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Villa di Massenzio

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Villa di Massenzio

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LoveToTravelTerrie wrote a review Jul 2019
Frisco, Texas1,239 contributions443 helpful votes
We stopped in while walking the Appian Way (about mile 3 from the entrance of the trail). There was no charge to get in but we put a donation in the box that was close to the entrance. Although the place was mostly basic ruins, there were a few helpful info panels. It was amazing to think of it being busy and full of people back in the day. There were 3 buildings in the ruins, including an old chariot race track and the mausoleum of Romulus. Each place was a fair distance from each other so took a bit of walking. There was a tractor mowing the fields so maybe some upkeep/improvements going on.
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Date of experience: July 2019
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phat_dawg_21 wrote a review May 2019
Alpharetta, Georgia9,506 contributions594 helpful votes
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Part of the complex that includes the Mausolo de Romolo and the Circus Massenzio. It is mostly ruins, but taken together with the other two attractions, this site is worth a visit. Good signage in English. Admission is free
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Date of experience: April 2019
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Ryan M wrote a review Aug 2018
Hong Kong, China115 contributions51 helpful votes
The site was very well preserved (especially the racetrack), but there were absolutely no information panels in the site whatsoever. Entrance was free. The site is really small.
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Date of experience: July 2018
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leedjjck wrote a review Jan 2018
East Hampton, Connecticut872 contributions220 helpful votes
What a villa, the size of this place is over the top. Hiking the grounds and trying to visualize the villa in the roman times was breathtaking. A lot of the information panels are sunburned so you will need your own guidebook to understand the history. We were admitted without paying any fee which puzzles us but we weren't complaining. Take your time walking the grounds and some of the buildings.
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Date of experience: December 2017
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ChalmersChester wrote a review Nov 2017
Chester227 contributions120 helpful votes
All information panels missing from this site. I am all for using the imagination, but some actual facts/artists impressions/map would be useful. Picking up the rubbish would be good too. Such a shame; this could be fabulous.
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Date of experience: November 2017
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