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…

Church of the Colloquium

The church dates back to the eighth century and is considered a “Venerable Cassinese Sanctuary”. According to reports by St. Gregory the Great, its name comes from the fact that the two siblings, St. Scholastica and St. Benedict, met here to talk. It was destroyed and rebuilt several times.

Church of Saint Lucia

The church dates back to the Middle Ages where it had the role of a place of prayer and burial of the dead. The Romanesque style church was partially destroyed by the war. Outside there is a bell tower with a mullioned window: two Romanesque arches are separated by a Read more…