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San Felice Circeo - Art and History: Ulisse and Circe
San Felice Circeo - Art and History: Ulisse and Circe
Backs of the Odissea loaded with being able suggestive. Six them, with Ulisse and its companions, afraid and curious, nearly brave, of forehead to the show of she, Circe: “Within one they goes, the palace found beautiful of Circe, all of she p...

 
The villa of Tiberius in Sperlonga
The villa of Tiberius in Sperlonga
The imperial house of Tiberius, of which there are still several rests in Sperlonga, was structured in length for over 300 metres. Excluding the service and housing areas, the thermal plant, the water reservoirs and the private dock. During the per...

 
The towers of Sperlonga
The towers of Sperlonga
The whole Tyrhennean coastline is spotted with Medieval towers, built with a protection purpose: to sight the enemies coming from the sea. The coast defence system of Sperlonga dates back to the year 1500 and it was made up by the Truglia Tower, by...

 
Sperlonga, between the Romans and Red Beard
Sperlonga, between the Romans and Red Beard
According to some experts, Sperlonga has mythical origins, but the Romans were the ones that discovered it at the end of the Republican era and were attracted by the beauty of the place and by the mild climate. Tiberius the Emperor ordered to buil...

 
The burrows of Sperlonga
The burrows of Sperlonga
Have you ever wondered why a town like Sperlonga needed to defend itself from someone or something? Sperlonga was in fact considered as a sea fortress. Doesn't its highly strategic position seem enough to you? Protected as it was on the highest ro...

 
Sonnino to see
Sonnino to see
Besides the richness of its oil, for which it is famous in the whole Latium region, Sonnino offers also other kinds of “wealth” For example, the convent of St. Maria delle Canne or the Church of St. Michele Arcangelo. The latter is the most ancient...

 
Sonnino’s Robin Hood
Sonnino’s Robin Hood
Sonnino is a small town in the province of Latina. It can be reached in different ways, from Rome or Naples: it is enough to get on the Appia or the Mediana, the SS 148. Also by means of the highway A1, exit Frosinone, direction Priverno. It is 40 k...

 
From Sulmo to Sulmoneta to Sermoneta
From Sulmo to Sulmoneta to Sermoneta
Sulmo was one of the many “Latin small towns” that fought against Rome. Although it was young, because it was founded only 200 years earlier, it already claimed to be the mistress at all costs and at the expense of those who happened to be in the tar...

 
Sermoneta and the Caetani Family
Sermoneta and the Caetani Family
Sermoneta starts to give precise information on itself only around the late medieval times, when a new stage of repopulation and of development involved the whole city and the nearby dominium. Especially on the highlands, villages and forts were buil...

 
The Cathedral of Sermoneta
The Cathedral of Sermoneta
Walking in the small streets of the village, we do not seem to be so many centuries away from those men who used to go along these streets, so busy and in a rush, among churched and walls, the grey stones and the wood of the houses, the markets and ...

 
The Church of St. Francis in Sermoneta
The Church of St. Francis in Sermoneta
Among the other artistic and historical witnesses on Sermoneta, we find also the Church of St. Francis (of Assisi). In the origins of this ancient convent, a little out from the town, there are the mysterious Templars, who occupied it from 1162 to...

 
The Caetani castle in Sermoneta
The Caetani castle in Sermoneta
A magnificent example of a medieval impregnable fort, the castle was named after the Caetani family, who more than others marked its destiny, thus tying it to its alternate fortunes. Actually, the history of the castle started with the Annibaldi fa...

 
The abbey of Valvisciolo of Sermoneta
The abbey of Valvisciolo of Sermoneta
The Abbey of Valvisciolo, dedicated to St. Stefano, is located in the territory of Sermoneta at the feet of the Corvino Mount, along the road that leads to Bassiano. The name seems to derive from the Latin root, which indicates the Valley of the Ni...

 
Norma and its origins
Norma and its origins
The small town of Norma rises on a big rocky slope, which the local people call “la Rave”. From here, watching the sea, you will see one of the most beautiful landscapes of the entire Pontine coastline, including the Pontine islands! Instead, if yo...

 
Lenola and its old town
Lenola and its old town
Lenola is full of places to visit. Besides the Church of Santa Maria Maggiore, which is the current parish church, there is also the Church of Santa Croce to visit. We recommend you to visit more than anything else the old town, besides from the Sa...

 
The miracle of the Sanctuary of Lenola
The miracle of the Sanctuary of Lenola
The inhabitants of Lenola are proud and honoured to live in this town, which is located in a favourable position, from which it is possible to see the lower part of Lenola and in particular the old town and, in the west, the plain of Fondi, the Tyrhe...

 
Lenola: the origins
Lenola: the origins
Lenola is a very small town in the province of Latina, the history of which is full of events and of famous characters in these places. It is so rich that we can just anticipate you with something… It was anciently called Ynola, Ynula, Enola; the o...

 
Fra Diavolo from Itri
Fra Diavolo from Itri
Who has never seen the film, starring Stan and Laurel, called "Frà Diavolo"? On the contrary of what people believe, the film is inspired to a “true story”! So, Frà Diavolo (Itri 1771, Naples 1806) is certainly the most famo...

 
The castle of Itri
The castle of Itri
The stately castle of Itri is currently being restored due to the several damages, it underwent during the bombing of the Second World War. Founded as a fort, in defence of the enemy raids, together with the ancient high part of the town, it is sur...

 
Itri: the origins
Itri: the origins
Endowed with two urban centres, a more ancient one and a more recent one, Itri is a small little town, located in the province of Latina, along the Appia road, the famous consular street built by the Romans, which arrived from Rome up to Brindisi. ...

 
The Sanctuary of the split mountain in Gaeta
The Sanctuary of the split mountain in Gaeta
In the place where the rock of the peak of the Orlando Mountain opens up in three vertical cracks, you are in front of the Sanctuary of the Split Mountain. On the left of the Church of the SS. Trinità, there is the entrance to go down and ...

 
The Church of St. Francis and Mausoleum of Gaeta
The Church of St. Francis and Mausoleum of Gaeta
The church of St. Francis opens up on the slope of the Orlando Mountain; it is a neo-Gothic construction and was built on the place where the saint of Assisi had built a small hermitage, for the will of Ferdinand II and Charles II of Angiò, w...

 
The Cathedral of Gaeta and the Church of S. Giovanni a mare
The Cathedral of Gaeta and the Church of S. Giovanni a mare
Near the port, there is the Cathedral of Sant'Erasmo, the patron saint of Gaeta. It was sanctified in the XII century and it preserves the remains of the saints Erasmo and Marciano. The rough, but grand, Cathedral underwent many transformations du...

 
The Castle of Gaeta and the Church of the Annunziata
The Castle of Gaeta and the Church of the Annunziata
A stately construction, which must be seen, the origins of which date back probably to the X century, but in the course of time it underwent remarkable transformations. Maybe, the most important one was the one under the Aragons, more or less in 14...

 
Gaeta, yesterday and today
Gaeta, yesterday and today
Gaeta appeared invincible in any way to its enemies. Founded on the highest point of the promontory of the Orlando Mountain, it still keeps intact even its stately Castle, with its two Norman towers. It was invincible also owing to its natural por...

 
Fondi to see
Fondi to see
The old town houses the major monuments of the city, among which the Castle of Fondi, the Baronial Palace, the Judea and the Hebrew block; the Church of St. Maria and the one of St. Peter. Therefore, we suggest you follow an itinerary made up in t...

 
Fondi: territory and origins
Fondi: territory and origins
The town of Fondi owes its name to its particular geographic position, located as it is inside a wide valley, surrounded by the Aurunci and the Ausoni mounts. As if it were not enough, Fondi also has a segment of sea, about 13 km and two lakes: an ...

 
The churches of Campo di mele
The churches of Campo di mele
The Church of St. Michele Arcangelo rises on the highest point of the Medieval village. In ancient times it was dedicated to St. Angelo and it was made up of three aisles and it is famous for its simplicity and the harmony of its architectonic lin...

 
Campo di mele: the Town of longevity
Campo di mele: the Town of longevity
Campo di mele has been defined “the Town of longevity”. In fact, at the base of the survey carried out by the World Health Organisation, it has emerged that in Campo di Mele people live longer. It may be due to the continuous exchange of oxygen ai...

 
Bassiano: art in the city
Bassiano: art in the city
The Palazzo Caetani, which is today the seat of the City Hall, and the church of St. Maria in Bassiano are very interesting to see, from a historical and monumental point of view, but there are many other typical ancient constructions to visit. The...

 
Bassiano: the origins
Bassiano: the origins
Although some historical traces of Bassiano can be dated back already in the Roman era, the foundation of Bassiano is actually dated back to the Caetani period in the XIII century. When in 1159 some nearby towns were completely destroyed from the ...

 
The Bourbon era of Ventotene
The Bourbon era of Ventotene
In the XVIII century, under the reign of Ferdinand IV of Bourbon, a project of urbanization of the island was started; it was the second one after the one of the Romans. Unfortunately, though, while the Roman era structures resisted to time and can...

 
Ventotene golden prison
Ventotene golden prison
When Ventotene belonged to the Romans, it was considered by the I century b.C Emperors, as a sort of “free zone”, where they could send uneasy or suspicious personalities. In the II century b.C., the Emperor Augustus sent even her daughter Iulia i...

 
Ventotene and the Romans
Ventotene and the Romans
The island found its moment of glory with the Romans, who immediately appreciated it as being rich in wood and volcanic rock. As they were good engineers, they wanted to provide the island with a “suitable” port, wide and efficient: the dug the laye...

 
Ponza: from the pirates to Mussolini
Ponza: from the pirates to Mussolini
Ponza was a sad destination of the pirates, who then became the cause of the desertion of the island. Even the monks, belonging to the Benedictine monastic community of the abbey of Santa Maria, became slaves and nobody ever had the guts to settle ag...

 
The origins of Ponza
The origins of Ponza
In the history of the island of Ponza, we find some “human” traces, starting from the Neolithic age, although some rests, found on the island, seem to date back to pre-Roman period. Some sections of Cyclopean walls of a fort have been found: they w...

 
Ninfa rises again
Ninfa rises again
In 1382, the continuous fights between the Towns of Sermoneta, Bassiano, Sezze and Ninfa lead to a bloody war, which gave the final blow to the town of Ninfa, already marked by the decennial battles. Sacked and destroyed, the town fell into a slow ...

 
Ninfa in time
Starting from the early centuries of the Medieval times, many noble families competed for the possession of Ninfa, an enchanting place in an important strategic position, compared to the Papal State. Ninfa arose around the XI century and already in...

 
Shadows of priests and monks
Shadows of priests and monks
It is impossible to describe the beauty of the sanctuary located on Monte S. Angelo of Terracina. Next to the stately and majestic rests of the city Acropolis, there are the rests of the military and monastic constructions of the Medieval times. T...

 
Terracina: from temple of Zeus ... to monastery!
Terracina: from temple of Zeus ... to monastery!
Monte S. Angelo is one of the most suggestive places of Terracina. Once you are there, the panorama on the gulf will open in front of you, up to the Pontine islands, and if the climate “helps” you, with fairly good weather, you will be able to see ...

 
The spas and the Pisco Montano
Among the rests of the Roman era, there are some suggestive "Terme Nettunie", dated I-III century a.C., which despite the name, were part of a suburban villa, decorated by paintings and mosaics with sea monsters. The charm of these spas d...

 
The low Old Historical Town
The port, built during the Trajan period, gave a new “youth” to the millenary city, thus making it become a real agricultural, maritime and commercial pole, crowded and noisy, while in the more ancient centre, the political, cultural and religious l...

 
The Castle of the Frangipane’s
The Castle of the Frangipane’s
The Medieval Castle, also called of the “Frangipane's”, is likely to be the monument of Terracina with the most turbulent past. Since it was erected in the XI century, in fact, while the noble families and the citizens competed for it, the walls ne...

 
Byzantine and medieval walls
Byzantine and medieval walls
On the ancient boundary wall, of the Volsci and Roman age, there are the Byzantine and the medieval walls, the presence of which remind us about the ups and downs of a city, which has not certainly had an easy history. In the part facing north, the...

 
The “Capitolium”: the Capitol Hill in Terracina
The “Campidoglio” does not only exist in Rome! In every Roman city, there was a “Capitolium”, as symbol of the connection with the empire, and we can find it also in Terracina, in the northwestern corner of the Foro, dedicated to the triad Jove, Ju...

 
Palazzo Venditti in Terracina
Palazzo Venditti in Terracina
Palazzo Venditti, a Gothic building, dating back to the first half of the XIV century, stands on the right side of the cathedral of St. Cesario, in Terracina. On the left side, there is the modern building of the City Hall, which included the Torre...

 
The Cathedral of Terracina
The Cathedral of Terracina
We arrive to the Christian age, of which the cathedral of St. Cesario is a worthy representative: historical and religious centre of the city, dedicated to St. Cesareo martyr. Although in the beginning it was a Pagan temple, dedicated to Apollo, it...

 
Life in Terracina... 2000 years ago!
Life in Terracina... 2000 years ago!
The area of the Foro Emiliano, brought to light, is remarkably larger and so, it is easy to imagine realistically the daily life in the Foro. The religious ceremonies at the temples, the orators' speeches and the public personalities, the traffic ...

 
The Foro in Terracina: clever construction
The Foro in Terracina: clever construction
In the construction of the Foro, the Romans gave another proof of their building and engineering capacities! In fact, the builders of the Foro found themselves in front of an important problem: the forensic square, as political and religious centre,...

 
The Foro Emiliano of Terracina
The Foro Emiliano of Terracina
The Foro Emiliano, in Terracina, is the big square where we can find the Cathedral of St. Cesario, dating back to the Roman era, around the half of the I century b.C. The pavement is still the original one, carried out by the initiative of a man c...

 
Terracina: from a Pope to another
Terracina: from a Pope to another
Hardly destroyed during the Barbarian invasions, Terracina experienced a period of revival under the reign of the Ostrogoth King Theodoric, in the VI century. The works of reclamation in the Pontine marshes were very important and were concentrated...

 
Terracina: from the Romans to Middle Ages
Terracina: from the Romans to Middle Ages
The Romans brought a stinging blow to the city. Especially in the first ten years of the I century b.C. (age of Silla), it changed aspect. Where before there were hovels and rustic huts, left by the Etrurians and the Volsci, paved streets, temples...

 
Terracina, between Ulysses and Aenaeas
Terracina, between Ulysses and Aenaeas
The history of the territory of Terracina and of the Circeo is mingled with the Greek legend, both by the Odyssey, where Ulysses underwent the magical and fascinating spells of the Sorceress, and by the Aeneid: right on the coasts of the lower Latiu...

 
Terracina, between history and legend
Terracina, between history and legend
The Etrurians were the first ones to bring civilisation in this area of Italy, although, in the VI century b.C., they were ousted by the Volsci, who settled in the Pontine Marshes and founded a new fortress: Terracina. According to the chronicles ...

 
Moresca Tower
Moresca Tower
It was also called Falconara Tower, because, according to the legend, the hawks used to bring up their offspring, owing to the particularly solitary position of the mountain, and the Moresca Tower was the last of the four towers to be built. It was ...

 
Paola Tower between Sabaudia and S. Felice Circeo
Paola Tower between Sabaudia and S. Felice Circeo
The history of this watchtower, which rises on one of the rocky spurs, sheer to the sea, on the west extremity of the Circeo, is rather animated. Around 1570, the Pope Pius IV ordered to the Caetani family to build, along the cliffs of the mountain,...

 
 The Templars Tower
The Templars Tower
In the old historical town of St. Felice, there is the Templars Tower, dating back to 1200. Today, it houses the exhibition “Homo Sapiens et Habitat”, where you can observe a wide collection of many prehistoric findings in the Pontine Marshes. The...

 
Some centuries of history of the Rocca Circea
Some centuries of history of the Rocca Circea
The Medieval Fort, built by the inhabitants of Terracina above the ancient ruins, shortly became famous for its solidity and safeness, which made it the favourite shelter for the Popes, in the whole Church State. Initially, it was a simple fortific...

 
The wall: engineering work
The wall: engineering work
The wall of the Acropolis, called of the “west side” is the surviving part of the boundary wall, which has been kept in a better state, because it was built on the side, where access was difficult. The other segments of the wall were dismantled in th...

 
Battle scenes at Circeo
Battle scenes at Circeo
Those who wanted to invade Circei was not aware of the hard task that was waiting for them First of all, there was the barricade of the third boundary wall. Not only: the entrance doors were located right on the steepest points of the mountain, a ...

 
Cyclopean masonry on the peak of Circei
Cyclopean masonry on the peak of Circei
Around the Acropolis, and on the whole mountain of the Circeo, ther e are three circles of walls called “Cyclopean”, which have become the symbol of the mystery of these lands. The first boundary wall, the smallest, which surrounds the Acropolis,...

 
The Acropolis: sentinel of the Circeo
The Acropolis: sentinel of the Circeo
The Acropolis of the ancient Circei used to stand 300 metres high like a sentinel of the entire surrounding plain, enclosed by a boundary wall, from where one can enjoy a complete look of the territory around the ancient city and of the Circeo Moun...

 
The Villa of the Four Winds of Circeo
The Villa of the Four Winds of Circeo
A little down of the old town of St. Felice, along the road that takes to the port, there are the rests of a patrician house called “of the Four Winds”, which supposedly belonged to the former triumvir Lepido. Involved in the power struggle in the ...

 
From the Church to Italy
From the Church to Italy
In the usual shilly-shallying of the Papal estates, the Circeo passed from the Orsini family (in 1720 it was given back to the Church), desirous of retrieving a feud that could have created not few trouble, if it fell in the hands of noblemen, hos...

 
Circeo between the devil and the deep blue sea
Circeo between the devil and the deep blue sea
From 1300 on, the Circeo passed through various events, was involved in fights and conspiracies between the well-known families of the Roman Catholic nobility, like the Caetani, who dominated for a long time, and the Borgia, who often contested with ...

 
The Templars at the Circeo
The Templars at the Circeo
And here we are in the very heart of the mystic and bellicose Medieval Times … Ed eccoci nel vivo del Medioevo, mistico e guerriero… Around the middle of the XIII century, the Order of the Templar Knights settled at the Circeo as ordered by the Po...

 
Circei among Barbarians and pirates
Circei among Barbarians and pirates
Following the fall of the Roma n Empire, the situation became unbearable a l most everywhere. Owing to its position, the Circeo resulted the only high mountain in the middle of the Pontine plain, to be the destination of sackings, for example by the...

 
Rome, indiscussed mistress
Rome, indiscussed mistress
In 390 b.C., with a very fast march, the Gauls took the Etruscan cities and reached Rome by means of sackings. The Volsci people and the Latins, including Circei, did not loose the occasion: twice, they rebelled against Rome, which seemed to be in...

 
Coriolano, Circei and the Volsci people
Coriolano, Circei and the Volsci people
In the early years of the VI century b.C. already, the Romans battled against the Latin League, the league “among the equals”, which was founded following the territory unification process, carried out by around 30 Latin communities, who did not wan...

 
Circei, a roman colony
Circei, a roman colony
The destination of Circei met the one of Roma as well and this meant trouble… Tarquin the Superb, the last of the seven kings of Rome, wanted to extend the boundaries of the kingdom, by founding new colonies. So, he sent come colons to Circei, whi...

 
…Atlantis at the Circeo ... maybe!
…Atlantis at the Circeo ... maybe!
The immortal Atlantis spread also on these lands the veil of his charm… Plato wrote that the inhabitants of Atlantis, before the catastrophe, founded some colonies in Tyrrhenia, the imaginary reign kingdom that extended itself between the current T...

 
The first findings at the Circeo
The first findings at the Circeo
The Circeo Mountain has been inhabited for 70.000 years. Clear evidence has been found in the Guattari cave and in the Grotta delle capre, cave of the goats. The Guattari cave remained unknown until February 24th 1939, following to a landslide t...

 
Ulysses tomb at the Circeo
Ulysses tomb at the Circeo
According to the legend, Ulysses also had an "illegitimate" son. It seems that our hero did not only, let's say, profit of Circe's hospitality, but he appropriately thought to leave her a son, called Telegono. Circe, who did not accept to...

 
Virglio and Circei
Virglio and Circei
Besides Homer, Even Virgil was struck by the legendary charm of the Circeo. In the VII Book of the Aeneid, he describes with that wonderful style that made him famous the journey at night of Aeneas' ship on the coasts of the Latium region, in front...

 
Circe and Circei
Circe and Circei
There is still some mystery around the existence of Circe, but an interesting hypothesis links the adventure of Ulysses to the myth of the sorceress. On the mountain of the Circeo, there was the ancient Latin city of Circei, the inhabitants of whic...

 
The sorceress Circe
The sorceress Circe
These are verses of the Odyssey full of evocative power. You are there, with Ulysses and his friends, afraid and curious, almost unaware, in front of the spectacle of her, of Circe: " When they reached Circe`s house they found it built of cu...

 
San Felice Circeo: the illusion of Homer
San Felice Circeo: the illusion of Homer
The name of the Circeo recalls histories and legends of a faraway and fascinating past. Its coasts tell us about heroes, spells, magic, woods, which have become famous in the immortal verses that still flutter on these lands, dipped in the eternal...

 
The city of Sabaudia
The city of Sabaudia
Sabaudia is a modern city, with architectural and almost metaphysical glimpses and, at the same time, it is plunged into an evocative historical frame, which creates a pleasant contrast between ancient and modern times. The square of the Municipali...

 
The Casarina of Sabaudia
The Casarina of Sabaudia
On the banks of the lake of Paola, on a small peninsula, there are the rests of Medieval convent, built on the rests of a Roman villa of the II century, of which, today, it is still possible to see the thermal plant. The place is really evocative :...

 
The Sanctuary of St. Maria della Sorresca
The Sanctuary of St. Maria della Sorresca
One of the most fascinating places in the Latium region is the Sanctuary of St. Maria della Sorresca, which rises on the rests of a Roman villa of the I century a.C.. Built by the Benedictine monks in the VI century, it rises in an evocative positio...

 
Sabaudia - Art and History: the pool of Lucullus in Sabaudia
Sabaudia - Art and History: the pool of Lucullus in Sabaudia
The source of Lucullus was a fish tank, which was given the name of “pool of Lucullus”, although it does not seem to be part of the plant of the imperial villa of Domitian. A magnificent work of water engineering: a circular-shaped tank, divided int...

 
The Villa of Domitian in Sabaudia
The Villa of Domitian in Sabaudia
On the banks of the Paola Lake, in Sabaudia, inside a natural reserve (rests of Circe), plunged into a small piece of Mediterranean vegetation, there is one of the most interesting archaeological complexes of southern Latium: the Villa of Domitian. ...

 
Sabaudia: recent history of a faraway past
Sabaudia has few decades of “urban” history. Actually, it was inhabited since the Roman age, until, then, the general desertion of the Pontine plain also struck these areas. This town, a jewel in-between the coastal lakes, had to wait for the modern...

 
Fragments of prehistory in Sabaudia
Fragments of prehistory in Sabaudia
It was quaternary, a zone of the Pontine Marshes, covered by the Mediterranean waters: only “the island of the Circeo” emerged. These lands with their humid and fair climate were more than suitable for the settlement of our first ancestors, who ap...

 
Sabaudia: garden city
A trip to Sabaudia , the perfect frame for a long and relaxing stay is the ideal for those who want to spend quiet days, featuring nature and historical splendour. It is also called the “garden city”, owing to the rationalist and modern set-up of th...

 
Public buildings in Latina
Public buildings in Latina
In their entire stateliness, public buildings in Latina show the signs of the period, in which it was founded. It is an age, full of problems and difficulties, which is still today under discussion and whose inheritance reflects itself in the rigid...

 
City Hall Building
City Hall Building
The City Hall building was built by the Opera Nazionale Combattenti. The eye of the visitor is mostly struck by the Torre civica (Town Tower) with the clock, in medieval style, overcome by a standard-bearer pole. The ground floor has lodge for som...

 
Buildings in Littoria
Buildings in Littoria
The city of Latina shows us in its buildings the signs of the period, in which it was founded. It is an age, full of problems and difficulties, which is still today under discussion and whose inheritance reflects itself in the rigid and sober, but ...

 
Latina: the city with thousands of dialects
Latina: the city with thousands of dialects
Latina arose in the early '30ties with the name of Littoria, around a group of farmers and hydraulic technicians employed for the reclamation of the Pontine territory. After the reclamation, many farmers, from north-central Italy (mainly from Veneto...

 



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