On a crest among the Cremone river valley and Ete Morto river vally you can see Mogliano, in the heart of the Macerata territory hills, half way from Sibillini Mount and the Adriatic coast. Surraunded by local olive tree groves, Mogliano preserves part of the ancient medieval walls, all around a village made of splendid palaces and churches built during the 18th century. Time seems to have stopped since then: it is evocative walking through the streets, stopping in those little squares and coming across some surprisingly beautiful views.
The visitThe tour of Mogliano can begin after Porta Roma, where the grace of the 18th century Nuschi Palace seems to be echoed in other residences that front along the town main street: here you can admire also the magnificent staircase and the façade of Chiesa di San Gregorio Magno ( St. Gregory the Great Church), not far from the enormous clay-bricked Forti Palace, magnificent residence of the homonymous family, that today has turned into the town hall. The Chiesa di S. Maria di Piazza and the ancient Oratorio della Madonna della Misericordia ( Virgin of Mercy Oratory) are, together with the Apollo Theatre, part of the town main square from where you can see the wonderfull view of via Regina Margherita (Regina Margherita street) that from a perspective point of view leads to Porta di Levante.
Do not missYou cannot miss the Pala dell’Assunta ( The Assumption of the Vergin Altarpiece) by Lorenzo Lotto in Santa Maria in Piazza Church. The theme of the work of art is Mary into Heave appearing to Saint John the Baptist, Saint Anthony from Padua, Mary Magdalene and Saint Joseph.
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