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Cisternone, Albano Laziale

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  • Imposing structure of the Romans, even though the duration of the visit is brief advice to inspect it. You can understand the level of Roman hydraulic engineering.
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  • We drove around for 3 days in the castelli romani, and we wanted to see him. Very interesting and impressive, think that was built by the Romans. and thanks to the keeper that after our call for information even though it was not opening hours (it was the 1/6/17 and 16) and arrived in no time. It was very helpful. Pity the non presence of water that we hope you come back after the restoration.
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  • During the tour of the castles we looked at this monument indicating the greatness of the Romans and the work they have done, it is one of the largest wells still in use but the water is not drinkable.
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  • Those who have visited the Basilica Cistern in Istanbul it may be well aware of what we're talking about. Well this Cistern is even older. An example of how our beautiful land has to be told in all respects, historical and engineering. Unfortunately it is not valued as that of Istanbul. They explained that the plans for a footbridge there are from 20 years ago, but the policy of the city of Albano apparently is not aware of that great treasure can boast. I invite everyone to visit, not all Nations can enjoy treasures still in operation of ERAs so ancient.
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  • Archaeological treasure to visit! Beautiful and sadly undervalued.
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