Vallepietra is a municipality in the province of Rome in the Italian region Latium, located about 305 inhabitants ( 31 December 2012). It is located 89 km east of Rome.


Vallepietra is the easternmost municipality of the province of Rome and borders the provinces of Frosinone and L' Aquila. It is located in the Regional Park of Monti Siumbrini, a promontory of Abruzzo in the valley of Simbrivio, a tributary of the Aniene. Vallepietra is a member of the Comunità Montana Valle Aniene.


Source: ISTAT


Francesco Palmieri ( Bürgerliste la Plaza) was elected in June 2009 for the mayor. He solved Giorgio Teatini from (since 2004), who did not run.

Shrine of the Holy Trinity

Vallepietra is known primarily for the June annual pilgrimage to the Shrine of the Most Holy Trinity. The sanctuary is a rock church from the 5th century to 1337 m altitude. In it, a fresco from the 12th century is revered showing the Trinity as three identical persons. This style was banned at the Council of Trent, however, was preserved in this remote church.