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devo dire che è bello da visitare, ma è spesso chiuso forse l'amministrazione Comunale dovrebbe organizzarsi meglio e pubblicizzare meglio more »I must say it is nice to visit, but is often closed maybe the City Council should be better organized and advertise better
Una cisterna anzi come dice il nome stesso un cisternone, uno dei piu' grandi dell'ex impero romano.Si trova nel borgo storico di Formia e dopo il restauro e' stato reso visitabile al pubblico che sco... more »A cistern on the contrary as the name suggests a cistern, one of the biggest of the former Roman Empire. Located in the historic village of Formia and after the restoration it was made open to the public who discovers this giant of Roman architecture a short walk from the city centre. The lady who takes care of the opening of the archaeological site kindly accompanies visitors inside the building along a corridor Gallery which allows you to appreciate all the structural features of the cisternone. Excellent example of Roman Archaeology should not be missed if you're passing through Formia. Enjoy your visit
The Roman cisterns of Formia are a large network of underground and cavernous cisterns, once used for the water supply for the Roman city that is now Formia. Perfectly preserved from the 1st century B... more »
Ottimo reperto archeologico. Meraviglioso
Massimo TagliafierroA must see and above all to be discovered. Not many know him. "Roman Cistern,": the first century. BC, is an imposing structure below ground in the medieval town of Formia area Carlson, was fed by the headwaters of the hilly area of Santa Maria la Noce to ensure the water supply of the ancient city of Formiae.
Emilio corvinoThe Roman Cistern of Carlton is a spectacular place that embodies the sense of grandiose and mythological. A Roman cistern that for many years has remained buried now opens our eyes in all its glory below the Castle Square (Piazza Sant'Anna) in the historic district of Carlton. An environment able to bewitch visitors like the Sibyl's Cave, the smell, the sound of water, the visions are all elements that capture the attention and make your visit to this unforgettable monument.
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