Archaeological sites

Archi dell'Acquedotto Romano

Acqui Terme

Archi dell'Acquedotto Romano

The arches of the Roman aqueduct (beginning 1st Cent. AD) dominate the banks of the River Bormida. One of the most famous sights in Acqui, they represent one of the most important examples of Roman aqueducts in northern …

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Area archeologica di Libarna

Serravalle Scrivia

Area archeologica di Libarna

Temporarily closed The re-discovery of Libarna came about because of work connected with the building of the Strada Regia dei Giovi (1820-1823) and construction work on the Turin-Genoa railway (1845-1854). Subsequent archaeological …

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Area archeologica di via alle Fonti a Tortona

Tortona

Area archeologica di via alle Fonti a Tortona

The imposing structure of via alle Fonti, with its rectangular tower which remains to a height of two metres, was discovered in the southern part of the town along the slopes at around the same height of the castle and forms …

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Area archeologica di via Rinarolo a Tortona

Tortona

Area archeologica di via Rinarolo a Tortona

In via Rinarolo, on the northern edges at the height of the castle, recent excavations have brought to light a consistent run of walling with building techniques (substrate terracing, bagged working, double-walled square …

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Area archeologico-naturalistica del Guardamonte

Gremiasco

Area archeologico-naturalistica del Guardamonte

The archaeological itinerary of Guardamonte, set out with an information point and a learning area next to the farm-house, is an integral part of a natural history context, where naturalistic trails have been created dedicated …

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Domus Romana

Asti

Domus Romana

The exhibit area is located on the basement floor of the municipal old people's home "Canuto Borelli". The archaeological evidence is primarily the remains of a domus dating to the second half of the 1st century A.D. Domus …

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Pieve di San Giovanni di Mediliano

Lu e Cuccaro Monferrato

Pieve di San Giovanni di Mediliano

The parish church of San Giovanni di Mediliano was recorded for the first time as plebs Metiliano in the middle of the 10th century. The surrounding area has revealed traces of activity in the prehistoric (2500-1250 BC) …

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Piscina romana di Corso Bagni - CHIUSO PRIMAVERA 2021

Acqui Terme

Piscina romana di Corso Bagni - CHIUSO PRIMAVERA 2021

The swimming pool was situated in a thermal complex from the Roman imperial age on the periphery of the town of Aquae Statiellae, on the via Aemilia Scauri. It was probably filled with hot water from the “Bollente” and …

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