Vulci

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42° 25′ 48″ N, 11° 37′ 54″ E

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Vulci is an Etruscan city which began to expand in the 8th century BC and was surrounded by a 6.5 km wall.

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Vulci is an Etruscan city which began to expand in the 8th century BC and was surrounded by a 6.5 km wall.

The Ponte dell’Abbadia is a 30 m high bridge over the Fiora River completed in 90 BC and leading to the Castello dell’Abbadia a former Cistercain Monastery.

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