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The three main streets, called "the Trident of Bacchus," begin in Piazza Fiasconi: the first is Via Garibaldi, that leads to the route of Lake Nemi, while the others are Via Buozzi and Via Berardi that leads to the Church of Santa Maria della Cima.
Via Berardi, during the occasion of the Feast of Corpus Domini, is completely covered by an artistic flowered carpet of about 2000 m², the protagonist of the historic event of the Infiorata.
Villages, ancient towns, villas, Medieval castles, and archaeological ruins animate the Regional Park of the Castelli Romani, in the Province of Rome.
Located in the Alban Hills, in the past the Castelli Romani were a favorite resort for the Capital's noble families as well as for Popes.9,500 hectares of protected land, many animal species, such as badgers, martens, peregrine falcons, porcupines, and especially the wolf (a key compoment in the local ecosystem) also call this their habitat.
Two other religious complexes to see are the Sanctuary of Santa Maria di Galloro and the deconsecrated Church of San Nicola di Bari.Equally-beautiful and intriguing are the remains of the ancient villas of Castel Gandolfo, the Albanum Domitiani (the country house of the emperor Domitian), and Villa Barberini and Villa Cybo, connected by a bridge and a loggia leading to the papal palace.Marino From Castel Gandolfo, once having traversed Wine Country that is Marino, we reach the last point on the journey: Frascati.Seventeen municipalities make up part of the Park of the Castelli Romani; however, for an already-exhaustive window onto the area, organize a tour of just six of them, beginning with Lanuvio, a Medieval village near Velletri. wines of the Lanugini Hills as they admire the intriguing exhibition of agricultural instruments used for winemaking.
Lanuvio The village center is surrounded by walls of peperino (a magmatic rock); passing through them, one enters an ancient atmosphere of homes, palaces and churches that have been perfectly-preserved. Do not miss the 15th-Century Baronial Mansion, built by the Colonna Family, and the nearby Fountain of the Scogli, designed by Carlo Fontana in 1675; also worthy of visits are the Medieval Collegiate Church of Santa Maria Maggiore, restored in the 17th Century, the Loreto Bridge (also in peperino) that dates back c.It also houses the most important astronomical observatory, known as "the Vatican Observatory." The surrounding countryside also boasts numerous valuable monuments: the Church of St.