Torre Julia de Jacopo

Torre Julia de Jacopo

The courageous gesture of the girl, Julia de Jacopo in 1550, who during the attack of the Pitigliano troops of Nicola IV Orsini ran to close the door left open by the soldiers on guard, and saved the city. It was the door of the Holy Sepulcher, or Porta Romana, one of...
Teatro Boni

Teatro Boni

The current theater, recently restored, was built at the end of the nineteenth century by the entrepreneur Tommaso Boni and is part of a centuries-old tradition that has been located in many places, starting from the medieval churchyard of the Franciscan church of...
Bosco monumentale del Sasseto

Bosco monumentale del Sasseto

The wood of the Sasseto appears imbued with a sense of transcendence, or perhaps a precise genius loci, which can be felt in the shadow of the majestic foliage, walking among the moss-covered boulders. Here is preserved the true story of the man who, at the end of the...
Museo del Fiore

Museo del Fiore

Naturalistic museum nestled in the woods of the Monte Rufeno Nature Reserve, at the Giardino farmhouse. Each of its spaces, internal or external, is dedicated to the many interpretations with which to deal with the theme of flowers, and the thousand relationships that...
Basilica del Santo Sepolcro e Cripta

Basilica del Santo Sepolcro e Cripta

The Basilica of the Holy Sepulcher stands along the Via Francigena and according to a legendary tradition the church was founded by Queen Matilde of Westphalia, headed to Rome with a caravan of mules laden with gold to build a sanctuary dedicated to the Holy...