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Terni Tourism: Best of Terni

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The city of Terni has an elevation of 130 m (430 ft) is located in the county of Terni (TR); has as Patron saint Saint Valentine and the Saint day is February 14. Terni has Acquapalombo, Appecano, Battiferro, Cecalocco, Cesi, Collegiacone, Collescipoli, Collestatte, Giuncano Alto, Giuncano Scalo, Marmore, Miranda, Papigno, Piediluco, Poggio Lavarino, Polenaco, Porzano, Pracchia, Rocca San Zenone, San Carlo, San Liberatore, Titurano, Torreorsina as wards and the demonym of natives is "Ternani".

In Terni there are 7 accomodation. You may visit 22 places of interest.
Guide written by the community written by Chiara Guzzetti

The impressive monument stands between Guglielmi avenue and Corso del Popolo. The obelisk, composed entirely of cast steel, reaches a height of thirty meters and was built to mark the centenary of the founding of the Steel City. The final implementation dates back to 1995. Symbol of Terni’s industry, its positive aspects but also negative ones are clearly identifiable through the myriad of fractures, light and shade... continue

Guide written by the community written by Chiara Guzzetti

Terni is a modern city, characterized by wide avenues and tidy streets, here you can perrceive the plan based on the typical Roman Cardo and decumanus; many buildings faces were built after the war, while some are much older. The city center, very pleasant to walk in, reveals unexpected corners where interesting artistic monuments of the past and other eras show up. The main roads to go to find these angles are... continue

Guide written by the community written by Andrew adams

The present building dates to the early sixteenth century, but inside the building were found parts of the structure was medievally decorated. Over the centuries and in the early seventeenth century it had been completely restored. In 1630 the relics of St Valentine were kept in an urn currently placed under the altar, in sight. The front line of the eighteenth century, is characterized by a portal in the lower band... continue

Guide written by the community written by Chiara Guzzetti

Recently I had the privilege of visiting Narni Underground. If you liked Dan Brown's books, come meet a real person who is making these kind of discoveries, not fictional ones! Roberto Nini and his friends were just kids when in the 70s' they discovered this hidden jewel: a base of operations for the Catholic Inquisition. What I also found remarkable was that it is recent and unique (there are very few testimonies... continue

Guide written by the community written by Chiara Guzzetti

It 'a spectacle of water and noise. In three jumps the Velino fills an altitude of 165 meters and flows into the Nera river. It is an artificial waterfall, built by the ancient Romans to reclaim the plain of Rieti and is currently being kept open for tourism and for certain times of day. There is also a nature trail which takes visitors up close, from below and from the lookout above. A wonder to visit at any age,... continue

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