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In 1972, a retired carabiniere bought an apartment in Civitavecchia.
During the renovation, under the plaster he discovered wall paintings that are a copy of the frescoes of the room of Heliodorus in the Vatican.
Since years, scholars have been discussing whether they are a...More
The oldest square in the city, surrounded by the typical Medieval district, is a very picturesque site with an interesting history. The old legend has it that the old sailor named Leonardo managed to convince his fellow citizens to return to the old city of...More
We went walkies and not far from where we docked, actually it's not far from the fortress, which we did not have time to see. We ended up in this piazza and we found out later that it's one of the oldest in town. In...More
I often wondered why more cities in Italy do not have this same name. Modern city planning has made an appearance in some parts of Italy but the theme of many of the older cities decorating the landscape still prevails. I came to this town...More
This old town square in the historic centre of town, is the oldest piazza in the town and a beautiful place to pause next to the medieval fountain and admire the Church of the Star - one of the oldest churches. It boasts beautiful artworks....More
This is the oldest square, in Civitavecchia and we expected a little bit more. Although, it is not the most impressive square you'll ever visit, it has a sense of autenticity that is very real and it was nice.