What is now called the clock tower is actually what remains of the bell tower of the church of San Lorenzo destroyed by the earthquake of 1857. It is currently a municipal property, on it there are the clock and an alarm siren used. during the bombings of the Second World War, which still marksthe rhythm of the day by ringing at 8 am, at noon, at lunchtime, and at five in the afternoon to call the farmers from the fields.

From the top of the tower, accessible through a recently inserted spiral staircase, you can fullyenjoy the view of the entire medieval village and a much wider panorama that ranges from the Murge di Sant’Oronzo, gateway to the National Park of Lagonegrese Lucan Apennines, up to the Raparo massif.



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