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An exceptional work of hydraulic engineering, it dates back to the second half of the 3rd century B.C., testifying to the advanced degree of civilization reached by the Etruscans at the time. The size of the well, unusual compared to the water...more
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amazing document of the advanced water managing techniques of the etruschi civilization that preceded the romans: you can guess that the romans that brought water managing to a new level, learned a lot from those predecessors. very nice gift shop.
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This well is probably a unique masterpiece of engineering considering that it dates back to around 300BC and the structure still stands two thousand years on!! You can visit the well below the ground and it is a must if you're into history and culture....More
Pozzo Etrusco is unlike any other attraction I’ve visited - the engineering is truly incredible to learn about. Don’t expect a lot of bells and whistles from the museum, it is simple but includes an informational video with a walkway and stairs down to the...More
Part of the well from is visible in the street in the city center. The most important part of this s historical structure is deep below ground. Constructing system for pumping water is proof of Etruscan skill. Worth seeing it.
This is worth a visit to see the ambition of the Etruscans in constructing a well. The huge slabs of travertine rock at the top of the well, and just the width and depth, constructed before Roman times... this was amazing to come and see....More
With our city card we left our visit to a Monday as many places close on mondays. We weren’t disappointed. The film in Italian with English subtitles set the scene perfectly with a description of how the well came to be built 3000 years ago...More