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Terni y alrededores

  1. Acquasparta

    Acquasparta Situated on a hill at 350 m above sea level, Acquasparta dominates the valley of the Naia river, a tributary of the Tiber river. Because of its mineral waters Amerino and Furapane , this is at very pleasant place to stay.Probably, Acquasparta was founded as a Roman pagus on the Flaminia Road: here the Roman troups stopped to refresh themselves because of the abbundance of water, and because of... Detalles
  2. Arrone

    Arrone At the end of the 9th century, a Roman nobleman called Arrone, who had impossessed himself of the Valnerina valley, took over one of the rocky precipices which arise there, and constructed a fortified castle, originally made of wood and later reconstructed in stone.This castle was the town's first nucleus, and gave it its name. Later on, the feud was extended from Papigno to S. Pietro in... Detalles
  3. Calvi dell'Umbria

    Calvi dell'Umbria Calvi dell'Umbria, the ancient Carbium, also is defined the happy door of Umbria. Carefullied layed down on one spur full of rocks between green hills towards the river Tevere, it is located at 410 meters above sea level.Distant from Otricoli only 9 Km, is one ancient earth, rich of history, art and traditions. Already risen in the age of the Bronze, the top of the San Pancrazio mount still... Detalles
  4. Ferentillo

    Ferentillo Ferentillo, placed at 252 metres above sea level, is situated along the Valnerina valley at 17 kilometres' distance from the city of Terni. The castle of Precetto on the left- hand side and the castle of Matterella on the right with their bastions still seem to protect the town which is to be found behind them, below the mountains of Sant'Angelo and Gabbio from which the castles rise up. The... Detalles
  5. Montefranco

    Montefranco Montefranco, which is situated at 414 metres between woods of olive oak and pine-trees, dominates the Nera valley. The town owes its origins to the antique castle of Bufone, existing already in 1228, and of which the Franca and Spoletina portals and the outer walls remain.This castle, which probably dates back to the end of the first millennium, is situated in a spot which was easy to defend from... Detalles
  6. Narni

    -narni The first historical references to the town of Narni, which at that time was called "Nequinum", go back to the year 600 A.C., but the zone had already been inhabited from Neolithic times. In 299 B.C. Narni became a Roman colony named Narnia, and in 233 B.C. it became an important fort for the construction of the "Flaminia Road".Do you want to visit Narni? Look at our farmhouses and offers for... Detalles
  7. Otricoli

    Otricoli Otricoli, which was called Ocriculum meaning "Acropolis" during the Roman era, is probably of Umbrian origin. Initially situated on the hill where the modernOcriculum rises up, the Roman Ocriculum moved to the bottom of the valley near the Tiber river, where many ruins of public buildings known since the Renaissance period still exist.After having been a diocesan seat until the end of the 7th... Detalles
  8. Polino

    Polino Polino, originally called Pulino, is situated at 836 metres above sea-level and owes its name to antique regional fiefs. Later on, it became fief of the old Terni family of Castelli and was used as a strong-hold because of its typical placement on a rocky summit.On reaching the main square called "G. Marconi", the old town portal catches the eye, and next to it, a very old tower which used to be... Detalles
  9. San Gemini

    San Gemini San Gemini, original pre-roman town called Casventum in Roman times, took on the present name in the 9th century, when a monk called Gemine from Syria began to preach there, instructing and doing so much good that the town became known as the city of "St. Gemine".Enjoying the favour of the Papal State, it became a township, and representing a road junction of vital importance for comunication... Detalles
  10. Stroncone

    Stroncone Placed at 450 metres above sea level, Stroncone is placed in an enchanting position, and is therefore considered an eccellent climactic resort, where one can spend a tranquil and healthy summer stay.The first certain document mentioning Stroncone goes back to the year 1012. Nearly completely razed to the ground by troups from Narni after a long siege, the town was rebuilt in 1215 by the same... Detalles
  11. Terni

    terni The ancient "Interamna Nahartium", which means "land between two rivers", at Terni, the Nera and the Serra rivers, was the birthplace of the emperor Marcus Claudius Tacitus and of the author Cornelius Tacitus, among other important personages of the past.In the second half of the 19th century, Terni took part in the industrial revolution, and was awarded the appellative of "Manchester of... Detalles

Terni y alrededores: para ver

  1. Teatro Comunale di Narni
    Teatro municipal de Narni
    Tipología: Teatri 
    The Municipal Theater of Narni is an example of nineteenth-century theater builtnear a building, in this case the thirteenth-century Palazzo del Podesta, in Europeand worldwide. Recently...
  2. ocriculum
    Tipología: Storia e Archeologia 
    Ocriculum, which was originally an Umbrian settlement situated on the hill where the modern Otricoli is now to be found, was reconstructed during Roman times in the valley, in closer proximity to the...
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    Pinacoteca Comunale Orneore Metelli (Galería Municipal de Arte)
    Tipología: Musei e Gallerie Arte 
    The Municipal Art Gallery "Orneore Metelli" and the Museum "Aurelio De Felice" until recently, were located in the eighteenth century Palazzo Gazzoli of Terni.Since March 2009 the...
  4. Museo Statale di Spoleto
    Museo Arqueológico Estatal
    Tipología: Musei e Gallerie Arte 
    The State Archaeological Museum of Spoleto is located within the monument, the former monastery of S. Agatha, the museum houses the first traces of a civilizationin the area of...
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    Museo Guido Calori
    Tipología: Musei e Gallerie Arte 
    The Museum of Guido Calori is housed in the cloister of the seventeenth centurypalace that was once the convent of Poor Clares of San Gemini, located on the highest point of the...
  6. santa_pudenziana
    Iglesia de Santa Pudenziana
    Tipología: Religione e Spiritualità 
    The church of  Santa Pudenziana of Narni, together with the church of San Michele Archangel in Schifanoia, represents one of the most interesting Romanic edifices of the area of Narni.The...
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    Iglesia de San Domenico
    Tipología: Religione e Spiritualità 
    The St. Domenico Church in Narni, originally the church of St. Maria Maggiore, it is now a place for exhibitions, seat of the municipal library and the historic archives. It has a high tower dating...
  8. acciaierie_terni
    Terni Acerías (TK-AST)
    Tipología: Economia e Società 
    The history of the Terni Steelworks begins in the last decades of 1800's, when, in order to make up for the energetic needs of the Arms Factory, erected on the outskirts of the town from 1881 and...
  9. centro_ciotti
    Centro de visitantes y la documentación "U. Ciotti"
    Tipología: Musei e Gallerie Arte 
    A short distance from San Gemini and Terni stands the town of Roman origin of Carsulae, one of the most interesting archaeological sites of Umbria. To the south-east of the site...
  10. Teatro Secci a Terni
    Teatro Secci
    Tipología: Teatri 
    The Secci Theatre is located in the former Ex Siri, and belongs to the complex CAOS (Centro Arti Opificio Siri), the theater is named to Sergio Secci a boy of Terni died after injuries...

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