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Cisternone Romano, Formia

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  • The cistern is, as the name suggests, a large cistern dating from the Imperial period of Rome that was attended to and made available to the public from relatively recent era. It is located in the heart of the village of Formia. Is an in-ground hydraulic work characterized by masonry so impressive to hold above if a myriad of houses and narrow streets. It is the second largest in Italy of its kind. and can be visited after about 20 centuries of neglect and oblivion during which had become a mass of debris. It is very impressive and is called the underground basilica.
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  • Fascinating experience in places and historic structures built by the Romans. The whole thing with a performance of sax with the musicians of Formia Jazz Flirtations.
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  • I've been visiting this site, rare and well preserved, having visited the most famous located in Istanbul. I have to say it was a wonderful surprise to welcome what concerns the extent of the archaeological site as precisely preserved albeit dating from the ac while the Turkish one dates back to the 4th dc. The site can be visited thanks to a floating platform which makes it that much more impressive. Excellent!
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  • Ottimo reperto archeologico. Meraviglioso
  • A 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.
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  • The 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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  • Beautiful site for those who love history very cheap entry
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  • An unforgettable experience at an affordable price with guide included
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