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lungotevere Castello, 50 (Cerveteri)
Located into the mediaeval Rocca, donated by the Ruspoli princes, Museo displays along a chronological sequence the different cultural phases of the cerite area. The collection gathers archaeological exhibits and Sorbo, funeral equipments of the Bufolareccia and Cataletti.
piazza della Cortina, 1 (Palestrina)
The famous ancient temple, erected in the 2nd century AD, develops on six artificial terraces connected by majestic flights of steps, creating a monumental and imposing work. The Museo Prenestino, located into the Palazzo Colonna Barberini, testifies the cultural environment of the city, the cult of the fortune divinity, the sanctuaries history and the classical sculpture as the "Triade Capitolina" and the famous polychrome mosaic portraying the Nile flooding.
piazza Indipendenza (Zagarolo)
The 17 rooms located into the Palazzo Rospigliosi are devoted to explain the evolution of toys (about 800) along the 20th century, with a particular focus on relations between toy and cultural and social environment.
piazzale della Necropoli (Cerveteri)
An extremely striking archaeological site due to the magnificent tombs and its decorations showing scenes of daily rural life. Greatly interesting Tomba dei Rilievi, dei Sarcofagi e degli animali dipinti.
piazza di Corte, 14 (Ariccia)
The old, late sixteenth-century, Palace, reconstructed by Bernini, is a unique example of Baroque residence whose furbishing remained basically unaltered. It was the principal residence of the Chigi family and houses an important collection of paintings, sculptures and furnishing predominantly dating back to 17th century.
piazza Marconi, 6 (Frascati)
The complex houses archaeological exhibits ranging from proto-history to mediaeval times recovered in the excavation sites of Tuscolo and Frascati. In the historical-artistic section, there are scale models of the "Ville Tuscolane" built between 15th and the 17th century.
largo Marguerite Yourcenar, 51 (Tivoli)
Included by UNESCO in the World Heritage List in 1999, the magnificent villa was built by emperor Adriano as his imperial residence in the 2nd century AD. It turns out as one of the most striking archaeological site in Italy thanks to the extraordinary extent and the level of architectural ability.
piazza Trento, 1 (Tivoli)
Included by UNESCO in the World Heritage List and ordered by the cardinal Ippolito II D'Este, Villa D'Este is a masterpiece of the Italian Garden, much-copied model for European gardens in the mannerist and baroque styles.
largo Sant'Angelo/ piazza del Tempio di Vesta (Tivoli)
The striking park, ordered by Pope Gregorio XVI in 1835, was erected near to the acropolis, overtopped by two temples (3rd and 2nd century A.D). Situated by the side of Villa Gregoriana the old Aniene river stands, shows exceptional archaeological and natural elements like the "Grande Cascata" grottos and scenic sites.