Panoramica di Pievebovigliana
Panoramica di Pievebovigliana
Panoramica di Pievebovigliana
Panoramica con cime innevate
Castello Beldiletto
Castello Beldiletto - Affresco interno
Castello Beldiletto - Cortile interno
Castello Beldiletto - Scuderie
Villa Filippo Marchetti Gallazzano
Chiesa di San Giusto in San Maroto
Chiesa di San Giovanni - Isola
Chiesa di San Giovanni - Isola
Cripta romanica di Santa Maria Assunta
Museo Storico del Territorio
Lago di Boccafornace
Lago di Polverina o Beldiletto
Palazzo Marchetti Campi
Ponte romanico di Pontelatrave
Chiesa e Convento di San Francesco - Pontelatrave
San Francesco interno
pieveboviglianaIt is located in an enchanting position at 439 m above sea level, in the middle of the valley of the Fornace stream. It has ancient Roman origins when it was a necessary stopover along the street that led to Umbria. During the Middle Ages, the town was ruled by Benedictine monks, and then was held under the heel of the Da Varano family, which destroyed the castle as a punishment to its inhabitants. Nowadays, much of Pievebovigliana’s economy relies on manufacturing and traditional agriculture. An artisan laboratory still produces handmade textiles, with ancient-design-like wefts and ornaments, following traditional techniques. Pievebovigliana is highly frequented in summertime, thanks to the beautiful natural reserve surrounding the Polverina Lake, an artificial pond created by a dyke in the Chienti River. This ecological preserve has a great naturalistic relevance, both for the predominant-white-willow woods surrounding the lake, and for the great variety of birds, such as night herons, egrets and cormorants. This oasis, belonging to the Monti Sibillini National Park, was awarded the Orange Flag seal of quality by the Touring Club of Italy.
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