In Pictures: Carpanzano

Today ran away from me! I seriously don’t know where it went. Instead of the usual written post, I figure I will put up a few more pictures of my home away from home. I promise I will do better with the blogging in the coming days! 🙂

Street in Carpanzano, Cosenza

Street in Carpanzano, Cosenza

Church of San Pietro, Carpanzano (interior is being restored)

That’s all for now…


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  2. jennie fire (fuocco)

    June 11, 2009 at 1:17 pm

    I have family in Carpanzano
    The family name is Fuocco
    I would love to have some photo’s of
    my family there and names.
    Also a photo of the inside of the church
    there where the family names are
    Spasoto and Fuocco
    God Bless

    Hi Jennie, Do you have Facebook? There are a few Facebook groups for Carpanzano and you will find many people on there with the last names you mentioned. Let me know what you find.

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  4. sandro

    January 6, 2009 at 4:24 pm

    if u have more pics of carpanzano to share, it would be most appreciative ..would love to see more….I miss carpanzano ….grazie tanto..ciao..sandro

    1. LuLu

      January 6, 2009 at 11:26 pm

      Hi Sandro. Do you have family in Carpanzano? When was the last time you were there? Email me at Stay tuned, I plan on posting a few more pictures of Carpanzano very soon! 🙂

  5. susan

    November 21, 2008 at 9:53 pm

    These pictures are beautiful- I love the terrazzas with flowers. I can see myself sitting on one of them enjoying una tazza di cafe…….

    I know what you mean! With the town being up so high on the mountain….the scenery is beautiful no matter where you look too! 🙂

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