Abbazia di Santa Maria in Falleri, Fabrica di Roma

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  • We passed through the gate of Jupiter, we walked the Avenue leading to the Abbey and were greeted by a pack of oafs, unfortunately we did not know that you had to book the visit and found it closed the Abbey, we then wandered around and around the Abbey, the place is very quiet and out of time, there are walkways that lead to almost abandoned excavations , you can see the walls of the old town, there are few signs with descriptions, so you have to make do but worth the visit
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  • I returned here after 20 years and I have found the same irriferibile enchantment. Unfortunately, the Abbey was closed but this was repaid by walk in the beautiful surrounding area enclosed by ancient walls and is made of grass and ruins surfacing here and there. More than half of it is still privately owned (there is a dispute that has been going on for decades), which prevents it from being investigated and dug as should be done: under there lie the remains of a whole Roman city, of which there are only a few stones, a small amphitheatre (unreachable) and one outside the city walls. The visit to the site would be worth a trip from Rome, even if there were cultural and natural attractions to visit the enchanting nearby Civita Castelalna, Caprarola, etc..
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  • Abbey of Santa Maria in Fahad inside the archaeological site of the ancient Roman city of Falerii Novi. explained beautifully by the officer of the culture that we focused detail that if visited alone don't you might notice.
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