Edifici Storici Monumentali

9 October 2019

St Saba Hermitage and Blessed Jean of Caramola

Blessed Jean of Caramola is a religious figure dear to those living south of the Pollino National Park, as he lived here in the 14th century...

8 October 2019

Our Lady of the Rosary Chapel

The history of Fardella is a history of devotion and religious traditions well expressed, more in the past than today, in the festivals held for the two patron saints, St Anthony of Padua, on 13 June, and Our Lady of the Rosary, on the first Sunday of October
8 October 2019

Saint Onofrio

Still concealed by the huge cypresses surrounding it and which immediately stand out along the municipal road connecting the Sinnica road to Fardella,
8 October 2019

Villa Costanza

Built in 1914, as testified by the inscription over the portal, Villa Costanza is one of the few examples with a strong correlation between the architectural element and the natural setting ...
8 October 2019

Palazzo Costanza

Dating back to the first half of the 18th century, Palazzo Costanza, along with other elegant buildings, is one of the oldest, owned by powerful families in terms of wealth and culture ...
8 October 2019

Home Gorgoglione

A picturesque view that takes your breath away as it did in the past can be seen as you walk along Via Mario Pagano as the road initially widens, with an arched entrance still in its original state.
7 October 2019

Bottega Borea

The Borea shop, dubbed “Vitino’s shop” by its owner, is a small building erected in the early 20th century by Giovanni Borea and located in the main square in Fardella.
3 October 2019

Mother Churc

The first record of the Mother Church is from 1704. A chapel dedicated to the patron saint, St Anthony, was perhaps initially built and the current complex was then extended. Until 1912, it still lacked an organ, which was to be built near the main entrance, behind the facade.
3 October 2019

Palazzo Donato – Museum of Words

Palazzo Donato was completed by one of the local wealthy families around 1849, as proven by the date on the staircase leading to the first floor.