San Sostene

San Sostene, (Catanzaro) Tempo di lettura: meno di 1 minuto
San Sostene is a village and comune in the province of Catanzaro in the Calabria region of southern Italy. It is one of the smallest comuni in the province.GeographyThe town is bordered by Badolato, Brognaturo, Cardinale, Davoli, Isca sullo Ionio, Sant'Andrea Apostolo dello Ionio and Satriano.HistorySan Sostene was found through a housing estate on the beach between Pacile and Portonuovo. In the middle of the 15th century it was relocated in the actual area. First it was under rule of different families like Pignatelli, Borgia di Squillace and Revaschieri. After the earthquake of 1783 the comune was damaged seriously. Six Years later there was an earthquake again in which the today's church was destroyed and then rebuilt. The 4th May 1811 it became an independent comune. In 1917 there was built a churchyard, because there wasn't any place to bury them. In former times they were buried in the catacombs of the church.EconomyThe main site-related factors are:use of wind powercultivation of chestnutsproduction of olive oilproduction of vine for themselvesNotes and references

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