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On a hill overlooking the Agro Pontino, Sermoneta is a village a few kilometres from the Via Appia. A medieval town but with a prehistoric settlement, it is surrounded by mighty walls and rich in history and culture.

Worth visiting are the Caetani Castle, dating back to the early 13th century and built by the Annibali family, majestically dominating the Pontine Plain; the Valvisciolo Abbey, which Greek monks founded in the 8th century and was later rebuilt by the Templars in the 13th century; the Cathedral of Santa Maria, the Church of St Joseph, patron saint of the village, and the Church of St Michael Archangel.


04013 Sermoneta LT, Italia

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