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    Ancient Rome

    Ostia, the Port of Rome

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    Ostia was the ancient port city of Rome at the mouth of the Tiber. Located 20 km from Rome, it’s archaeological treasures and relaxing atmosphere, are good reasons to visit.

    Sites of Ancient Rome (continued)

    Thermes de Caracalla

    After three major tourist attractions, the Pantheon, the Colosseum and the Forum, many buildings also evoke fascination with the past of the ancient capital, as the Forum Boarium wich was the river port market, the Baths of Caracalla who were the largest in the world, the Imperial Palatine hill, tens of kilometers of the Aurelian walls, the catacombs, the Appian Way or aqueducts, and many others.

    Cerveteri and Etruscan Sites

    Necropoli di Cerveteri Tumulus

    It is probably the most suggestive Etruscan site.The necropolis of Cerveteri was built between the ninth century in the Villanovan culture and the third century BC. The necropolis of Banditaccia includes thousands of graves that form a quasi-urban plan with neighborhoods and streets.