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Frosolone, Molise
A picture perfect country village, Frosolone has kept its bucolic charm throughout the centuries and still looks like something out of a fairytale. Surrounded by lush woods, this borgo is quaint and quiet and features amazing baroque architecture scattered around its narrow alleys and pretty piazzas. 
The church of Santa Maria delle Grazie, built in 1533, holds the town’s most important artwork, a magnificent carved wooden altar from the 16th century, complete with paintings representing scenes from the Bible. Sagne e fagioli is a local delicacy very similar to pasta e fagioli: sprinkle it with freshly grated caciocavallo, one of the best cheeses produced in the area. 
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