Night excursion from the Basilica of NS of Locusantu to the hermitage of the saints Nicola and Trano, with reading and commentary on the Condaghe de Logusantu, the episcopal letter of 1519 in which tells the foundation of the sanctuaries of Luogosanto.
The archaeological and religious site
The small church of San Trano, built between rocks sculpted by the mistral and twisted and grazed olive trees by goats, is able to give the pilgrim or the simple visitor an atmosphere of authentic meditation. The oral tradition, supported by a bishop's letter of 1519, states that this church was built in 1218 by two Franciscan friars in the place where in the fourth century they lived, preached and were buried the holy anchorites Trano and Nicola. The cult of the two hermits, from which the name of Luogosanto originates, still continues and is manifested in particular during the feast of the first Sunday of June, set up by a popular committee in the grove next to the hermitage.
Excursion and reading
Tuesday 4 September, starting at 9.00 pm from the Municipal Tourist Office in Piazza della Basilica, you will reach the site crossing the village of Luogosanto up to the Mariana Column and going up the short asphalted road that climbs up the hill. The route includes the return journey of 5 kilometers, with an uphill climb of 100 meters, and takes about 1 hour to complete. Among the granites and stars of San Trano, the readers of the Library of Luogosanto will read and recount the Condaghe de Logusantu, a precious document recently found in Cagliari that shows the patent letter with which the bishop of the Diocese of Civita and Ampurias, in 1519, in Sardinian and in Latin, established the importance of the sanctuaries of Our Lady of Locusantu, San Nicola and San Trano telling their foundation, which took place exactly 800 years ago.
The event is wanted and organized by the Library of Luogosanto. To participate, you must book using one of the following addresses: [email protected], Facebook: @bibliotecaluogosanto, 3126.96.36.1993.
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