Posts Tagged ‘Sanza’

Faraway from the noises of the earthly life, secluded on Mount Cervati, in the territory of Sanza, the house of the Archconfraternity of Saint Mary of the Snow rises up. The shrine of Sanza, built around the X century, as it can be read in an epigraph conserved there, has a plant compliant with the period of building:...

The village of Sanza is absolutely worthy for a visit. Laid down on a height, which strategically controls Bussento Valley, it preserves the typical structure of the medieval fortified center with the houses that follow in a concentric way the contour lines and are all around the Mother Church. Walking in the narrow...

On the south-west slope of Vallo di Diano, in Cilento, with its magnificent medieval village, the Municipality of Sanza, set among the mountains of the chain of Cervati, opens the valley to the Gulf of Policastro. Sanza, before the Lucanian  and the Roman presence, has always had a strategic and commercial importance...