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Ansedonia Citta Romana di Cosa, Orbetello
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Ansedonia Citta Romana di Cosa is located in Orbetello. It couldn't be easier to arrange your visit to Ansedonia Citta Romana di Cosa and many more Orbetello attractions: make an itinerary online using Inspirock's Orbetello holiday planner.
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The place is only of real interest if you have an interested in archaeology. The remains of the Roman town are located on top of a hill, very close to the sea. The most outstanding remains are the cit... read more »
Abbiamo visitato il sito archeologico una sera di Agosto e nonostante stavano per chiudere abbiamo incontrato una guida, Graziano, che con calma e entusiasmo ci ha mostrato questo piccolo gioiello, da... read more »We visited the archaeological site one evening in August and although they were about to close we met a guide, Graziano, who calmly and enthusiasm showed us this gem, also giving us some advice for other visits. Is an interesting site in lovely setting to visit with guide unfortunately is a bit neglected because in Italy always miss the funds but worth the money.show original
Abbiamo visitato la città romana di Cosa a fine agosto, sotto un sole cocente...ma ne è valsa la pena! Purtroppo questi scavi archeologici sono poco pubblicizzati e valorizzati, come spesso accade in ... read more »We visited the Roman city of Cosa in late August, under a Sun cocente...ma it was worth it! Unfortunately these excavations are poorly publicized and promoted, as often happens in Italy! The entrance to the archaeological site is free to the Museum costs € 2, but I would have been happy to pay 10 € to finance the enhancement of this place! My vote is not so much for the place as it is now, but for how it could be having regard to its potential! Walking through the ruins on the Hill you also enjoys beautiful views over the lagoon of Orbetello, Argentario and the Lake of Burano.show original
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