CORROPOLI, Province of Teramo, Abruzzo, Italy

Province of Teramo, Abruzzo region This fine medieval town is world-famous for the nearby neolithic village of Ripoli, dating back to 3000 B.C. which is one of the most important prehistoric centres in Europe. The famous neolithic tomb of the "woman with dog" was found here in 1914, and is presently in the Museo Nazionale Archeologico d'Abruzzo, Chieti.
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Corropoli Altitude: m a.s.l -- Distance from Teramo: km -- Population: ca. inhabitants -- Zip code: -- Phone Area Code: 0861 -- How to reach it:
- road: A14 7 km

arrowSights & Excursions

  • Piazza Piedicorte, which was built on the ruins of a castle, and is at the centre of the village
  • The Belltower, built by Antonio Da Lodi in the XV century, which is one of the four "campanili fratelli" (=brother belltowers, that is Atri, Campli, Corropoli, Teramo) of the Province.
  • Abbey of Santa Maria di Majulano, a Benedictine monastery built on the remains of a pagan temple dedicated to goddess Flora; Majulano was already mentioned in 1018 in a document by the Cartulario of Teramo.
  • Monastery of Gabbiano, founded in the XII century by Benedictine monks oming from Cassino.
  • Convent of Santa Maria degli Angeli, a Franciscan monastery, now in ruins, which had a wonderfully frescoed ceiling representing Crist's Ascension to Heaven.
  • Parish Church of Sant'Agnese, built in the Middle Ages on a Roman building, then completely rebuilt in a Baroque style, which contains interesting XIX century paintings.

arrowEvents & Festivities

    13 August Palio delle Botti.

arrowHotels, Lodging, Restaurants