The Ghetto

The Ghetto

The Ghetto of Civitavecchia, is an ancient village located in the vicinity of the port which is built around Piazza Antonio Fratti, where currently behind him stands the palace of finance. Pope Innocent XII, around the end of the 600, […]

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Church of the Holy Japanese martyrs

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  The port of Civitavecchia, in 1860, was the most important of the Papal States. Religious missionaries, before leaving, There were habitually and for this reason it was necessary to find a meeting point. First was built the […]

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Church prayer and death

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Near Piazza Saffi is the Church of Santa Maria prayer or (Church of death) which it is one of the oldest churches in Civitavecchia located in the historic center near the port and seat of the Brotherhood of Death. […]

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The Cathedral

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The Cathedral of St. Francis, stands on one of the main squares of Civitavecchia, It located in a central part of the city of Civitavecchia and easily reachable from the port. It was built on the ruins of a small Franciscan church against […]

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Centocelle Course

Centocelle Course

Centocelle course is one of the busiest streets crossing located near the port of Civitavecchia. Its beauty comes from various restructuring that, In addition to modernizing the environment, they left the possibility

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Kp Square

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Alex square is the oldest square in Civitavecchia, situated in the Centre of the characteristic medieval village, represents one of the most scenic areas of the city. Takes its name from a legend where there is stars Leandro, an old sailor. […]

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The Pirgo

Pirgo

  The Pirgo, called “seafront in Civitavecchia” It is one of the most frequented by residents and tourists, due to its beauty and various activities that offer pleasant moments spent in front of the sea. Presents:   A walk […]

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Livorno Port

Livorno Port

Livorno port was built by Pope Clement XIII in 1761 to connect the northern part of the city with the port. This monumental gate is proof of how in the years, diversi pontefici si dedicarono a migliorare […]

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The Vanvitelli fountain

The Vanvitelli fountain

The fountain of Vanvitelli is located within the port visible from the promenade along the embankment. Urban VIII, in 1630, believed necessary to build the breakwater as a defensive system to separate the port from the city. The fountain was built during the […]

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Taurine term

Terme di Traiano

The Terme Taurine or (di Traiano) they take their name from a legend in the travelogue of the poet Claudio Rutilio Namanziano told in 416 d. C. , said that the birth of this spring chanced by a […]

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National Archaeological Museum

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The building dates back to 1700 Clement XIII, It was built by the command of the garrison and then became the seat of the National Archaeological Museum of Civitavecchia. The museum is on three floors.   On the ground floor you can admire many statues […]

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Church of the Immaculate Conception

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The Church of the Immaculate Conception, also known as “Church of St. Anthony Abbot” O ” Church of the Ghetto”, It was built around 1740 under Pope Benedict XIV and known for a miracle that took place within it. Outside there is a monument […]

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Old Cemetery

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Inside of Civitavecchia there are 2 cemeteries, one new building and one considered a real monumental cemetery, called “old cemetery”. The most interesting of which we will talk about is the “old cemetery” that represents an early example of cemeteries […]

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Forte Michelangelo

Forte Michelangelo

The Forte Michelangelo was built in 1537 as a Fort to protect the harbour of Civitavecchia. Its structure has the form of a quadrilateral (100 X 120 m) with the male of octagonal shape and four corner towers. The male […]

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La Rocca

La Rocca

La Rocca (Castle of Civitavecchia) It is of medieval origin, It was built around the 1400 during the pontificate of Pope Calixtus III by Manzi. The final part of the harbour walls of old Centum Cellae. La Rocca […]

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