In front of Gattinara, which looks down on it from the opposite bank of the Sesia river, the municipality of Romagnano boasts an exceptional geographical position: in the province of Novara and bordering on Vercelli’s one, it is at the gateways to Bassa Valsesia and just a few kilometres from Biella, Lake Orta and Maggiore. As every borderland, the area has been subject to valuable political, religious and artistic-cultural influences throughout centuries. Indeed, Romagnano Sesia jealously guards important monuments, including the "Cantina dei Santi", which belonged to the lost Benedictine abbey of San Silvano, the imposing Palazzo della Ragione and the monumental Villa Caccia, now home to the Museo Storico Etnografico della Bassa Valsesia. The unique atmosphere of the place is crowned by two ancient folkloristic events. Firstly, the Sacred Representation of Good Friday, which transforms the village into a Jerusalem’s representation and involves the community in the dramatic representation of Calvary. Secondly, the Historical Representation of the Epiphany and its unique four Wise Men. Having a house in Romagano means being able to enjoy the tranquillity of the Novara hills with all comfort, a stone's throw away from the rest of Piedmont.