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  1. Neapolis Archaeological Park

    Neapolis Archaeological Park

    Street of Tombs, above the Greek Theater.
  2. Neapolis Archaeological Park

    Neapolis Archaeological Park

    Street of Tombs, graves cut into the stone walls.
  3. Neapolis Archaeological Park

    Neapolis Archaeological Park

    Street of Tombs, graves cut into the stone walls.
  4. Neapolis Archaeological Park

    Neapolis Archaeological Park

    Greek Theater, still in use today.
  5. Neapolis Archaeological Park

    Neapolis Archaeological Park

    Greek Theater, 3rd century BC.
  6. Neapolis Archaeological Park

    Neapolis Archaeological Park

    Roman Amphitheater, 3rd century AD.
  7. Neapolis Archaeological Park

    Neapolis Archaeological Park

    List of monuments.
  8. Neapolis Archaeological Park

    Neapolis Archaeological Park

    Map of the park.
  9. Neapolis Archaeological Park

    Neapolis Archaeological Park

    Entrance. Some parking here. Park is across the road.
  10. Pauline

    Umbria Ocriculum Archaeological Park

    The remains of the ancient Roman city of Ocriculum sit beside the River Tiber (Fiume Tevere) below the modern city of Otricoli. The remains of an amphitheater, forum, theater, monuments and other buildings have been preserved in an archaeological park which is open to visitors. The Via Flaminia...
  11. Ocriculum

    Ocriculum

    Amphitheater with the hill town of Otricoli in the background.
  12. Ocriculum

    Ocriculum

    Amphitheater with the hill town of Otricoli in the background.
  13. Ocriculum

    Ocriculum

    Amphitheater.
  14. Ocriculum

    Ocriculum

    Map of the archaeological area.
  15. Pauline

    Umbria Carsulae Archaeological Park

    Carsulae (Parco archeologico di Carsulae) was a Roman town on the Via Flaminia, founded in 300 BC. Visit the remains of the Forum, monumental necropolis, baths, arch of San Damiano, theater and amphitheater. A long stretch of the Via Flaminia is visible. The remains of Carsulae were not built...
  16. Carsulae

    Carsulae

    Amphitheater.
  17. Carsulae

    Carsulae

    Entrance, museum, cafe.
  18. Carsulae

    Carsulae

    Ancient Roman town on the Via Flaminia.
  19. Pauline

    Provence Arles and the Roman Amphitheater

    The Arles Amphitheater (Les Arènes d'Arles) was built in 90 AD. It is 136 meters (446 ft) long and 109 meters (358 ft) wide and seats up to 30,000 people. Originally three tiers of arches, only two remain, each with 60 arches. It is still in use today for bullfights and other events. The city of...
  20. Arles

    Arles

    A beautiful town to explore.
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