The third Saturday of November the cellars of the ancient village of Strangolagalli come alive for a day dedicated to tasting the local products typical of autumn. With the frame of live music you can taste chestnuts, wine and new oil in addition to traditional Ciociara dishes.
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…
The patron St. Michael is celebrated on September 29th with a solemn religious ceremony and popular celebrations during which a particularly spectacular palio is played.
The second Saturday of October there is the “Festival of lying” dedicated to a fundamental food of the past, a fried pizza made with a dough of only water and flour, yeast, and cooked in hot oil. Once cooked the pizza is stuffed with sausage or vegetables.
The church was built in the Middle Ages and then completely remodelled in the eighteenth century.
Of all the original small medieval castle, now remains only a square tower around which has formed the town that has concentric circular roads just around this tower.
The origin of the name of Strangolagalli is uncertain. Some date it back to legendary fights and the coat of arms depicts a rooster and a dog facing each other, about to fight. In the area there are some Roman remains but the first document that mentions a village dates Read more…