The Francigena Way South

  • The Francigena Way South

Energitismo Insight

The Via Francigena was the route that the European pilgrims followed from Canterbury to Rome during the Middle Ages. The Francigena Way South, however, connected Rome with Jerusalem. The path ran along the Appian Way to get to embark at Brindisi. The Garigliano river was crossed in Suio. Along these routes, for centuries, commercial and cultural exchanges developed.

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