Honor the Past
Like Salem, Triora, Italy has a dark past with regard to witches. A famine spurred the witch trials and executions here during 1587 - 1589. Healers, herbalists, midwives, and many other innocent women were rounded up, tortured, and executed by the zealous Inquisition. Today, Triora embraces its ties to witchcraft. Visit the museum or Lagodégnu, a small lake outside the city said to be a place of cleansing and power. The Campomavùe fountain, thought to be a gathering place for witches once, now claims healing powers.
- Travel to Triora, Italy.