The Formina is a wide network of
burrows and corridors realized in Roman epoch to the purpose to furnish
constant water provisioning to the city of Narni. The aqueduct is fed
from six sources and it extends along a run of over 13 kilometres. It starts
from a cistern situated near the village of Sant'Urbano, reaching the
centre of the city and culminating in a huge tank of distribution. Other piping
conduct to the great cistern that is found in the subsoil of Piazza Garibaldi,
which the visitors can access through a stairway.
The ancient city of Narni
The city of Narni
is without doubt
one of the most fascinating and suggestive of whole Umbria
. In its urban
structure are integrated and melt wonderful Roman...
The other Narni
At the end of the '70s the Spelaeologic
discovered a net of underground places during a
recognition in the Convent of San Domenico
Narni: the Abbazia di San Cassiano
Some of its peculiarities make it a really
unique example in its kind. The plant of the Church of San Cassiano
Greek cross, and the dominant style is Byzantine...
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