The Genga territory boasts a large number of breathtaking natural attractions.
It lays in an area close to the Apennines mountains, in a landscape made up of hills and hollows, covered by natural vegetation of the woods.
Here are the famous “Frassassi Caves”, one of the largest and most fascinating subterranean routes in the world. A scenery rich in carved stalactites and stalagmites, small lakes of crystal-clear water and subjective alabaster spears.
The majestic access of the Frasassi Caves hosts the hermitage of “Santa Maria Infra Saxa”, mentioned in documents from 1029. The building made of stone has its interior partly dug into the rock.
Nearby stands the Temple of Valadier, an octagonal structure in white blocks of travertine erected in 1828 by Pope…
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