View from the Town of Agnone where we stayed. Without the heavily engineered system of roads and tunnels, this is not an easy place to get to.
Town of Agnone.
As I was shooting across the little valley from outside my Hotel, I turned around and took the view in the windows.
Balconies on main street of Agnone.
View through one of the many alleys.
The old source of water for the neighborhood, now decorated.
Agnone wall ornament. Not sure what the meaning is, but there was a period of Venetian influence on the architecture.
Setting up the church for a Sunday afternoon wedding.
Marinelli Bell Foundry, established in the year 1040. Bells are still made with the same technique.
Copper working used to be an important industry in Agnone, also. This was a talk given in the Copper Museum. She is demonstrating how to get your water home.
Works outside the shop of a craftsman who used recyled materials.
Making Caciocavallo at LaMontagna, an artisanal cheese maker and bakery.
Aging caciovallo at DiNucci, a larger local cheese maker.
Cheese and sausages in a local shop.
Traditional bread oven in LaMontagna.
View from LaMontagna. Agnone is in the background.
The decorated entrance to what we would probably call a truck stop. The food was excellent! It all was!
Outside Il Refugio. What struck me was the huge Lowengrau banner behind the fence.
Side altars in San Antonio Abbate, are mid 18th century and have more baroque ornamentation than I saw in Molise. The figures on ouside of the altar on the left were worth a second look!
Feels like you are in the clouds.
Statue of a Sannite warrior in the town of Pietrabbondante.
View from outside the Sannite archaeological site at Pietrabbondante