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Porano’s Origins

February 10th, 2013

Porano is a beautiful town situated on a hill 444 m above sea level, bordering the territory of Orvieto and Lazio, and its location is so strategic that it has been a popular destination since ancient times.
The term Poranum – as can be inferred from the suffix – is of latin origin, and should derive from the Latin “porro”, which means “outpost”, and that is why the area was often the scene of fierce clashes. The first historical records that indicate it as Villa dates back to the twelfth century, the first document appointing it instead as castrum is from the fourteenth century.


June 28th, 2012

the City of Porano is twinned since 1976 with the Municipality of French Caudrot. The reports were created by the emigration of some local families in the area of Bordeaux, and were built and maintained on the basis of the common tradition of vine and wine.

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