City of Muccia
Via Roma, 5-0737 646135
Founded as a center of passage of the road Flaminia and legend has it that it was founded by Muzio Scaevola.
During the lordship of Da Varano, Muccia was home to a major mill from which people drew sustenance. Also during the same lordship, the castle was expanded after numerous sacks. The castle of Jupiter has been totally destroyed, while the Massaprofoglio, which in those days was an important farm, is now being restructured. The first municipal charter believed to date back to the Napoleonic era; News about are not certain because of a fire that destroyed the archives of the City.
Hermitage Sanctuary of Blessed Rizzerio: favorite companion of St. Francis. Church built on the site of penance of Blessed, who is buried under the main altar of the parish church of Muccia. The hermitage is site of the Cenacle vocation with meeting room facilities and complementary accommodation ideally suited for tourists and religious groups and self-managed.
La Maddalena: Villa “La Maddalena”, surrounded by a park, was built in the seventeenth century by Cardinal Giori in the place where there was already a small church of the XIV century; It will keep a drawing on the wall of Bernini, “Portrait of Urban VIII.”