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Guardiagrele, the 'city of stone' narrated by Gabriele d'Annunzio in his 'Triumph of Death', is a village with an ancient history: colonized by the Benedictines, who erected a monastery on the site, it reached its peak around the 12th century. The town planning and architecture of the centre bear traces of this past: millenary towers, churches, old houses and narrow alleys, the village enchants with its tale of medieval atmospheres. The heart of Guardiagrele's identity, however, is its craftsmanship: the village saw the birth of schools of high perfection and prominent personalities such as Nicola da Guardiagrele, a pupil of Ghiberti, and still enchants today with the creations of art and craftsmanship that are made here, including the splendid artefacts of the goldsmith's art.


66016 Guardiagrele CH, Italia

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