7 Sights in Tivoli, Italy (with Map and Images)
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1. Santuario di Ercole Vincitore
The sanctuary of Hercules Victor is one of the major complexes of Roman architecture in the Republican era. It is part of the typology of the so-called Hellenistic sanctuaries, dating back to the II-I centuries BC and built on the wave of the great cultural influence exerted by Hellenistic culture after the definitive Roman conquest of Greece. Located in Tivoli, it is the largest of the Italic sanctuaries dedicated to Hercules and the second in the Mediterranean after that of Gades in Spain. It was built between the last decades of the second century BC and 82 BC. Further interventions took place, especially in the area of the theater, in the Augustan era. Suetonius tells that here Augustus administered justice on numerous occasions, under the arcades of the sanctuary.
2. Chiesa di Santa Maria Maggiore
The church of Santa Maria Maggiore is a place of Catholic worship in Tivoli, located in Piazza Trento, in the Santa Croce district. It is one of the most important sacred buildings in the city and also includes the convent, in which the Benedictines of Farfa, the Friars Minor Conventual (1256-1461) and the Friars Minor Observant followed one another.
3. Tempio della Tosse
The Temple of the Cough is a Roman building located on the ancient Via Tiburtina in Tivoli. It is located at the Aniene, near the sanctuary of Ercole Vincitore and the lower portion of Villa d'Este, outside the door called "del Colle". Near it there is also a paper mill, now abandoned, built on the structures of the temple of Hercules.
4. Anfiteatro di Bleso
The Amphitheatre of Bleso is an ancient Roman amphitheatre in Tivoli, dating back to the second century of the imperial age; is located within the city center and adjacent to 2 other historical and artistic complexes such as the Rocca Pia and the Scuderie Estensi.
5. Villa d'Este
The Villa d'Este is a 16th-century villa in Tivoli, near Rome, famous for its terraced hillside Italian Renaissance garden and especially for its profusion of fountains. It is now an Italian state museum, and is listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
6. Tempio della Sibilla
The Temple of the Sibyl is an ancient Roman temple located on the Acropolis of Tivoli, near the famous Temple of Vesta. Despite the attribution of the temple to the sibyl Albunea, the divinity to whom it was dedicated is not well known.
7. Tomba dei Plauzi
The Mausoleum of the Plauzi, near Tivoli, is a monumental tomb dating back to the very first century AD. The oldest inscription recalls in fact Marcus Plautius Silvanus, consul in 2 a. C. with Emperor Augustus.
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