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Cisterne Romane

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Do what the Romans do

Romans were actually more advanced in many respects. I wish I was born 2000 years ago. Nothing to... read more

Reviewed 4 weeks ago
lucavO2994FB
Interesting glance back in history

A really interesting looking into a Roman empire. We went (myself, boyfriend, brother, his... read more

Reviewed 24 November 2016
Rhiannon S
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4 weeks ago
“Do what the Romans do”
24 Nov 2016
“Interesting glance back in history”
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Piazza Matteotti, 75, 05022, Amelia, Italy
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Reviewed 4 weeks ago

Romans were actually more advanced in many respects. I wish I was born 2000 years ago. Nothing to add to what your eyes will see, it would be redundant

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Reviewed 24 November 2016

A really interesting looking into a Roman empire. We went (myself, boyfriend, brother, his girlfriend) for a tour after a day exploring Amelia. Brother is really into Roman history, boyfriend is an engineer and us girls like culture so were happy to go too. The...More

2  Thank Rhiannon S
Reviewed 19 October 2016

This was a tour of the Roman cisterns under the city. It was very interesting to hear about their history and walk through. The tour was a little long. It may have felt long because its in Italian and we read the English descriptions from...More

2  Thank Sally M
Reviewed 30 July 2015

Amazing engineering. Atmospheric. Incredible to think of this water supply supporting the population of Amelia in Roman times - it must've been a very busy place.

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