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The convent of San Girolamo was used as a Museum in 2005 after a long restoration and adjustment of space. Born thanks to the initiative of a group of santagatesi eager to rediscover its origins, the Museum consists of two sections: the sacred art and furnishings, precious vestments, from the Church and the convent of San Girolamo, while that of rural art, which has social purpose and rehabilitative measures and aims to renew the teaching of father Marella , which in the years 1950-1970 he collected in the former convent orphans, disabled and disenfranchised, teaching them the art. In the rura
Rocca Fregoso, imposing Fort whose origins date back to the year 1000, the Marecchia Valley from the top of the Stone's natural overhang of the Wolf. The building, badly damaged by the collapse of the main tower in 1835, is currently undergoing a massive restoration and terminated jobs, will be destined to Museum to host exhibitions and temporary installations.
Its characteristic is to be completely in wood, from the auditorium to the stage pillars. A visit is a must for the beauty and grace of this ancient and small space born in the early 17th century.
In the year 1605 Horace Fregoso, Lord of Sant'Agata, built on the il Palazzone square or Palazzo della Ragione, in whose upper floors you are setting up the archaeological museum. The theatre was built a few years later, made only from the audience and the stage. In 1743 he began the construction of the first two tiers of boxes of Company Buildings (and wealthy noble families of the village) which was