A spaghetti-western film set during the 1960s, the tiny hamlet of San Salvatore is centred on a dusty square and surrounded by rows of minuscule terraced houses, known as cumbessias. For much of the year these simple abodes are deserted, as is the rest of the village, but in early September they're opened to house pilgrims for the Festa di San Salvatore, a nine-day celebration focused on the village's pint-sized church.
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