After the views of wide open spaces from the hilltop town walls of a local hill town, the walk through the narrow streets to the main piazza was quite a contrast. There are interesting mosaics and murals to see along the way done by a local art academy and the little passageways, courtyards and old buildings add to the pleasure of a walk which takes you through different levels of the town.
I hope you enjoy the pictorial walk!
The castle and palace from the promontory below.
One of the mosaics depicting the life of St. Thomas Aquinas.
The church in the piazza
I included this photo taken a few years ago
when there was a festival with musical entertainment.
The piazza was full of cars because of the Saturday market.
The evening before it would have been full of trestle tables and food stalls
as there had been a festival associated with St. Thomas Aquinas.
We had coffee in a little cafe in the piazza before returning home to our village.
Everywhere along the way the mimosa trees were in full bloom.
A map of the region in south Lazio (south of Rome)