Fabriano - Marche Film tourism


Che dio ci aiuti 3 (2014) directed by Francesco Vicario and Daniela Borsese, starring Elena Sofia Ricci and Francesca Chillemi.

After being forced to leave the Modena’s convent, the Nuns move to Fabriano and Nun Angela began teaching in the high school. Azzurra, Guido and their children Davide also come to the Marche region, but this is not a happy moment for them. Moreover, there is the young Rosa, still unaware of being Notary Leonardi’s daughter and Azzurra’s sister.

The municipality of Fabriano is famous in Italy and in the world, especially because it is one of the most important industrial pole for the paper production by Cartiere Miliani Fabriano; for this reason, in 2013, Fabriano included in the UNESCO Creative Cities list presenting the Crafts and Folk Art. Fabriano is located in the Appennines between Umbria and Marche and is surrounded by mountains, including Monte Cucco and Monte San Vicino, and crossed by Giano stream. Typical architectures of Ascoli are the Oratory of Charity, Saint Francis Loggia (bult in the first half of the 1400) and the majestic Saint Venanzio Cathedral, built in the year 1000 and rebuilt in the first years of the 1600, Town Hall Square, and the medieval Podestà Palace, which one of the best example of gothic architecture of the Marche Region. In 2014, Fabriano was the set for the third season of the TV series produced by Lux Vide for Rai Fiction: Che Dio ci aiuti. The protagonist Nun Angela (Elena Sofia Ricci) wanders for the streets of Fabriano: Town hall square, the Oratory of Charity, and the old Saint Francis Loggia are clearly recognizable,  Cathedral square, and Paper Museum and Regina Margherita gardens, the Frasassi caves.


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