3 October 2019

Home Filomena Typical Dwellings

The house commonly known as “A CAS I FLUMEN”, unfortunately now in ruins, still shows its original structure: load-bearing rubble masonry made with local stone, wooden floors and roof (whose remains are still visible inside on the ground), a facade with small windows to let in the light, but not the cold ...
3 October 2019

Caprarizzo (The Loggias)

The two-storey building and attic stands between Via Pellegrino and Via Cavour, which is where the main facade is located. On the ground floor, two arched doors lead to the then utility rooms, while the entrance to the house is on the first floor in Via Pellegrino and leads to two large rooms and two utility rooms.
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.
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