... to be taken to discover the surprising Tuscia land ...
The first possession of the State of the Church, renowned above all for its suggestive Amphiteatre, carved in the volcanic rock. It is interesting to see the Etrusco-Roman tombs along the Cassia road, also named Francigena during the Middle Age, when it was covered by the pilgrims on their way to Rome. Before entering the town through the Francigena gate, it is mandatory to admire the Madonna del Parto, a Mitreum transformed into a church and decorated by beautiful frescoes.