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Villa Romana, Porto Venere
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Villa Romana is located in Porto Venere. Use our Porto Venere vacation generator to add Villa Romana and other attractions to your Porto Venere vacation plans.
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Molto interessante questo insediamento che comprende villa padronale, azienda agricola con pietre e giare giganti per la raccolta dell olio, peccato l affaccio originale sul mare sia ora occupato da c... read more »Very interesting this settlement which includes the villa, farm with stones and giant oil collection jars, original facing the sea l Sin now occupied by army sheds. The tank contained 700000 litres of water used for crops, the House, sold to the ships.show original
È molto gradevole la visita a questa villa romana, con ambienti molto interessanti (la cisterna, il frantoio, le vasche per le terme, l'antico approdo al mare per esempio) e pavimentazioni ben conserv... read more »It is very pleasant visit to this Roman villa, with very interesting (the cistern, the crusher, the tubs for the baths, the ancient port to the sea for example) and floors well preserved, and very impressive imagine centuries ago has direct access to the sea. The guide told us it did understand with great simplicity and kindness of the villa and the life that took place around. We hope that plans to open a small museum on the site in order to expose various finds to happen because it would give more value to the visitor.show original
Bella e interessante la villa romana del Varignano, nel borgo delle Grazie, Comune di Portovenere. Aperta, in estate, dalle 13.00 alle 19.00 (purtroppo sulla pagina Facebook gli orari non sono aggiorn... read more »Beautiful and interesting villa romana del Varignano, in borgo delle Grazie, Portovenere. Open, in summer, from 13.00 to 19.00 (unfortunately on the Facebook page the schedules are not up to date) and in winter in the morning. Helpful, courteous and prepared the caretaker. Shame about the neglect: tall grass, the absence of reports, mosaics awaiting restoration for decades covered by beach towels. I think that should be exploited better and more! I urge people to visit it to be known. I attach the photo evidence of carelessness, but I highly recommend a visit.show original
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