Montefiascone is a municipality in the province of Viterbo, located on the south-eastern side of the Volsini Mountains chain, and is characterized by the typical Tuscia landscape. The area is rich in tuff, and is one of the major centers of wine production. Historically, it has been inhabited since the time of the Etruscans, before passing under Roman control. The historic center of Montefiascone preserves important testimonies of its past, starting with the places of worship including the Church of San Flaviano, consisting of a particular facade, where three Gothic arches stand out. Another symbol is certainly the majestic Cathedral of Santa Margherita, marked by dramatic events. The Rocca di Montefiascone or Rocca dei Papi, built in the 12th century and of great historical importance, has been damaged over time, but still maintains its majesty.