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Carsulae is a Roman settlement along the Via Flaminia that was effectively abandoned when the major route shifted east. Because of that, there has been no development over it and little removal of materials over the years since the 4th century AD. The site is...More
We were lucky to find this place, which is well hidden in the middle of nowhere :)
We met only three more visitors in the whole park, which made the place very unusual and even creepy.
There’s enough information in the app and on signs,...More
I am Head if History at a large school and I managed to convince my family to visit this site of world archaeological importance. I downloaded the impressive app for the site the night before and I was excited to see the site I had...More
The monumental necropolis of Carsulae has been a breathtaking surprise.
First of all it is useful to install their App for smartphones.
Then handle a GPS navigation system or similar App because after leaving the E45 freeway there is a lack of direction to find...More
This is a little hidden gem of Roman ruins that is currently still in the process of being uncovered. There is a line of ruins including a portion of Roman road you can walk along imagining yourself heading for the amphitheater, forum or the area...More
Carsulae is an archaeological site that is located on the main route of the ancient Via Flamina.
It was a way station where they were exchanged horses, but also had a small amphitheater,
I know this place since I was Nambino and we often return...More