The old castle was probably built by the Benedictine monks of Farfa
Piazzetta di San Martino: open like a balcony on an overhang of 15 meters. From here the view sweeps from the sea to the mountains, on a series of hills up to the mountains Sibillini, to see so much as to seem near, the massif of the Gran Sasso of Italy.

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The entrance to the castle of the medieval village of Petriolo

The entrance to the castle of the medieval village of Petriolo

The entrance to the castle of the medieval village of Petriolo

The entrance to the castle of the medieval village of Petriolo

Church of the Saints Martino and Marco in the medieval village of Petriolo

Church of the Saints Martino and Marco in the medieval village of Petriolo

Church of the Saints Martino and Marco in the medieval village of Petriolo

Church of the Saints Martino and Marco in the medieval village of Petriolo

typical alley in the medieval historic center of the village of Petriolo

typical alley in the medieval historic center of the village of Petriolo

The entrance to the castle of the medieval village of Petriolo

The entrance to the castle of the medieval village of Petriolo

The entrance to the castle of the medieval village of Petriolo

The entrance to the castle of the medieval village of Petriolo

The entrance to the castle of the medieval village of Petriolo

The entrance to the castle of the medieval village of Petriolo

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