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Rovine Canale Monterano, Canale Monterano

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  • Very interesting site to see, in our opinion, preferably during the week and not on weekends. Especially coming early in the morning, in absolute solitude, the effect of immersion in the story is truly remarkable. As an alternative to the longer path described by others, you can opt for another access with free parking (parking lot "Casale Lost") just 500 meters from the site. To get there you must travel via Casalini which then becomes Ancient Monterano road; the road is narrow, winding and somewhat slightly but still safe.
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  • Saturday with friends. From Rome is near, about an hour's journey. You park near the village, then walk it forward along a path in the Woods (beautiful), it goes next to a waterfall and you end up in a solfatara. Then there is a road that leads to the ruins that are worth to visit. Then you return to the same road; about two and a half hours really interesting.
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  • On a tufaceous Hill are the ruins of ancient Monterano, inhabited since the early centuries of the Roman Empire, past noble families, including the Papal States. The State of disrepair that the place suffers from decades and crumbling buildings give a surreal atmosphere to the entire territory that seems to survive quietly over time. See also small solfataras accessible via a side path of the Hill.
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