Area Archeologica di Libarna, Serravalle Scrivia

(4.3/5 based on 50+ reviews on the web)
Area Archeologica di Libarna is located in Serravalle Scrivia. Add Area Archeologica di Libarna to your Serravalle Scrivia travel itinerary, and discover new vacation ideas by using our Serravalle Scrivia trip itinerary planner.
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Reviews
TripAdvisor
  • pity that the remains of the settlement are very few. You can give an account of the structure of the site but the buildings are all gone and remain are the perimeters of the houses. It's quite a disappointment accentuated by wicked decisions of bygone to pass two railway lines right in the middle of the site.
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  • recently visited this archaeological area Sin via tuttto abandoned and in very bad condition would otherwise be a very interesting archaeological site
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  • Interesting little-known archaeological site, yet the ancient Libarna was an important Roman city, Center of Commerce and transit route. The area is quite large and well organized, has columns that describe the archaeological remains. The staff is friendly and welcoming. You can visit the site accompanied by a passionate archaeologist who can tell as life in the ancient city struggles of gladiators, wagons, Roman villas and plays. To visit and advise.
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Google
  • Worth visiting. Beautiful Roman city that remains Theatre, amphitheatre and some home and road. Useful app.
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  • A truly remarkable place, which in other countries would deserve a detour of hundreds of kilometres. Also useful mobile app.
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  • a marvel to be discovered and visited. A very important archaeological site. Worth visiting
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  • very interesting site to understand how was the region in Roman times.
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