Edited by Gianfranco Formichetti. Texts by Giovanna Alvino, Gianfranco Formichetti and Tersilio Leggio
1993 / 228 PAGES.
Language: Bilingual edition: Italian/English
A sublime, rough and wooded mountain region, Sabina has always kept to itself; its main feature being a vocation to seclusion.
Sabina’s capital, Rieti, still has a Medieval aspect, as do the region’s main towns: Amatrice and Antrodoco with their Romanesque-Gothic churches; the Franciscan Greccio, birthplace of the nativity scene; Leonessa with its 14th-century frescoes; Cittaducale, founded by the Angevins and the great Abbey of Farfa.