Named after the deer who used to live in this region, Cervara di Roma is a small village in the province of Rome dramatically perched on a cliff in the Monti Simbruini Regional Park.
It is the second-highest village in Lazio's Italian region, and today it functions as a surprising and renowned open-air gallery.
Cervara is a very specific village, different from what can be considered a classic village. It's entirely pedestrian. The alleys, the stairs, the arches and the doors almost seamlessly blend. Some views look like paintings by Escher. The village's archeological part is not exciting. Held badly. The poet verses that cover the whole country are very beautiful. Really beautiful sculptures made by children of the art school. Not suitable for wheelchairs and strollers.
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