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    Cerveteri and Etruscan Sites

    necropolis of Cerveteri

    necropolis of Cerveteri

    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.It covers 400 hectares and the section reserved for visitors is of 10 hectares with nearly 400 burial mounds.
    Some of the tombs are monumental, cut in rock and topped by impressive tumuli.Others are built in the shape of houses, some include reliefs or contain murals.

    North of Rome many other sites of the civilization that preceded the Romans are also found: Tarquinia, Vulci, Norchia…

     

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    Villa Adriana: 41.941792, 12.775708
    Villa d\'Este: 41.962565, 12.796272
    Ostia Antica: 41.757611, 12.296190
    Cerveteri: 42.005938, 12.100925
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    Villa Adriana
    Villa Adriana
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    Villa Adriana, Tivoli, Provincia de Roma, Italia
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    Villa d'Este
    Villa d'Este
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    Villa D'Este, Tivoli, RM, Italia
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    Ostia Antica
    Ostia Antica
    Ostia Antica, RM, Italia
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    Cerveteri
    Nécropoles étrusques
    Cerveteri

    Cerveteri, RM, Italia

     

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