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 La Ciriola Agritourism recommends, among the various beauties of Umbria, the archaeological site of Carsulae.

Near Park of Sangemini Springs, the pre-Roman city of Carsulae appears today as a mysterious abandoned town. Built by the ancient Flaminia Way, its origins, probably Celtic, are still unknown.

Nevertheless, it may be considered as a typical Roman municipium, closed in the North by a threefold arch.

Today are recognizable the small area of the forum with several buildings, not all of them identifiable, the basilica with access to the Flaminia Way, two twin tetra-style Temples ,the Theatre, entirely rebuilt, the Amphitheatre, as well as other structures like private houses, shops and monumental Tombs.

Distance: 33 km.