The tunic of Faroaldo
Terni – Umbria
Where it takes place
Abbey of San Pietro in Valle,
on foot and with own means
from 3 to 6 hours
Medieval history, folklore and ancient culinary traditions of Umbria
According to the needs of cost and duration for adults, families, individuals and groups up to 20 people
The Story to live together
Veronica, a scholar of medieval history, is looking for funding for research with which she wants to prove that textile skills of the artisans of Sant Anatolia date back to the 8th century, namely to the time of Duke Faroaldo II. Few days left before the deadline to participate in the European ban which will finance future research and Veronica asks for help from her colleagues at the University.
Do you want to help Veronica unravel the mystery? Just go round at the Abbey of San Pietro in Valle tomorrow and bring your notes of Medieval History, they will be very useful to you!
Veronica, Experiential Tourism Operator
Hi, I’m Veronica, I’m an art historian. I will lead you to the origins of the Abbey of San Pietro in Valle, you will learn about the traditions of the Valnerina and Sant’Anatolia di Narco, a picturesque village, known for the Canvas Museum. You will experience the weaving of canvas with an ancient loom and a tasting of typical products.
What we can do together
- Meeting with Veronica and exploration of the Abbey of San Pietro in Valle
- Transfer by own means to Sant’Anatolia di Narco
- Entrance to the Canvas Museum
- Demonstration or experimentation of Longobard weaving in the workshop
- Dossier preparation and delivery of the certificate
- Lunch or tasting of typical local products
Minors must be accompanied by an adult.
Please inform us of any food intolerance or allergy in advance.
On request possibility to organize transfers.