Tarantortaccio

An evening of Salento music that closes a jazz festival in Vasanello and that animates the streets of this enchanting village of Tuscia between Monte Cimino and the Tiber river. A day to get to know the Orsini castle, the Madonna delle Grazie Abbey and above all taste the famous Read more…

Lights and Lanterns Festival

The sky lights up above Vasanello, a village in the province of Viterbo, and you immerse yourself in a magical atmosphere, almost timeless. The Lights and Lanterns festival was created to revitalize the historic centre, the beating heart of this small town and it immediately attracted the attention of visitors. Read more…

Ceramics Museum

The museum is located in the Town Hall and exhibits a collection of Etruscan and Roman remains, fragments of Romanesque capitals, and craft ceramic objects from the Middle Ages to the present. There are also displayed tools and documents related to local crafts.  

Chapel of San Lanno

The chapel was built around the year one thousand in the place where St. Lando (or Lanno) was martyred in 296 AD. Inside there is a fresco of the XV-XVI century attributed to Domenico Velandi depicting a Madonna and Child enthroned between St. Lanno, St Frances and another Saint.  

Abbey of Our Lady of Grace

The abbey dates back to the fourteenth century and is particularly notable for its frescoes of the painter from Viterbo, Antonio del Massaro, called Pastura, who came from the school of Perugino. Among the works we see the Annunciation, a Nativity, a Madonna with Child and an Adoration of the Read more…

Church of San Salvatore

The church dates back to the eleventh century and was built in Romanesque-Lombard style with an elegant 28 meters high bell tower, with six rows of mullioned windows, built in the thirteenth century. The church has three naves and inside the altar and raised apse is a tabernacle-ciborium of the Read more…

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