Rocca San Zenone
Some fortification structures remain of the medieval fortress, such as the watchtowers - one of which is located at a higher point - which made it possible to watch over an extensive area. This control was aimed above all at preventing possible enemy attacks from the area around Spoleto, as this defensive bulwark was located at the access point to the Valle del Serra,to the limit of the territory of Terni. The fortified nucleus of the Rocca was probably built on the same site where there had been an Umbrian settlement. In the village of Rocca San Zenone there is the "Church of San Giovanni" whose original building was almost certainly built before the walls of the defensive system inside of which it lies, therefore before the thirteenth century. The forepart added in the seventeenth century aligned the facade with the medieval walls. The interior preserves frescoes from the first half of the 15th century by painters from the school of Bartolomeo da Miranda and the Master of Narni. Outside the town stands the church dedicated to San Zenone, who was martyred and buried in these places. On the tomb of the saint it is said that the primitive church was built. The current building has a gabled facade and a single nave interior. The two chapels on either side of the façade are from the 16th century.
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