It's the Olive of Sant'Emiliano,
tied up to the stories of the first bishop of Trevi and his martyrdom.
In the year 304 A.C. the bishop Emiliano was tied to a young plant of olive and
beheaded. The plant of which speaks an ancient code of the IX century, is still
long alive and flourishing, and is visible at Bovara. The ancient olive
of over 1700 years, is a true arboreal monument, and the is considered the
oldest of Umbria, censured, listed and protected.
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