Church of San Giovanni Battista


Church of San Giovanni Battista
The church has a simple stone cottage form with rectangular stone elements cleverly positioned in horizontal rows in the tradition of the churches of the L’Aquila region in Abruzzo. Several ancient Roman tombstones were used in the construction of the masonry facade and are still visible in the foundations. Dating back to the first centuries after Christ and from the districts Citarella...

Church of San Martino


Church of San Martino
The facade, with horizontal crowning, is flanked by the bell tower.  It has two portals: on the side that leads into the left aisle, the doorway is Baroque, like the highest part of the bell tower. The right-hand portal is however in a Gothic style and dates back to the 14th century.  It is similar to the portal of the church of Sant'Agostino in Sulmona, which was later relocated onto the...

Church of St. Rocco


Church of St. Rocco
The current building is the result of work over many centuries.  It has a rectangular floor plan with a single hall and features consolidation structures along the right-hand side.   The facade, with a straight crown, has at the centre a portal with a lunette and a semicircular stone frame with egg shapes and corner ledges with foliage.   On the lintel is the Bernardino monogram.   ...

Church of Santa Maria delle Grazie


Church of Santa Maria delle Grazie
The church has a horizontally crowned facade which is bordered on top by a simple stone frame with a shell motif. The 16th century portal with a moulded frame and a Bernardinian monogram has, to either side, two tile windows in a clearly Baroque style.  At the top is an elliptical opening from the 18th century. On the right-hand side of the facade there are five crosses representing...