Sulmona is full of interesting little architectural details. Take our walking quiz and see how many you can spot!

 
This is a walking quiz in Sulmona’s historic centre – suitable for all members of the family – entitled ‘Sulmona’s hidden corners’. Start at the Duomo (the Cathedral of San Panfilo) at the Northern end of   the ‘Villa Comunale’ (the city gardens) and follow a straight line through the park right up to Piazza Garibaldi. Along the way you will spot 9 different architectural details in the various ‘angoli nascosti’ and for each one there is a different question to answer.

The answers are available as a separate download here. You can print it off and take it with you or, if you are inclined to cheat, wait until later.

Have fun!

 

1 What is immediately to the left of this engraving?

Hidden Corners of Sulmona Walking Quiz

 

2 Who is this fine gentleman?

Hidden Corners of Sulmona Walking Quiz

 

3 What can you eat here?

Hidden Corners of Sulmona Walking Quiz

 

4 What is the name of this palazzo?

Hidden Corners of Sulmona Walking Quiz

 

5 What is the name of this piazza?

Hidden Corners of Sulmona Walking Quiz

 

6 Opposite whose statue is this small grouping?

Hidden Corners of Sulmona Walking Quiz

 

7  When did this business first open? 

Hidden Corners of Sulmona Walking Quiz

 

8 How many angels are there here?

Hidden Corners of Sulmona Walking Quiz

 

9 How many steps are there here?

Hidden Corners of Sulmona Walking Quiz

 

Credits: Wikipedia, visit-sulmona.it. With thanks also to both Prof. Raffaele Giannantonio and Danilo Borri for filling in the gaps…

About The Author

The WTS Team

Written and curated by bi-lingual partnership Katy Gorman and Susanna Iraci, Welcome To Sulmona is the first born and remains the best-loved child of their marketing & communications consultancy ‘Quid Novi'. They enjoy researching and creating copy for their own website alongside that of the other many guest authors. More often than not Katy is ‘words’ and Susanna ‘pictures’. Katy Gorman: Ex-pat Anglo-American, Quid Novi wordsmith, English teacher & resident of Sulmona since 2009. Susanna Iraci: Marchigiana, Quid Novi visual designer & photographer - also resident of Sulmona since 2009.

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