Roccapipirozzi (yellow dot) shown within the municipality of Sesto Campano (dark red) and the Province of Isernia

Location of Roccapipirozzi in Italy

Coordinates: 41°26′09.42″N 14°01′57.4″E / 41.4359500°N 14.032611°E / 41.4359500; 14.032611Coordinates: 41°26′09.42″N 14°01′57.4″E / 41.4359500°N 14.032611°E / 41.4359500; 14.032611
Country  Italy
Region  Molise
Province Isernia (IS)
Comune Sesto Campano
Elevation 437 m (1,434 ft)
Population (2009)
  Total 1,045
Demonym(s) Roccolani
Time zone CET (UTC+1)
  Summer (DST) CEST (UTC+2)
Postal code 86078
Dialing code 0865
Patron saint Saint Roch of Montpellier

Roccapipirozzi is an Italian village, hamlet (frazione) of the municipality of Sesto Campano in the Province of Isernia, Molise. As of 2009 its population was of 1,045.[1][2]


The village, founded by the refugees from Venafro, was first mentioned as Rocca Piperocii in the 13th century. The fortification and the old town are well preserved.[3]


Roccapipirozzi, located near the borders with Lazio and Campania, lies into a valley below the mounts Cesima, Calvello and Sambucaro. It is 6 km far from Sesto Campano, 5 km from Venafro, 12 from San Pietro Infine, 26 from Isernia and 24 from Cassino. Nearest villages Vallecupa and Ceppagna, part of the municipality of Venafro.

The settlement is divided into 2 sides:


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