5 Sights in Terni, Italy (with Map and Images)


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Explore interesting sights in Terni, Italy. Click on a marker on the map to view details about it. Underneath is an overview of the sights with images. A total of 5 sights are available in Terni, Italy.

Sightseeing Tours in Terni

1. Chiesa di Sant'Antonio di Padova

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The Sanctuary of St. Anthony of Padua and the Franciscan Holy Protomartyrs is a Catholic place of worship in Terni, a parish building since 1923. It is generally considered the "working-class" parish because of its location, between the station and the steel mills, which usually makes it a destination for workers and, at the same time, a place open to hospitality and charity, following the spirit of the Franciscan community.

Wikipedia: Chiesa di Sant'Antonio di Padova (Terni) (IT)

2. Museo Archeologico

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The Archaeological Museum of Terni collects exclusively the finds that were owned by Elia Rossi Passavanti, highly decorated for military valor and podestà of Terni in 1928. When he died in 1985, he left the building in Via Carrara and all its archaeological finds to the city of Terni and its foundation for the awarding of deserving workers and students.

Wikipedia: Museo archeologico di Terni (IT)

3. Anfiteatro Fausto

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The Amphitheater Fausto or in Latin, Amphitheatrum Faustus is the amphitheater located in the historic center of Terni, at the time called Interamna Nahars. It is also the main and best preserved archaeological monument of the Roman era in the city. Subject to numerous restoration works since the seventies, it could hold 10,000 spectators.

Wikipedia: Anfiteatro Fausto (IT)

4. Collegiata di Santa Maria Maggiore

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Collegiata di Santa Maria Maggiore

The collegiate church of Santa Maria Maggiore is a church in Collescipoli, a hamlet of Terni, a monumental village of five hundred inhabitants, barricaded on a hill due to its strategic position between the Via Flaminia and the Salaria, an observation point for the defense of the nearby capital.

Wikipedia: Collegiata di Santa Maria Maggiore (Collescipoli) (IT)

5. Lancia di Luce

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The Spear of Light is an obelisk by the Italian sculptor Arnaldo Pomodoro made from 1984 to 1991. The work is now on display in the Umbrian town of Terni. The obelisk is 30 meters high and measures 5 meters on each side at the base.

Wikipedia: Lancia di luce (IT)


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