The Church of St. Sylvester

The Church of St. Sylvester

The San Silvestro’s (St. Sylvester’s) Church has a Roman origin and traditionally it is said that in the same place, up to the beginning of the 4th Century AD, there was an old heathen temple transformed into a church during the pontificate of Pope Silvestro I (313 –...
The South Gate

The South Gate

This gate, facing south, is the latest of the three access points to the village. It was built after the extension of the wall path dating back to the first half of the 13th Century, following the purchase of the Castle of Larciano and its territories by the Commune...
The North-East Gate

The North-East Gate

The North-East Gate, recently restored, is one of the three access points to the village of Larciano Castello and has the same constructive and modular characteristics of the North Gate. Built using, as modular basis, the “Liutprand foot”, an ancient unit of measure...
The Church of St. Roch

The Church of St. Roch

The San Rocco’s (St. Roch’s) Church, in neo-Renaissance style, has reached its current aspect as a Latin cross after many interventions. At the back of the building, next to the apse, stands the bell tower with a square base, whose cell opens to the outside with a...