Day Trips in Italy - Marche
The provinces of Marche: Ancona, Ascoli Piceno, Fermo, Macerata, Pesaro and Urbino.
Along the ancient roman road Via Flaminia, between Acqualanga and Furlo, there is a small bit of excavated aqueduct. This protected the Via Flaminia from being damaged when the River Candigliano flooded. It is near the San Vincenzo Abbey, a 10th c... > Read more
The Mallio Bridge (Ponte Mallio) in the town of Cagli was part of the ancient Roman road Via Flaminia. This is the oldest bridge on the Via Flaminia in Le Marche and is thought to pre-date the Romans. The modern road through Cagli follows... > Read more
The Cantiano Bridge Ponte Grosso on the ancient roman road Via Flaminia has two arches, crossing the River Burano. It is still in use today. There are five ancient Roman bridges on the Via Flaminia in this area. The modern SP3 highway rou... > Read more
The ancient Roman road Via Flaminia reached the Adriatic at Fano. The Roman gate to the city, the Arch of Augustus, remains. In 1463 the top of the gate was destroyed in a battle. The fallen fragments were used to build the adjacent church and log... > Read more
Forum Sempronii, near modern Fossombrone, was a Roman city founded in 2nd century BC. The Via Flaminia passed through the center of the town. At one point the city occupied 35 hectares, but it was abandoned in the 5th - 6th century AD. The site is... > Read more
The ancient Roman road Via Flaminia passed through the narrow Furlo Gorge (Gola del Furlo). During the original construction in 220BC the road was built into the side of the gorge and a tunnel was created. In 76AD Emperor Vespasian built ... > Read more
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