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Parco Archeologico Carbonara, Aquilonia
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  • Have traveled in this area for over 40 years but never before visited. A very interesting site, with deep and significant history in southern Italy. Called a modern Pompeii, the village was abandoned ...  more »
  • After a few metres you forget to be in 2016 and you find yourself in July 1930! Still and suspended destroyed and charming Carbonara, or maybe just his mark, give us an eternal imagines of Aquilonia.
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  • On vacation in the beautiful village of Aquilonia, on the advice of the locals went to visit this Archaeological Park located just outside the village. We were amazed by the beauty of the place. The Park leave perfectly imagine how was the old village destroyed by an earthquake in 1930 and rebuilt two kilometres away. Looks like a modern Pompeii. Many explanatory tables that guide along the way, remains of houses, palaces, churches, streets, squares. Really very impressive. Wonderful view of the surrounding Valley. Free tour. If you find yourself in the neighborhood don't have to lose it. Place that would certainly be enhanced and promoted more. Super recommended!
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  • An important archaeological site perhaps not very well known, I recommend everyone to visit it.
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  • To the grandeur of the remains and the memory of the 1931 earthquake, that clearly document the consequent upsets in individual and social life:-)
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