Cerveteri (nearby) - Attraction Guide to Rome

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Cerveteri


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Cerveteri
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Once known as Caere, Cerveteri is situated around 28 miles / 46 km from central Rome and Cerveteri was once a particularly a wealthy and powerful Etruscan city. Cerveteri contains many historic remains of the stunning buildings and structures.

The necropolis area in Cerveteri was excavated and many of the treasures are now exhibited in the Villa Giulia in Rome. Cerveteri also contains a tomb area close to the village, dating back to the 6th century BC, with traces of the original paintings and drawings.

Guided tours of the Cerveteri area, close to Rome, are readily available and provide a real insight into the history around Cerveteri.






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