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Tempio di Giove Anxur, Terracina is on the top of the highest hill in Terracina. This is an ancient sanctuary and temple devoted to the Jupiter god. It was dedicated to archaic worship and then to a Roman worship. If you are in Terracina you...More
A place to visit for sureat Terracina. I liked the idea of the presentation movie before starting the tour of the ruins.
I think it would not be a bad idea to have a guide during the tour or at least some more information cards....More
What a fantastic place to visit! When we went in October we were the only people inside and had the place to ourselves. This place yields a remarkable panoramic view of beauty! This place is older than the Colleseum in Rome. This is a must...More
Climbing up to this archeological ruin was a challenge for the four of us at our advanced age and physical condition, but we did it by Jove. And what an amazing experience it was. The temple is really worth the visit. The movie in the...More
The ancient Anxur is no more, still its foundations are over the hilltop, solid, unmovable. Get there and f you want to see a beautiful sunset, if you take your mate, it is even better. Anxur offers a stunning view of Terracina, if you are...More
I would like to start with a suggestion to all visitors.. if you really want to understand what you see, and not only to admire the amazing landscape, better go with a guided tour. We were fortunate to have a nice, well prepared guide (...More
Spectacular views of the Sea and city below. The video at the box office is a must. It is in Italian but with English sub titles. It is great to see the before and after pictures.The walk isn't too bad although uphill.
Very fast visit, interesting although not much else , albeit amazing views of the region, sadly let down by there being no coffee shop as when we read about this site it boasted of a fantastic coffee shop, in all honesty, we’d gave taken photos...More