Veleia Romana Zona Archeologica, Lugagnano Val d'Arda

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Veleia Romana Zona Archeologica is located in Lugagnano Val d'Arda. Put Veleia Romana Zona Archeologica into our Lugagnano Val d'Arda trip itinerary builder and find out what's close by, where to stay, and where to head next.
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  • Where you least expect, in the Northern Apennines, Italy are the ruins of this ancient city. Admission € 2, (Council to enquire about opening times), continue trying to imagine how it was then, as every time you visit an archaeological site. There are information panels along the way. The area of the Forum. Roman civilization but also in how the inhabitants were part of the ancient Ligurian tribes. There is a small museum with some findings (though most will find the Museo Archeologico Nazionale di Parma) but with interesting explanations. The area is unfortunately little valued and suffers from a chronic lack of funds that there is in Italy, also there are a few directions to get there. Adjacent to the site is the Church of San Antonino with an interesting altarpiece.
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  • Roman site interesting, albeit small, but I would not say a must ... the problem is that they lack full explanations of what you see and, precisely for this reason, most people will walk past the ruins without understanding what you are seeing.
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  • Pompeii is not certain, but it is still Roman ruins partly well preserved. The entrance is free of charge, but also includes a small museum with exhibits worthy of attention. Given the geographic location (close to Mount Moriah Provincial Park), it may be worth a stop.
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  • Two euros a ticket. Nice it would be to expand
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