The village of Triponzo is an ancient castle dating back to centuries. XIII with imposing fortifications, built on the confluence of the rivers Nera and Corno, on a stone bench-porous limestone, deeply incised by water at an altitude of meters. 420 s. l. m..
His attitude castle hill, with the upper tower and the tower defense and down the village, inhabited by two closed doors, has been largely altered by the passage of the highway Valnerina and modern buildings that have arisen along its route, the entire village was severely damaged by the earthquake of 1997.
Opposite the village is a small group of farm buildings, now reduced to a state of ruin, where it differs from some architectural features typical of Norcia, this is easily explained because the castle was under the dominion of Norcia.
Before entering the country encountered a large rock cut in Roman times to get the road, as recalled by an inscription on the wall, curated by the construction period, just ahead of the country is another stretch of road, completely excavated in the rock, called Balza cut, perhaps pre-Roman times.
Near the town are also known as the baths "Bathrooms Triponzo", known since Roman times and used to sec. XX, thanks to some sulfur springs that flow from the hollow of an ancient volcano.
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carlo62 (50127) 2013-02-10 1:08
può essere che questo paese con la sua bella torre si veda dalla superstrada? Mi sembra di ricordarlo.
Arroccato sul pendio della montagna, doveva essere un bel punto di osservazione dalle torri del castello.
lousat (92936) 2013-02-10 1:42
Ciao Silvio,mi stavo chiedendo come fosse possibile che non ci fosse una gru tra le case come al solito,e invece l'ho scovata sulla sinistra davanti alla casa rosa..eeehe...bel paesino catturato con ottima luce e grandi dettagli,domani anche se ne nevica non andare a Castelluccio ma stai in casa che sei malato!Buona Domenica,Luciano
jemaflor (98793) 2013-02-10 2:20
Good pov on this village perched on the rocky mountains, interesting light and sharpness for all these old houses.
Romano46 (18472) 2013-02-10 2:32
Sono un mago. Posso togliere il punto interrogativo al dubbio su quale avresti messo nel sito. Vedo i tuoi paesini hanno grande successo e devo darti atto che ce la metti tutta per fare conoscere l'Umbria al resto del mondo (sempre sperando che le note qualcuno le legga, perchè a volte ho dei dubbi).
Ciao e buona domenica
snunney (100816) 2013-02-10 3:41
A fine portrait of this attractive village; the close framing works very well indeed and the lighting is most appealing. The massive castle towering above the houses makes an excellent focal point. A superbly presented image with great colours and clarity.
siudzi (34141) 2013-02-10 4:34
A very nice and colorful pic of this beautiful small town. Its architecture is unique and must give a lot of great experiences when you are there. Well seen and presented. Thanks for sharing.
amaryllis (37039) 2013-02-10 5:31
ces villages italiens avec les maisons serrées les unes contre les autres et contre la roche et une lumière idéale et forte d'où souvent les volets fermés m'étonnent toujours mais je les trouve si beaux et là avec la tour du chateau, ce village a un passé historique intéressant
mirosu (16273) 2013-02-10 6:55
You have captured excelent view to the small town on quite steep slope. The whole is very good exposes and the tight crop is excellent. Well done.
Nicou (144332) 2013-02-10 7:34
Quel village collé contre la roche superbe toute ces maison avec la falaise quelle vue et compo merveilleux.
Bravo et amitié
rychem (37427) 2013-02-10 8:42
Great view of this amphiteater situated village with a steep slope in the back ground, well captured and presented
Schnappilic (9692) 2013-02-10 12:43
A beautiful presentation of this little village built on the rock. Nice houses with the face on the sun. TFS!
elenimavrandoni (0) 2013-02-10 13:03
Ciao Silvio, un giorno in più, un posto più bello da visitare, una foto più da ammirare per la sua semplicità e la bellezza indiscutibile. Siete molto fortunato vivere in cui si vive e godere di immagini come questa ogni giorno!!
Sonata11 (33903) 2013-02-10 15:16
impressively beautiful place. Spectacular view, architecture. Great composed image. Colors, sharpness, clarity, POV are great. Tfs.
All the best,
tedesse (25135) 2013-02-10 15:49
Wonderful view Triponzo village, built on the slope of calcareous mountain. Excellent POV and composition showing interesting architecture. Beautiful colors and excellent sharpness.
I cordially greet
delpeoples (58616) 2013-02-10 22:01
Che POV che hai ottenuto qui, mostrando bene la carattera di questo paesino incantevole. Adoro come e' costruito, quasi dentro la colline. I colori e la luce sono maestose, e l'immagine e' nitidissima.
Grazie per la condivisione e ti auguro una bella settimana
jjcordier (79297) 2013-02-10 22:23
Ce village accroché au rocher ne manque pas de charme et tu as trouvé le bon endroit pour le cadrer de belle façon.
danos (99271) 2013-02-10 22:52
nice the tight frame of the village as the close up view of the front houses of it.I like the clarity and the sharpness of the shot with the light and the colours to are superb.
Have a good week,Danos
emka (100039) 2013-02-10 23:55
Another wonderful old town in Perugia area. beautiful view of the houses perched on the hill.
Warm regrads MAlgo
dkmurphys (60071) 2013-02-11 1:26
Very beautiful capture of the old town. I like the textures and the shapes of the houses. Well seen.
npecanhuk (75592) 2013-02-11 4:34
Very beautiful place!
Very attractive picture!
Sharpness, exposure, colors, horizontal format, black borders, chosen pov and composition really pleased me!
TFS - congrats,
Cricri (120579) 2013-02-12 11:52
Ciao almi Silvio
Belle vue du village accroché aux rochers, la tour du château, un lieu historique dans une belle lumière
macjake (69195) 2013-02-13 5:56
I can honestly say that i never ever get tired of seeing these scenes from Italy :)
it would be amazing to see how this town looked like centuries ago!
charming, historic and colorful all in one.
great to see all the pastel colors up along the hillsides.
Hansaphotos (8225) 2013-02-13 11:51
Amazing how the houses are clinging to the hillside. I guess today one would probably declared that it was rather impossible to construct houses here. I like how you also have included some of the road in the right part. Very nice work:) TFS.
Best regards, Erling