Magliano Romano

Magliano Romano is a municipality in the province of Rome in the Italian region Latium, located about 1465 inhabitants ( 31 December 2012). It is located 41 km north of Rome.


Magliano Romano is situated on a rocky promontory above the Valle Nocchia in the volcanic hills of the northern Lazio, with its deep valleys, east of the Sabatini Mountains.


Magliano was inhabited from the 9th and 8th centuries BC by the Faliskern. From the 7th century BC it came under the rule of Veii and from the 5th century BC under the Rome. The name Magliano was first mentioned in a bull of Pope Gregory VII in 1081, which transferred the location of the Monastery of St. Paul Outside the Walls. Under the subsequent rule of the Counts Anguillara it was destroyed in 1241 from Viterbo. From the 15th century the noble families of the Orsini Cesi, the Borromeo and Chigi be alternated in the domination of Magliano. 1911, the original name Magliano Pecorareccio was replaced by the name Magliano Romano to continue to offer ( about Magliano the shepherd ) is a distinction to other places called Magliano.


Source: ISTAT


Marcello Mancini was elected in May 2003 to the Mayor and confirmed in April 2008 in the Official.