It's amazing how something so old can still be standing on top of such an obscure part of the world. Apparently Tiberius' home, it's now like a tiny tiny Pompeii but well worth the visit up there if you don't mind the long, uphill path to get to it. And be aware of the opening/closing times as it seems to close at 1pm.
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