Mondaino stands on a hilltop in the middle Conca valley, where fallow deer once roamed and there was a temple to Diana, goddess ofhunting and of woodland.The “hill of the deer” became a fortified village, a Malatesta stronghold on the borders of the rival Duchy of Urbino.Fortified walls and gates and a mighty fortress all bear witness to a past which is brought to life every summer in wonderfully evocative pageantry, one of the most spectacular festivals in the Seignory and indeed in Emilia-Romagna.Successive centuries too left their mark on Mondaino: an unusual circular market place, fine mansions and churches. The surrounding countryside, farm-land and Mediterranean scrub, is very green and peaceful, attractive in every season.

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