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Le Necropoli Etrusche di Cerveteri e Tarquinia (Roma, Viterbo - Lazio): uniche straordinarie testimonianze della vita quotidiana, delle cerimonie, della mitologia e delle capacità artistiche del popolo etrusco. //////////// The Etruscan Necropolises of Cerveteri and Tarquinia (Rome, Viterbo - Latium): singular and extraordinary testaments to Etruscan quotidian life, as well as their ceremonies, mythology and even their artistic capacities.

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Castello di Bolsena

The Castle of Bolsena, Viterbo #lazio #landscape #italy #italia #rome #roma #viterbo #latium #bolsena #civita_bagnoregio #bagnoregio #montefiascone

Città del Vaticano e le proprietà extraterritoriali della Santa Sede nella città di Roma e San Paolo fuori le Mura * - dal 1990 Patrimonio Unesco

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Caprarola

Caprarola, Palazzo Farnese, Viterbo #lazio #landscape #italy #italia #rome #roma #viterbo #latium #bolsena #civita_bagnoregio #bagnoregio #montefiascone #caprarola

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Lungolago Capodimonte

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Caprarola

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Teatro Marittimo, Villa Adriana. Tivoli, Lazio, Italy Uno dei monumenti più noti e rappresentati di Villa Adriana ed è divenuto uno dei simboli dell’impianto architettonico dell’intero complesso residenziale. L’isola era accessibile attraverso due strutture girevoli in legno e la sensazione, ancora oggi, è quella di trovarsi in un luogo nel quale potersi ritirare per svolgere in tranquillità le proprie attività...

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Subterranean Rome - Visit to the Catacombs of San Callisto The Catacombs of San Callisto are located in Rome, amidst the splendid and bucolic scenery of the Appia Antica (Ancient Appian Way). Built sometime between 250 and 300 A.D., the Catacombs of San Callisto (St. Callixtus) hold the graves of 500,000 Christians, including dozens of martyrs and 16 pontiffs. These galleries occupy a total of 15 hectares and count almost 20 km (12.4 mi) of underground passageways 20 m (66 ft) deep.

Lake Bracciano - Orsini-Odescalchi Castle The clear waters of the Lake Bracciano are surrounded by lush vegetation and bear witness to centuries of history and art. There are three towns that stand on the shores of the lake: Bracciano itself, where there is an imposing 16th century castle housing a myriad of splendid works-of-art, Trevignano Romano, dominated by the ruins of the Rocca degli Orsini, and the Renaissance town of Anguillara Sabazia.

The Key Hole of the Aventino hill - Rome A pleasant surprise awaits you in Piazza dei Cavalieri di Malta at the top of the Aventino hill. Just after the Orange Grove (Giardini degli Aranci), the key hole in the gate of the Priorate of the Knights of Malta offers a magnificent furtive peep straight onto St. Peter’s itself. Through this famous keyhole a stunning view may be enjoyed of the Basilica with two rows of the garden’s trees in the foreground providing a natural frame.

Caracalla Thermal Baths - Rome The thermal baths, inaugurated in 217, were built by Caracalla and finished by the emperors Heliogabalus and Alexander Severus. Then, after the siege of the Goths in the 6th century, the Antoninus aqueduct, which carried the water to the thermal bath, was cut, and the structure could not be used anymore. The inside was divided into many rooms, circular exedra and terraces, could contain up to 1,600 people.