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Discover 3 places to see in Allerona

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Permanent exhibition of Pugnaloni

The Mostra Permanente dei Pugnaloni is held in Allerona. This Exhibition collects all documentation related to the Pugnaloni Festival, features all the elements constituting the Pugnaloni, and displays pictures taken during the Historical Cart Parades. In fact, the Pugnaloni are Allegorical Carts, surmounted by small poplar or turkey oak trees, under which scenes of rural work and daily life are reproduced—exactly like in a crèche. It seems that their name comes from a farming tool named “pungolo”—a cattle prod—i.e. a wooden stick with an iron-tip on one side, used to poke the cattle, an


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Museum of the geological Cycles

Museum of Geological Cycles Instituted in 2003, inside the Municipal building, the Museo dei Cicli Geologici documents the geological history of the southwestern area of Umbria. In this Museum, marine-fauna fossils from the Pleistocene—such as remains of whales, shark teeth, shellfish, urchin and corals—and other geological and botanical finds coming from the Allerona area are preserved. The Museum also promotes scientific research, environmental educational programs and thematic excursions in the territory, in collaboration with the Laboratorio Ambiente Distrettuale of the Sch


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Villa Cahen

Villa Cahen Villa Cahen was built by the rich financier of Aversa, Edouard Cahen, who in the last quarter of the 19th century had acquired a vast estate between the two slopes of the Paglia River from the Bourbon del Monte. Cahen, conferred title of Marquis from Vittorio Emanuele II for outstanding merits earned during the war of Unification, had already had a deteriorated castle rebuilt to make it his home, in the nearby Torre Alfina. Today the Villa is included in the protected area of Allerona-Meana. A refined example of Art Nouveau, the edifice is in large part surrounded by an I


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