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Art Itineraries in Tuscia

Farnese Palace - Caprarola
Every little corner of this land bears witness to the Etruscans, to medieval warfare and to the pomp and circumstance of the Renaissance. Unlike many other regions, this area has always maintained a healthy balance of land and human settlements. Here, the evolution of art and architecture over the centuries is very well represented. In the 1500s, for example, Pope Paolo III (Farnese) commissioned Caprarola to build the palace that was designed by Vignola and still bears the Caprarola name.

Viterbo - Loggia dei Papi
Vignola also designed Villa Lante at Bagnaia with its splendid Italian gardens. Viterbo, in the 1200s named the “City of Popes”, is not to be missed, and neither is Tuscania which bears witness to both medieval and Renaissance times. You should also visit Tarquinia, the ancient Etruscan city, Soriano Nel Cimino with the Orsini Rock, Civita di Bagnoregio – the dying city. Wherever you go in these regions, you will find cultural and artistic history thousands of years old.

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