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"Superbe" I recommend a visit to Sutri.
You will discover an ancient culture, the Etruscan tombs, amphitheater, mitral, downtown area.
Do not miss this important site if you are in the area, it is close to Rome
Great necropolis, amazing to think that man carved tombs into the solid rock. Lots of musical nights in the amphitheatre from Pink Floyd to Opera. Walking through the nature walk you feel transported back in time. Would recommend.
An assortment of ancient wonders here. A necropolis, and amphitheatre and a Middle Ages church with many fresco. You will need an appointment to be let into the church. There is a shop and cafe opposite where you can use the loo. This will probably...More
This archaeological park has a lot to offer of interest, with a long history to it. Originally an Etruscan burial area, it then came under control of the romans who built the amphitheatre and mithraeum (eastern god temple). When Christianity arrived the mithraeum was converted...More
The Etruscan Necropolis are located within an archaeological part which include an anfitheatre and a temple to Mitras. The park is accessible only by private transportation (1hr from Rome) some of the tombs visible from the road. Parking is free and a ticket (€5 each)...More
We drove out to Sutri to see the living Nativity that was to take place in the park called Antichissima Citta di Sutri. These are actual caves and they were supposed to have created the living Nativity there complete with everyone in costume. Unfortunately, the...More