Farnese

Farnese is a typical medieval village perched on a volcanic outcrop to the West of the Lake of Bolsena on the border with Tuscany, not far from the Tyrrhenian coast, to 343 metres above sea level.
Farnese is a typical medieval village perched on a volcanic outcrop to the West of the Lake of Bolsena on the border with Tuscany, not far from the Tyrrhenian coast, to 343 metres above sea level.
The rock on which stands the historic centre of Farnese, as demonstrated by various found objects, has been inhabited since the late bronze age, but we must reach back to the middle ages to have written documents. Urban plans have fostered a chaotic expansion, with massive escapes from the old country.