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Introdacqua

In the heart of the Peligna Valley, surrounded by woods and pine forests where rare plants grow, we find the ancient medieval town of Introdacqua: its name comes from its location between two rivers. The village has an ancient history, which begins with the monks of the abbey of San Clemente, who sent here the first settlers to cultivate their lands. The traces of the Middle Ages can be read in the remains of the ancient fortified fortress, where there is the Tower that in past centuries was protection and lookout of the village. Everything here shows the signs of a story that began a long time ago: getting lost in the alleys, observing the details of the past, all this brings us back to an era that we can only imagine today. And Introdacqua is the perfect place to let yourself be carried away by imagination and chase after ancient legends.

 

Provincia: L'Aquila

CAP: 67030

Prefisso: 0864

Altitudine: 700

POSIZIONE GEOGRAFICA

42.0082207, 13.8977019

The Museum contains machinery, memorabilia, memories, rare and precious objects connected with the ancient art of the production of sugared almonds in Sulmona.

The creation of the Pinacoteca Comunale di Arte Moderna e Contemporanea is closely linked to the history of the "Premio di Arte Contemporanea città di Sulmona", founded thirty years ago with the establishment of the Circolo d'Arte e Cultura "Il Quadrivio".