Category: Hamlets and villages
The journalist and historian Alberto Angela and the TV program Ulisse, through the novel "Il Nome della Rosa" (The Name of the Rose) by Umberto Eco, one of the most famous works ...READ MORE +
Abruzzo, Italy. Do you know Pacentro, the medieval village with its wonderful “intrigue of alleyways”?
Pacentro is a well-known and charming village in the Majella National Park, Abruzzo. Approaching the town, Pacentro presents itself from a distance with the Castle of Cantelmo ...READ MORE +
Abruzzo is not new to be chosen as a film location: the famous Castle of Rocca Calascio was one of the most suggestive settings of the movie Ladyhawke, directed by Richard Donner ...READ MORE +
Goriano Sicoli is a small village in Abruzzo and its origins are medieval. Located on a panoramic position on the Subequana Valley. The bell tower of the parish church stands out ...READ MORE +