25 centuries of history, art and culture in the theory of a continuous square-balcony, archeology, buildings, churches, libraries, a jewel like the Academy Georgica. It gives a poignant literary fresco Dolores Prato in his "Down the square there is none." Treia is the testimonial of the game of football with the bracelet, spectacular sport loved by Leopardi, who the greatest player of all time, Didimi, dedicated a song. Challenge for the city back to the early nineteenth century, when Didimi made her famous in Italy. On a tour of excellence alongside traditional industries where the quality of life activity can also be measured from the table. The Calcione is recognized as traditional regional product. To taste with Verdicchio or Vernaccia, do not miss the Festival of Calcione without neglecting those of Polenta and Grilled Pig.
The defiance of the bracelet
Treia is the testimonial of the Ball Bracelet with more time champion of Italy, also gave birth to Charles Didimi, legendary player. For the Challenge back in early years of quell'ottocento harbinger of great socio-political changes that coincided with the golden age of Didimi.
The city traces the life of the period featuring its District: the nobles to keep, artisans to Vallesacco, while the Onglavina takes on the role of limp, gypsies tinkers who elected to stay the neighborhood of Lombard origin. Each evening, special guests on the bill, shows, music, animation with street performers, theater. At the table, era rediscovery of the recipes served in the taverns of the Districts by costumed all'nterno the frame of small architectural treasures.
Treia - Church of Saint Francesco
At the end of the twelfth century the Franciscans, increased significantly in number, settled in a church inside the walls of Montecchio that, after having equipped the monastery in 1300 dedicated to St Francis of Assisi. Between the end of the seventeenth century and the first half of the eighteenth century, the church and convent were radically restructured under the guidance of the architect Giovanni Battista Rusca Lugano, here and there you can still see remains of the original Gothic structure. The Macerata Costanzo Alberti decorated the apse, while the frescoes of the rest of the temple are of Treia Pasquale Ciaramponi. The altarpiece of the high altar is Malpiedi of San Gines and bears the date of 1601. The Friars Minor Conventual have officiated this church until January 24, 1966. It is now in the care of a diocesan priest, while the old convent, until a few years ago, has been the site of the Professional Institute of the State.
Sant'Antonio Abate (St. Michael's Church)
The saint of oriental origin, hermit and pilgrim, synonymous the fight against the demons and temptations, physician and healer, was often invoked and represented in the chapels in the countryside. Signs of recognition: the stick-shaped tau, the book, the fire, the bell, a small pig. The statue kept in St. Michael (late fourteenth century) still leaves sense the remarkable artistic quality. The carving is accurate to think of a sculptor of great experience. Made of solid poplar assembled with wooden dowels, contains rare traces of chromatic onginale. inferring that the edge of the cloak was golden and the flesh of his face was made in a naturalistic way. The course of the long beard, very accurate, seems to derive from the Gothic sculpture north of the Alps.
Pictorial works in Treia
There are many prestigious works that still occupy their place on the altars of the churches treiesi,. Among these must be counted definitely a deposition by Vincenzo Pagani, an altarpiece by Giacomo da Recanati, both preserved in the Cathedral, and go back to the fifteenth century frescoes of St. Francis and St. Michael. In the picture gallery is a real rarity of the large canvas secentista Cremona Augustine Bonisoli that processes a theatrical composition broad subject and has for the martyrdom of five Franciscans in Morocco.
The removal of Christ
The "removal of Jesus from the cross" or "laid in the tomb" are two ways to define one of the highlights of the life of Christ who, artistically, are classified mostly under the popular definition of Piety. At the bare description of the Gospels, the artists have provided a vast output of paintings, bas-reliefs, statues, and poetic descriptions that accompanied Christianity along the two thousand years of its history. Most of the faithful associates the image of the eponymous group of sculptures Pietà by Michelangelo. The entire photo is the work of Rubens. The bezel Treia of this page is the work instead of Vincenzo Pagani.
The Georgica Accademy
The architecture is of the Valadier. From Academy Sollevati (in allusion to poetry that rises from the daily anxieties), with the advent of the Enlightenment, reconverted their interests dedicating highly developed economy and agriculture from which the name of Georgica. Its researchers should be the first experiment of extracting oil from the seeds, the introduction of new crops in the area and systematic meteorological observations to better understand the effects of weather conditions on crops and humans. Among its members Volta, D'Alembert, De La Lande, Mommsen. It is still a center of culture and serve with fine paintings, all of books and documents of the City as well as portraits of illustrious treiesi as Luigi Lanzi, buried in Santa Croce in Florence among the largest in the country.
Minor Conventual, mathematician, astronomer
Treia 1560 - Florence 1637
Companion studies and research as well as a great friend of Galileo, receives great reputation from research in mathematics and astronomy. He discovered the satellites of Saturn, invented spelling protection of the sphere (and, therefore, the celestial sphere), is among the first to observe the nova: Kepler himself does not exclude that of Altobelli was the first observation in order of time . For his studies (which include those on the orthographic projection of the path of the sun) is constructed dials, balestriglie, astrolabes. Among the works of the famous Tabulae Regiae Astronomicae (1628).
The award Carlo Didimi
Treia, during the Challenge of the bracelet, the Carlo Didimi delivery, a champion in sport and in life (pictured Luke Ward rewards, for the 2008 edition, the St. Stephen's Basketball Porto Potenza), dedicated to world class Treia that was great as a player and as a man, a patriot and administrator when the city annually bestows the gift of the Challenge and Giacomo Leopardi has such high youth dedicating one of its five songs civilians "at a winner in football." And there are so many young people participating in the Challenge as a testimony that the bracelet is not only an interesting historical re-enactment, but a real sport enjoyed by prestigious pens such as Goethe, Belli, De Amicis, Fenoglio, Bunting, Arpino.
The Egyptian artefacts of Treia
In 1909. gii during excavations for the construction of the Sanctuary of the Holy Cross where there were not only the Iseo, but trea same, as confirmed by recent archaeological investigations, were found some fragments and Egyptian statues that held the remains of Roman copies, were placed on the facade of bell tower of the church, before occupying the place of honor today in the Archaeological Museum. In addition to a mosaic with ibis, there are a head of Serapis (better known as Osiris), Isis, and one of the two products of Egyptian art of the Ptolemaic era of global importance. The female figure is similar to that of a priestess found on the Terrace of Foreign Gods in the temple of Isis on Delos and the queen Thuja found in Rome. The male figure, headless, 77.5 cm high ark, Dresses shendyt, characteristic gonnelino, and the royal nemes headdress.
Church of Saint Maria in Selva
It was for centuries an important reference point for the religious and cultural development of the area. The famous abbey Romanesque nave and wooden trussed roof, are the residences of the monks and the grancia. Two stones on the outside (under the windows of the church) the faithful knelt to not disturb the religious functions of the monks. Value of the medallions decorating the interior walls, a picture of Our Lady of the Rosary (patron saint of the parish), a beautiful eighteenth century style furniture and a crucifix. Over all, the altar m Ceramic Furnace Bandoni, the oldest industrial settlement of Treia. Erected in Vicar Curated in 1920, the church was formed parish full legal title in 1945 at the time of donation from pariah of Prince Caio Giustiniani Bandini.
Treia - Environment and nature
Treia has always been literally immersed in the green. Its Roverella Passo of Treia, which has about 400 centuries years old, has forcedly lent his secular hair at the retreating German troops who, during the Second World War, they used it to camouflage the vehicles. The gentle hills on which it stands and those that surround it are rich oases with streams and springs which are in use in the ancient sources. Lush fields Mediterranean vegetation on the slopes of the mountains, thematic and Franciscan path, just look little further , than the sea. In many farms are renewed food traditions.
Were recovered paths, trails, slopes that can be covered on foot, horseback, mountain bike to reach a villa, a monastery, a fortress, and the houses of land, buildings whose walls are made of clay, used alone or mixed the straw using one of the oldest technique known by man.
Treia - The Church of St. Francesco
At the end of the twelfth century the Franciscans, increased significantly in number, settled in a church inside the walls of Montecchio that, after having equipped the monastery in 1300 dedicated to St Francesco of Assisi. Between the end of the seventeenth century and the first half of the eighteenth century, the church and convent were radically restructured under the guidance of the architect Giovanni Battista Rusca Lugano, here and there you can still see remains of the original Gothic structure. The Costanzo Alberti from Macerata decorated the apse, while the frescoes of the rest of the temple are of Treia Pasquale Ciaramponi. The altarpiece of the Main Altar is by Malpiedi from San Ginesio in the date of 1601. The Minor Friars Conventual have officiated this church until January 24, 1966. It is now in the care of a diocesan priest, while the ancient convent, until a few years ago, has been the site of the Professional Institute of the State.
Treia - Franciscan Monastery
The roots of the cult of the Franciscan and Lauretano in Treia are ancient. A circumstance certainly favored by the presence of Franciscan charismatic as the Blessed Pietro from Treia and Ilario Altobelli, and by the fact that the territory Treia was a real center of the world both during the Roman period and Christian thanks to the presence of a temple dedicated to Isis first and position relative to Settempedana then. Thanks to Settempedana, the way of faith often traveled by St. Francis himself, the Franciscan has been a reference point for the entire territory marcamontana. No wonder then that, from the monasteries that have succeeded in the historical center, the Franciscans treiesi were called in 1671 by the local community to act as guardians of the imposing shrine that had been built on the ancient church. In the cloister, the testimony of this strong bond date XVII-XVIII century, where it was enriched on several occasions by an interesting series of paintings on the life of the Poverello of Assisi.
Treia - Men
Multiform talents those treiesi, not always nameable in the history of Italian culture in a single sector. Among the many in the context of the theology of "frontier" stand out the names of Blessed Peter from Treia and Don Pomponio Rustic (follower of Giordano Bruno and how he burned at the stake). The literature has been fertile ground for Julius Acquaticci (prolific author of the seventeenth century) and Dolores Prato while astronomy and mathematics owe much to Ilario Altobelli. Among archaeological research, historiography, artistic and scientific moved Fortunato Benigni (archetype of the erudite patriot Marche region), Luigi Lanzi (author of the first history critics of Italian art and the current system of the Uffizi Gallery) and Julius Acquaticci, noted Dante scholar. Sui generis relationship with the culture of Charles Didimi, patriot and sporting whit fame clear that inspired Giacomo Leopardi one of its five songs civilians.