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Sermoneta

A walk in the medieval town of Sermoneta shows another story of life in the old times. Building were constantly repurposed, altered, destroyed and rebuilt. The construction technique is of course, based in stone. 24 more words

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Castello di Sermoneta

Castello di Sermoneta has a plethora of fascinating construction details and small spaces waiting to be explored.

The entrance to the castle is a series of gates, drawbridges and winding steps – designed to weaken the enemy’s attack. 232 more words

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Day Trip from Rome: Garden of Ninfa

Spring is in the air and that means the Garden of Ninfa, which has been called the most romantic garden in the world, will soon be open for its limited 2017 season. 422 more words

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A Traveling Polenta Feast in Lazio

William Caetani returned to his hometown of Sermoneta in 1503 after the death of the Borgia Pope Alexander VI and exile in Mantua and America. He brought with him maize (corn) seed, beginning a long history of polenta production in Italy. 283 more words

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