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The city is one of my favorites in this part of Umbria, with a long history that goes back to the 7th century BC when the first settlement was founded. Beside its long and interesting history that can be seeing in many details, buildings and...More
In May we stayed in Terni to use as a base for visiting, Cascata delle Marmore and Parco dei Mostri di Bomarzo and found so much more than a base.
Terni has potential but it looks neglected, more than likely through lack of funds. Fontana...More
It's really hard reading these varied reviews. I can only think that many people just don't explore enough. I go to Terni every time I come to Acquasparta which is a short train ride away. I always find something different - just turn off the...More
The 12,000 ton press used by the Terni steelworks now on the station's square, in memory.
The Government's Palace, headquarters of Prefect and the Province of Terni, built in 1936 during Fascism
Square Cornelius Tacitus, the historian, Latin in Terni was born (the city formerly...More
Since Terni was an important city during WW2, it suffered a lot of damage from bombs. Now a days you can't see any of the destruction as it has all been restored. We loved strolling along the narrow streets, enjoying the old houses. Some even...More