2 bedroom town house for sale
Italy - Molise, Campobasso, Montenero di Bisaccia
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- View of the town and of the surrounding hills from the spacious balcony
- Habitable and in good conditions
- The services available are water, electricity, central heating and natural gas
Montenero di Bisaccia
Montenero di Bisaccia (Mundunire in montenerese dialect) is a town of 6.813 inhabitants in the province of Campobasso, Molise. The town of Montenero di Bisaccia is located about 270m above sea level, from where you can enjoy a wonderful view from the north-east of the Abruzzo's mountains and Majella, Gran Sanno, the Twin Mountains and Punta Penna of Vasto , while in the south-west of the Tremiti Islands and the area north of Gargano. It is bordered to the northwest with the Abruzzo towns of San Salvo, Cupello and Lentella, and to the south-east with Petacciato and Guglionesi, to the south interior with Montecilfone, Palata, Tavenna and Mafalda, while to the north there is the Adriatic Sea.
Among the festivities alive in Montenero there is those of San Giovanni which is still represented in costume, with the songs of this tradition-bound. In the carnival montenerese, there is a parade of floats through the streets of the country. The most important festival is the "Madonna di Bisaccia" (15th and 16th May) and St. Nicholas of Bari (17th May). The cult regards the ancient painting of the Madonna caressed by the baby Jesus. On the effect on the evening of May 15th, the procession in the light of the torchlight from the picturesque grotto of Our Lady on the hill of Bisaccia and get to the Shrine.
On May 17th is celebrated St. Nicholas of Bari, in memory of the ancient pilgrims who went to Bari. On July 9th, we celebrate the memory of the martyrdom of San Zenone, as well as Oct. 25th when remember Borgo-Montenero-Molise(1529) the gift of a relic consists of an arm bone, kept in an urn dated 1700. The Madonna of CarmineBorgo-Montenero-Molise is commemorated on the Sunday after the liturgical memorial of July 16th, when the mass is celebrated on the square outside the church, with the statue of the Virgin Mary in procession. On September 21st, they celebrate St. Matthew the Apostle, the patron saint of Montenero. The festival welcomes, for several decades, a bicycle race that is held in the afternoon in the streets of the country. A unique event, which comes not from tradition, but which arises as a container to tell a little story of Montenero, is that of the Nativity, from 24th December to 6th January. Created in the early 80s by a group of young spirited, this event has now become the most important in the country, so as to magnetize many visitors also nearby areas. Not the usual nativity scene, but it is a page of history reinterpreted by over 150 people, who live in the event the parties of iron craftsmen, carpenters, shepherds etc.. The place is one of the Caves of Sandstone on the south-east of the hill of Montenero, where it was built an environment very similar to that of the country at the end of the nineteenth century with its shops, all mixed with elements similar to Palestine 2000 years ago.