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Trivigno

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A town in the province of Potenza, located in a predominant position, overlooking the valley of Basento, Trivigno (formerly called "Trivinea) was a Norman fief, mentioned, for the first time, in an Anjou feudal taxation bulletin (1276-1277). In the XII century the town was ceded to Guglielmo Monaco, while in 1265 it became the residence of the Albano. It remained deserted in the XIV century and was repopulated during the domain if the Carafa in 1595.
Sites of Interest:
- the Parish Church of St Peter, with its square Bell tower and two irregular aisles. Inside it preserves an altar with Baroque wrought iron decorations and a carved wooden choir and organ of the XVIII century;
- the Church del Carmine, with its wonderful painted ceiling by an unknown artist of the XVIII century;
- the Church of St. Anthony;
- the Church of San Rocco;
- the numerous rural cavern churches.

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