Grottaminarda, (Avellino)
Grottaminarda is a town and comune in the province of Avellino (Campania), situated 80 kilometres (50 mi) northeast of Naples, in the southwest of Italy. The population is about 8,400 inhabitants. HistoryThis charming town is rich of art and history. Located at the intersection of important trade routes Regio Tratturo that has rendered the passage from the Tyrrhenian to the Adriatic shoreline easy. Since its origins the economy of the village was tied to the commerce with the populations of passage.EconomyToday, Grottaminarda's vibrant industrial district provides jobs for workers commuting from nearby cities. Many small and medium farms are present as well. A large market, including vendors of fruit, vegetables, cheese, salami and a wide variety of household items is held every Monday. It is worthwhile to get there early as the market stall holders tend to pack up from around noon.Main sightsPlaces of interest are the churches of S. Maria Maggiore, Santuario di Carpignano and San Michele, and many ancient monuments.Grottaminarda is the mother town of Carpignano, where the Santuario di Carpignano is located (a grand church).Local tastesTypical products of this place are torrone and salami, many different from the same products that you can find in other places.External linksComune di Grottaminarda

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