Ciampino

A young town just outside Rome, owes its success to the strategic position along the main transport routes to and from the Capital city

Ciampino has become an independent administration quite recently, which up to 1974 was part of Marino. Although it was only slightly influenced by ancient history, its geographical position made it an important thoroughfare along the main communication routes in the past, and today. In fact, Ciampino based its development on two important features: the railway and the airport.
A stroll in the town brings us to the central and modern Chiesa del Sacro Cuore (Church of the Sacred Heart).
Step by step, Ciampino is creating its own cultural heritage. In fact, it has a Biblioteca Comunale (public library) that boasts more than 13.000 books and is part of the Castelli Romani Library Network SBCR 


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