It’s a sunny day in Ortezzano, a nice little town nearby the Apennines.
Walking alone after lunch, I take pictures of the silent alleys.
In the Medieval Ages, the Old Town of Ortezzano (altitude of 301 metres, inhabitants 832) was a castle built by the Benedectine monks. You can still appreciate the signs of the ancient defensive system.
Cultural heritage shows the importance of Ortezzano in the past.
The Church of St.Mary hosts the painting “Madonna on the throne with Child and Saints” by Vincenzo Pagani.
The Church of the Suffrage preserves a beautiful curvilinear facade.