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Lucus Feroniae, Capena

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  • Good find the archeological site and the antiquarium of Lucus Feroniae! Half an hour drive from Rome, exit at Fiano Romano and in a few minutes you are already at the entrance of the site. Visit the antiquarian Board so as to best prepare for the visit of the town thanks to the many informational panels and great videos. Some of the exhibits present then are really beautiful, first on all the base finely decorated with bas-reliefs of the ludi of a mausoleum belonged to a curator of the gladiatorial games. The archaeological area never fails to surprise again. Many marbles are left on site and also some mosaics, excellently preserved. Is a Roman town different from the usual, the distinctive features and fascinating history. Congratulations also to the staff of the site. Courteous, knowledgeable and really cool! Thanks for the great experience! The only flaw is that the villa was closed, hopefully not for long.
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  • Great ... just missing where to rest. It's great to see the past narrated by characters with characters from the past videos
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  • An archaeological site worth visiting, even if much of it is still buried under Earth: are therefore visible on the Forum, the Forum baths, amphitheatre, some domus and what remains of the shrine of Feronia. The antiquarium is gorgeous: exhibits truly remarkable and the path is really well done. The site is located a few kilometers from Rome, is easily accessible by highway, is free and features indoor parking. The only flaw is that the Roman villa across the street is currently not open and nobody knows when it will be.
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  • AN AMAZING PLACE MUST SEE ... THE ARCHAEOLOGICAL REMAINS ARE REALLY WELL PRESERVED, THERE ARE FLOORS WITH ORIGINAL MOSAICS INTACT. YOU SHOULD TAKE IT ALL AND WRITE ALL A REVIEW TO MAKE IT MORE KNOWN!
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  • Interesting, well done Museum archaeological zone, passionate staff despite the few funds available.
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  • An archaeological site wide, well maintained with spas, hole, mosaics and an interesting Museum, completely refurbished. Free entry, see!
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  • for local orchestras concert events including mention that Fiano Romano and Feronia Capena
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  • Interesting site.
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