Route "Via Micaelica" - C.A.I. Foggia

The Terre Alte Group C.A.I. di Foggia did a remarkable job of analysis on the Gargano territory to identify a path that unites three places of cult of extraordinary importance in the enchanting scenery of the Gargano promontory: Santa Maria di Stignano, San Giovanni Rotondo and Monte Sant'Angelo.

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Route "Via Prenestina"

The route of the Via Prenestina was revitalized by the Arch. Di Paola, in collaboration with the Fondazione Percorsi Giubilari. An itinerary was traced, mostly on foot, from Paliano to the archaeological area of Gabii.

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Route Faicchio - Buonalbergo

As part of the development project for the Via Francigena of the South in the province of Benevento, the G.A.L. Titerno entrusted a preliminary study of the route to the Itineraria society. The Benevento area is characterized by a significant presence of paved roads, generally with little traffic, and by a considerable lack of country roads and paths.

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Route “Appia Pedemontana”

The Appia Pedemontana, one of the main roads used in the Middle Ages to link Rome with the south, has recently been revisited by the Association Gruppo dei Dodici, in collaboration with the Compagnia dei Lepini.

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The Benevento Way- Celle San Vito

The Gruppo Terre Alte del C.A.I has been working for three years now on the recovery and enhancement of a path that unites Benevento to Monte Sant’Angelo, placing the route in the Via Francigena of the South system as Via Micaelica.

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