Porcina Caves

In this area you will find a collection of Etruscan monuments. The largest is a tuff hill excavated into the shape of a mound with a diameter of 28 meters. The tomb dates back to the sixth century BC and aound the perimeter can be seen remains of decorations. On Read more…

Museum of the City in the Territory

The museum focuses on the urban and minor architectural forms of Tuscia examining the local construction materials and traditional crafts. In its sections we study the use of stone, iron and metals, wood, bricks and ceramics. The museum hosts temporary exhibitions related to the historical centres of the Tuscia.

Regina Pacis Monastery

It ‘a monastery of cloistered Benedictine nuns along the Via Francigena at the foot of the Cimini Mountains. The church was built in 1575 by the Capuchin friars and in 1580 was built the adjoining convent and cloister. The church has a single nave with side chapels according to the Read more…

Hermitage of San Girolamo

In the woods there is the appealing hermitage, partially excavated from the rock, which was the home of Brother Girolamo Gabrielli. The friar, the scion of a noble Sienese family, retired to this place in penance in 1525.

Convent of Saint Angelo

The monastery is located in the woods on Monte Fogliano and was established in Lombard times around the eighth century when the chapel was donated to the Benedictine monastery of Farfa who were succeeded by the Franciscan friars until 1413. It was then inhabited by some hermits. In 1744, St. Read more…

Regina Pacis Monastery

It is located in the town gardens, close to the town cemetery. The monastery, built in 1586, was the home of the Capuchins until 1962; since 1972 it has been home to a community of Benedictine nuns. Inside there is an elegant cloister.