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When in Spoleto go up to La Rocca first and work your way down from there. You can pay one Euro more for admission and get a multi pass good for five other churches and museums. Casa Romana is one of those included. Amazing mosaic...More
The Roman House is a fine example of the noble residence that was typical for the Roman Empire in the first century. The excavation was supervised by Giuseppe Sordini, a local archeologist, at the end of the 19th century. The house was located near the...More
Lovely place to visit. The mosaic flooring is amazing and although only a small museum it is worth the 3 euro entrance fee to see such good examples. My only comment would be to remove the 'modern art' that is placed on each floor. I...More
We almost missed this underground roman villa but stumbled upon it whilst waiting for another site to open. Whilst it is small if you love history and all things roman then it’s worth popping in and taking a look around. It certainly has one of...More
A fascinating insight into how a Roman house looked in the first century AD. oddly, though, it doesn't feature in many guide books on Spoleto.
The frescoes and, in particular, floor mosaics are superb, the latter being quite intact for the most part. In the...More
The town of Spoleto has so many hidden treasures to find and this is one of them. The town is very close and walkable (there are detailed directions for tourist to follow). The Roman house is nicely restored and maintained. The intricate tile floors are...More