About this spot
Labro is a village with a typical medieval structure. The urban fabric, arranged in tiers on the hill, is made up of buildings built almost all of local stone, and preserves the crenellated walls along which there are three city gates: Porta Cavour, Porta Reatina and Porta di Piazzale Genzi. The town originated between the ninth and tenth centuries, but after the Second World War Labro suffered a severe depopulation, which endangered its survival; however, thanks to the initiative of the heirs of the Nobili Vitelleschi family, since 1968 the majority of the buildings have been restored and the village has developed a marked tourist vocation, which has allowed it to prosper until today.
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