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The remains of the ancient Roman city Urbs Salvia spread over an area of about 40 hectares. On the highest point of the site is the freshwater Reservoir, two long tunnels which secured a permanent water supply for the urban settlement.Proceeding...more
In have been to a great deal of Roman ruins of late (in Turkey and Israel) and this was no disappointment. You get a good feeling for how culturally alive and sophisticated a pre-Christian Roman town was. There is a lot to uncover there, but...More
The town centre with the fortress is worth visiting and has a lovely view on the surrounding countryside. However, after driving down to the lower part of the Parco Archeologico, it became extremely disappointing. We have intended to visit the famous Amphitheatre, however it was...More
Incredibly interesting tour. The guides were very knowledgeable and engaging - great at painting the picture of the context of the whole site and it's place in history. A wonderful illustration of the complexity of archaeological digs, restoration and the challenges in prioritising work. The...More
What an amazing find! Whilst wandering around the hilltop town of Urbisaglia one evening we nipped into the Tourist Information office to check out the sites and the guy behind the desk said he could show us an old Roman water reservoir. Intrigued, we agreed...More
I so wanted to love this place. Certainly the guides are really good but they concentrate on the temple and the amphitheater. These buildings are on one side of the site and are well maintained. I wanted to see the theatre which looks in good...More
Open at weekends and on Bank Holidays this is the best archaelogical site in The Marche. We were fortunate with our guide – not only was he most informative but he had a lovely sense of humour. Good to learn that an EU grant has...More