Things to Do in Massa D'Albe

Things to Do in Massa D'Albe, Italy - Massa D'Albe Attractions

Things to Do in Massa D'Albe

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  • TommyG2
    Washington DC, DC83 contributions
    On our way to Rome from Sulmona, we took a short detour to visit the archeological park at Alba Fucens, just north of Avezzano. It's free to visit and there is plenty to see in this largely ignored site. Besides the Roman site, there's a medieval site, an amphitheater, castle ruins, and a very interesting Basilica built over a temple dedicated to Apollo and built reusing its columns. Around 191 BC, the community became a municipium. Its location on the crossroads of Via Tiburtina Valeria, an ancient Roman road that linked Rome to the Adriatic Sea, and an important route between the regions of Etruria and Campania, meant that the town was a strategically important town to control. Fascinating to walk freely there, almost alone, and touch the ruins without guards or barriers.
    Written July 13, 2019
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  • Traveller1XX
    Bracknell, UK328 contributions
    Situated on top of St Peter’s hill. The church was originally an Apollo temple.There are still old columns in the interior. The church itself dates from C12th. The interior is very plain but at the same time beautiful , with a lovely marble pulpit & iconostasis. It is very peaceful inside. It is well worth visiting if you are going to the nearby archaeological site.
    Written July 4, 2019
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  • MFD
    United Kingdom2,819 contributions
    A slight walk away from the ruins heading towards the ministry, is the amphitheatre which is currently still in use.
    Written August 4, 2018
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