Frontino medieval village (Pesaro-Urbino - Italy)
Visit to Frontino village
Immediately after a small garden and after some houses, with the typical stone facades, a square with a watch tower that closes the walls and the village. Recently, a modern-style fountain by the Turin artist, Franco Assetto, has been created on the square with a questionable style if we consider the context.
Parish church of the village
Montefiorentino Convent nearby
The adjacent cloister, recently glazed and with two wells in the center, appears to be well preserved. Curious and interesting is a wooden door of the cloister dating back to the past centuries with a small door, large studs with hinges, locks with large keys, internal closing beams embedded in the wall and locking wedges, an original piece now rare to find.
St. Jerome Monastery nearby
Old Bridge Mill and Bread Museum nearby
Saint Mary of Mutino Abbey nearby
The International Festival of Scarecrows is held every year in Frontino, which recalls the ancient rural tradition that is variously interpreted by the taste of the participants; each one proposes his own interpretation of scarecrows according to his own imagination, with the chosen materials and also with the traditions, colors and style of his country of origin.
Where is Frontino
Frontino photo and video gallery
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