Shrine of Minerva
This is the house which is the closest to nature to guarantee the freshness of your rest. A very comfortable historical apartment for lovers, families,
companionships with four people, where you can refresh yourself in separate bathrooms after long walks and picnics.
The living room-kitchen-dining room triangle is a great place to sit together to dine or talk near the fireplace. At the end of the day we can rest our heads in
its intimate bedrooms.
When the weather is good you can admire the view of the emblematic, torn-towers of the iconic sight of the Chapel of Sitke and the beautiful pictorial sight of the nearby hills.
This house is free of smoking and television!
Interesting in this shrine its beamed ceiling. The furniture in the kitchen is made of salvaged red pine logs over hundreds of years of age. These ancient logs are the frames of interior doors as well. The bathroom is also has its interesting details.
Wide open parking lot, a barbecue place hiding amongst the roman ruins and lush vegetation surrounds the shrines on 2000 square meters.
Minerva, daughter of Jupiter, the protector of creative work - both intellectual and physical, protector of handcrafters and industry, but besides of that she is the goddess of war and the cures. She was most respected in the ancient Roman Empire, where she is one triads of the gods with Jupiter and Juno. The birth of Minerva is also very interesting: she was born by thunder of lightning, jumping out of her fathers head in full armor. She protected the cities, handymen, artist, sailing. She was the patroness of truth and the ones fighting for it.She is the protector of the Roman Empire alongside with Jupiter and Juno. She is the most favoured child of Jupiter, her sacred animal is the owl.
She is celebrated on the 19th of March (quinquatrus), mostly by craftsmen. On this day, rusty weapons were traditionally cleaned, and her hunble servants gathered the tuition fee.