Muro Lucano is a town and comune in the province of Potenza, in the northern part of the region of Basilicata, southern Italy.
Muro Lucano is composed of the old town and the surrounding areas of Cappuccini to the north and Giardini (meaning gardens) to the south.
It lies on a slope over the Muro ravine, with quaint houses built on terraces. The name of the city comes from the medieval wall (in Italian muro) that surrounded the medieval centre.
The city has a cathedral, and it was in its castle that Queen Joan of Naples was murdered on the orders of her adopted son Charles III of Naples.
Traditionally, this dish is served with pasta called “ferricelli,” named after the iron rod the dough was rolled around. It’s a lovely toothsome pasta, but of course, the recipe is fabulous with any shape, size, or type of pasta!
Hi all, we've been in Italy for some time and realise that because all our income is in the UK, we haven't done an Italian Tax Return.Does anyone know of a good commercialista in Puglia or Basilicata that can help us - it would help if they spoke some english. Thanks