A surreal Sacred Wood that fulfills the delusional style of Salvador Dalì Imagine being in Italy, in the heart of the Etruscan land called Tuscia. Imagine being in Bomarzo, a small town perched on a rocky hill with its impressive castle. Imagine being attracted by this green valley that as a natural amphitheater surrounds a …
Sant’Angelo di Roccalvecce in the province of Viterbo, Italy, has become the Fairy Tale Village. Thanks to ACAS cultural association, the support of many local people, and talented street artists, this semi-abandoned village has gloriously been transformed into a wonderland.
The Etruscan builders around the 7th century BC carved this Pyramid from an enormous rock of peperino. It measures about 16 meters (53 feet) long, 7 meters (24 feet) at its widest point, and 9 meters (30 feet) tall. And with its 28 steps, two minor altars, and a main one on the rock summit, the Etruscan Pyramid is one of the wonders of the world, immersed in an archaic and enigmatic site, for someone even esoteric or spiritually magical.
The Walk on the Way of Saint Rosa’exile is a series of excursions organized every year from September to December by “Take Off Association” chaired by Silvio Cappelli. These excursions want to evoke the exile of Saint Rosa from Viterbo in the 13th century walking along the same path that the Saint followed during her exile from Viterbo to Soriano nel Cimino and Vitorchiano. This trail leads through marvelous hamlets, fields in bloom, secular woods, and hidden archeological sites, always accompanied by the professional guide of Anna Rita Properzi.