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Porto di Traiano, Fiumicino
(4.3/5 based on 110 reviews on the web)
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  • It's a cute place to walk around but I think it's too dirty because fishermen leave their nets for land and various other things. Also for children is dangerous because there is no protection!
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  • It is a walk along a canal that goes to the sea there is nothing to do is just to get some fresh air and see the sea
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  • It's a very quiet place so if you are in this area, you can walk relaxed, take nice photos and learn about the traditions of the esa area. It is not very touristic, since most are by there step.
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  • Very extensive, well kept inside contemporary art exhibitions
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  • A magnificent place!
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  • On one occasion for business purposes.
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  • Amazing architecture!
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  • I have been many times to visit the excavations of "Portus", but the real passion for archaeology was born since I started attending an online course called "Portus Project" conducted by prof. Simon Keay English University of Southampton. Non e ' mai troppo tardi even over 70th. "they say that culture with the capital c does not create jobs".
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