To visit in Lanuvio


Temple of Juno Sospita

Cicero speaks about the Tempio di Giunone Sospita (Sanctuary of Juno Sospita) situated on the acropolis in his work De Finibus, thanks to which we learn about numerous religious buildings in this area.

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Civic Museum of Lanuvio

Il Museo Civico di Lanuvio can boast a rich collection of over 2000 findings belonging to the prehistoric, pre-roman, Roman and Medieval periods. It is arranged in three parts: a pre-Roman section, an epigraph section and a medieval section.

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Collegiata di Santa Maria Maggiore

The Collegiata di Santa Maria Maggiore (Collegiate Church of Santa Maria Maggiore) we see today is the result of restoration works carried out in 1675 by the will of Duke Filippo Cesarini.

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Palazzo Colonna

The Palace, designed upon the request of the Colonna family in 1480, is situated in the historical centre, opposite the church.

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Medieval Castle

The castle was most likely built in the 9th century AD as a sentry post in the search of protection from Saracen attacks.

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Fontana degli Scogli

The elegant Fontana degli Scogli (Fountain of the Rocks) was commissioned by Filippo Cesarini in 1675 to the architect Carlo Fontana, and was built in the square that now bears his name.

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