It is the smallest town of the Castelli Romani, yet attracts many tourists from all over Lazio for its eventful and animated traditional festivals.

Standing out in the distance is the unmistakeable shape of the “dindarolo” (common name of the water cistern in a shape of a “moneybox” that dominates the historical centre). Colonna is situated on the northern slopes of the Albano Hills between the motorway and Via Casilina, which marks the boundary between the Castelli Romani and the Valle Latina.


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