ITINERARY 2 (pag. 2)
So we arrive in front of the old spinning mill characterized by an eighteenth century stone stairway and a beautiful carved volute.
Going ahead along St. Antuono Street we can see on the right a great lodge formed by ten arches and the great stone portal of Berrilli’s palace. It was donated to the “S.S. Redentore” confraternity of Materdomini by Father Francesco Maria Margotta from Calitri, then bought in 1749 by three brothers, Canio, Francesco and Giovanni Berrilli (the latter was a priest).
St. Gerardo Maiella was part of the confraternity from 1726 (it was founded in same year by Saint Alfonso .Maria .De’ Liguori) ..and .he

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Sevenhundrest stair
 
     

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Berrilli's Palace
portal
 
Berrilli's Palace
 
       

often came to Calitri with Father Margotta.
Tradition says that just during one of his visit, hosted by Berrilli family, he worked some miracles.
For this reasons a XIX century statue of the Saint is situated in the not far Church of St. Antonio Abate, protector of animals and revered in Calitri that was (an still is) an agricultural town.
So we arrive to the little church dedicated to St. Antonio Abate, one of the oldest church of Calitri.
It was built close to the castle and during the centuries has had many restorations because of a succession of earthquakes.

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Church of
S. Antuono