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As you wander around Grado you will surely stumble on this site. It is well preserved and very interesting, although as in much of Italy, there is not much information or interpretation available. While you cannot walk upon or touch the ruins, the observation areas...More
Am an archaeologist of the period so am biased but this is an important site that is well presented with a good info board with nice plan to understand what you're seeing. Wonderful mosaics and evocative remains.
Interesting site. The outline of the church building is easy to make out. On the floor are a few areas of mosaic floors, and thanks to the wooden bridges you can get good views of the distinct parts of the basilica. I couldn't find any...More
On our walk to see a fort we happened up these ruins. Preserved in situ it showed the design and placement of the former rulers encampment. It had been covered and was exposed and showed the layers of habitation for the city of Grado and...More
This was an interesting bit of the historical city to see as you walk around Grado city centre. Do check it out at night when the lights come into play..there's also nearby fountain/water feature which gives it a nice romantic feel at night.