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SIMONE FRIGNANI, L’INVENTORE DI CAMMINI – ROMAITALIALAB.IT

Tutto è iniziato da una passione e da una ricerca personale per arrivare ad essere un mestiere. una guida e un cammino, quello di San Benedetto, che è entrato nell’atlante ufficiale del Mibact e che viene percorso da persone di tutto il mondo. Ci sono mestieri e mestieri. Alcuni più tradizionali, si potrebbe dire quasi ordinari, spesso routinari, non per questo meno nobili, perché il lavoro comunque nobilita (almeno così dovrebbe essere), ma che forse stimolano poco la fantasia e dunque meno attraenti. Ce ne sono altri che, al contrario,…

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The Abbey of Montecassino | Italia Slow Tour

Slow Tour riding a horse, along the path of St Benedict that leads to the great Abbey of Montecassino, rising up above the Liri valley. Beneath the walls of the abbey there is a magnificent and ancient farm, representing quite well the Benedictine Order, based on ora et labora: the monks not only had to pray, but to work as well, to produce wealth for the abbey and for everything that surrounded it.

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St Benedict’s “Sacro Speco” (Holy Cave) | Italia Slow Tour

The so called Sacro Speco in Subiaco is a place of hermitage that has become work of architecture and art. Here is the cave where the young Benedict took refuge from Rome and where he remained for three years, in prayer. First there was nothing, just the cave with some hermitages here and there. Then, in 1200, a spectacular structure was built and it became a place of pilgrimage, and St Francis passed here too, by his time. You know, this place is important because here the journeys of the…

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Monastery of Santa Scolastica | Italia Slow Tour

Spiritual trekking in Central Italy: visit the monastery of Santa Scolastica, then walk for a quick trail to Saint Benedict of Subiaco where is the famous Sacro Speco (Holy Cave). It’s a wonderful path, seriously, it’s almost better than the walk to Santiago de Compostela! The abbey dedicated to Santa Scolastica – who was Saint Benedict’s sister, nun as well – is a place where knowledge is preserved, through a huge archive of ancient books. There is also an ancient hand-written Bible, purchased in 1394.

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