Camposecco is a vast plateau about 1500 meters above sea level located in the municipality of Camerata Nuova, in the Parco of Monti Simbruini. Here innumerable scenes of Italian western films have been shot, certainly about fifty or more, the most famous of which is undoubtedly They call me Trinity, directed by Enzo Barboni in 1970, with Bud Spencer and Terence Hill.
It was certainly the most pleasant step of the whole holidays (I have told the trip in this article).
I was aware of this place because it is present in many movies. I didn’t take comparative photos because I wasn’t prepared for specific movie details. So we took some pictures of the landscape. Next time we will do something better.
In any case, I also add here a few frames from They call me Trinity to give an idea of the landscape and the set.