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Torre Civica Dodecagonale

Piazza Lojali, 05022, Amelia, Italy
+39 0744 978120
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Ancient tower with great views of the countryside.

We were fortunate to take a tour of the Tower and climb up the stairs to the bells at the top... read more

Reviewed 20 October 2016
Sally M
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Pasadena, California
Visit this medieval town, surprising

Amelia is an old roman town (cisterns, restaurants with roman walls), and is now a medieval town... read more

Reviewed 2 July 2016
Eurtourist
,
Toronto, Canada
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19 Oct 2016
“Ancient tower with great views of the countryside.”
1 Jul 2016
“Visit this medieval town, surprising”
Suggested Duration: 1-2 hours
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Piazza Lojali, 05022, Amelia, Italy
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+39 0744 978120
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Reviewed 20 October 2016

We were fortunate to take a tour of the Tower and climb up the stairs to the bells at the top. They don't offer the tour very often so ask at the Museum. The stairway is narrow (claustrophobic!) but worth the effort to see the...More

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Reviewed 2 July 2016

Amelia is an old roman town (cisterns, restaurants with roman walls), and is now a medieval town, with surprising things to visit. This tower is imposing and nearly unique, do not miss the museum which has a wonderful statue in bronze of Germanicus.

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Reviewed 15 December 2015

This Tower is dated from the 11th century. It was built with multi-periods stones. You can see that the stones of it's lower part, are recycled. The upper part is from the 18th century. Its quiet a unique structure.

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