An integral part of the architecture within Civita are the diverse examples of stonework, statues and reliefs incorporated into the structures. Many of these have been re-purposed over the eras of cultures. For example, Etruscan stonework was used within the walls of what is now Chiesa San Donato, the Roman Catholic church. Others are remnants left over from construction in the Medieval and Renaissance eras. A few are newer.
This gallery contains forty images of stonework, statues and reliefs in Civita. Each is numbered. The final image in the gallery is a map indicating where each can be located.
© Ed Ruttledge Photographs