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Italy in Photos

Photos of Italy taken on Walks in the Cities Towns & Villages of Italia

Welcome to Italy in Photos and let our captivating photographs transport you to the heart of Ausonia: – Ausonia is a small town in the Lazio region of central Italy, with a population of about 2,500 people. It is named after the Ausones, an ancient Italic tribe that lived in the area². Ausonia has a rich history and culture, with many monuments and traditions to explore. Some of the attractions include: – The Sanctuary of Santa Maria del Piano, a 15th-century church that hosts a famous painting of the Madonna and Child. – The Castle of Ausonia, a medieval fortress that was once the residence of the princes of Capua. – The Museum of Ausonia, a local museum that displays archaeological and artistic artifacts from the town and its surroundings. – The Festival of San Michele Arcangelo, a religious and folkloric celebration that takes place every year on September 29th, the feast day of the town’s patron saint. Ausonia is also known for its natural beauty and gastronomy. It is surrounded by hills and mountains, with scenic views and hiking trails. It produces excellent wines, cheeses, and olive oil, as well as typical dishes such as pasta e fagioli (pasta and beans) and polenta con salsiccia (polenta with sausage).

Via Provinciale is the main road through the town of Ausona. (Photo 1) – Via Panoramica is a street in Ausonia, a town and commune in southern Lazio, central Italy. (Photos 2-3-4) – Via D. Alighieri is a street in Avezzano which runs from the rounabout on the Via Provinciale to Via Roma. (Photo 5-6-7-8-11-12-13) – Piazza Mercato is a square in Ausonia. It is located in the historical center of the town, near the church of San Michele Arcangelo and the castle of Ausonia. (Phots 9-10) – Via Roma is a street in Avezzano which runs from Via D. Alighieri to Via Calenzo. (Photo 15) – Steps leading up from Via Roma to Via S. Michele. (Photos 15-16) – Via S. Michele is a street in Avezzano which runs from the Church of San Michele Arcangelo to Via Roma. (Photos 17-23-24-25-26) – San Michele Arcangelo is a beautiful church in the town of Ausonia, in the Latium region of Italy. It is a Roman Catholic church that was built in the Romanesque style between the 12th and 13th centuries. It stands on the highest point of the town, overlooking the valley below. The church is dedicated to Saint Michael the Archangel, who is the patron saint of high places and protector of the town. The church has a white stone facade with three arches and a rose window. The interior has a nave and two aisles, decorated with frescoes, paintings and sculptures. The church also preserves some ancient Roman elements, such as pillars, urns and a temple dedicated to Hercules. (Photos 18-19-20-21-22) – Piazza Domenico Migliore can be found close to Via Romsa & Vico II Buonarroti. (Photo 27) – Vico II Buonarroti is a street in Avezzano from Via Roma to Via Calenzo. (Photos 28-29-30-31-32)

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Photo Gallery of Walk in Ausonia – Via Provinciale to Vico II Buonarroti
Approximately 0.63 km – 0.39 miles

The walk starts in Via Provinciale – Via Panoramica – Via D. Alighieri – Piazza Mercato – Via D. Alighieri – Via Roma – Passaggio – Via S. Michele – San Michele Arcangelo, Via S. Michele – Via S. Michele – Via Berze’-La-Ville – Piazza Domenico Migliore – Vico II Buonarroti