Around the small town of Castelluccio di Norcia

Castelluccio di Norcia, in Italian region Umbria, is a tiny village perched on a small mount overlooking the Great Plain of Castelluccio. Only 12 people live there in winter! Let's wander around, paying attention to the city walls... could you guess why?

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