Start off visiting Penna in Teverina where you will be welcomed by the small medieval village that still preserves, almost intact, its original structure withsome towers and gates. The small village was the residence of the Orsini family who left different traces in the village; visit Palazzo Orsini, one of the main buildings of the village. On the façade you can see the ancient Orsini emblem, together with that of the Arguilara family, proving the tight links between the two families. Near the palace, there are benches called "four seasons' benches": made of travertine, they were formerly in the garden of Maerbale Orsini and are surmounted by busts depicting a young woman, an old man, a man and a boy. The four busts could be the portraits of Giulia Farnese, her son Marzio, Vicino and Maerbale Orsini. Other evidence of the family is located along the provincial road leading to the village, where at the entrance of the estate once owned by the family, but now belonging to the Marchesi del Gallo di Roccagiovine, are monumental statues called "of the Marmalocchi", allegorical figures made by Pirro Ligorio, the creator of Villa d'Este gardens. The flat-shaped rose at the base of the structure indicates the attribution to the Orsini family.