 1100 AD. The woods around here were inhabited since the pre-Etruscan period and are littered with rock tombs. Every year, during the holiday season, a live nativity scene is organized in the Read more…

Necropolis of Corviano

The necropolis lies to the left of the Martelluzzo stream in a place inhabited since prehistoric times, as can be seen from the numerous underground houses excavated into the tuff walls, the remains of the neolithic huts and the remains of megalithic walls. There are numerous interesting ‘pestarole’, i.e. boulders Read more…

Monte Cimino

Monte Cimino, at 1053 meters high, is the highest in the province of Viterbo and the summit overlooking the town. On its summit is a centuries-old beech forest of about 57 hectares. For the ancient Romans the “Cimina wilderness” was a gloomy place, sacred and impassable. In the area were Read more…

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