Via Romea Germanica IX

Termeno, Italy to Salorno: Visiting medieval frescoes in the Church of San Giacomo; the long path to Salorno.

On the Road to Salorno. All photos by author.

We awoke to the sound of angels bowling in the mountains. Lightning splintered over the high peaks, and the resulting thunder smashed, ricocheted, and echoed in the canyons. On the hillside above us the bells of San Giacomo’s church tolled…

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The Peripatetic Historian: former history professor now travelling the world and writing about its history. Newsletter: http://rjgoodrich.substack.com.

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