Sutri (Lazio)

Sutri is an ancient town in the province of Viterbo. Picturesquely situated on a narrow tuff hill, surrounded by ravines, a narrow neck on the west alone connecting it with the surrounding country. The modern comune of Sutri has a few more than 5,000 inhabitants. Its ancient remains are a major draw for tourism: a Roman amphitheatre excavated in the tuff rock, an Etruscan necropolis with dozens of rock-cut tombs, a Mithraeum incorporated in the crypt of its church of the Madonna del Parto, a Romanesque Duomo.

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Looking for a go-to daily soup? This nourishing bean, pumpkin and kale soup is the perfect recipe to pair along with freshly-pressed extra virgin olive oil. 

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Fast and filling, this rustic Roman dish is perfect for a hassle-free summer dinner that doesn’t skimp on flavor.

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These ring-shaped cookies, common in central and southern Italy, are made with olive oil and wine...perfect for setting out on the table with coffee or tea when guests drop by! 

 

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"Eat like a Roman" in this comforting Autumn vegetable soup combining broccolo Romanesco with turnips.

What others are saying about Lazio

@eastburn asks:

ciao tutti..

Whilst i'm at my property in Italy later this month, can I make Amazon purchases (via the italian Amazon site) using my credit card  registered to the UK Amazon site?...

Grazia 

 

@mlwakley asks:

I am from the US and want to move to Italy and keep dual citizenship with the US.    I am not from Italian descent, have no plans on marrying an Italian … so so my only other option is by residency.  Has anyone gone through/ going through this process of citizenship by residency ….

@eastburn asks:

ciao tutti

looking into applying for citizenship by decent (my mother)...can i apply at my local comune?...and with what translated( with apostille)