This post is more about images than words. We are indeed in a little, we can say tiny village, of barely 150 inhabitants, Braccano. So, why do we focus on the images you could ask. The images are the murals that made this village famous. In the past it was Matelica the main reason to drive around this area but from 2001 Braccano has gained some fame.
You should just have a stroll around to spot them: laundry hung on a house, a woman looking out of a window: every murals is unique and realized by students from the art academies of Brera (Milan), Macerata and even foreign artists.
If you’re planning to visit Matelica stop by in Braccano: not only murals, but also guided walks in the nature!