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Palmerston is located on a hill. The name might suggest to its geographical location (the surrounding hills recall the palm of your hand, “Palmi Manus” = Palmiano) or a compound predial (that is indicative of a specific property, mainly land) consists of a term staff or animal (from “Palunbus” = pigeon) plus suffix “anus”, in adjectival function (palombiano was, in fact, the ancient name of the castle).


Nothing definite is known about its origins (the municipal archive was destroyed, a fire in 1799): there are those who date back to the period around the fifteenth – sixteenth century by Benedictine monks (perhaps in reference to architectural, typical of this order).

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