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Gothic sites in Italy: Gothic sites in Emilia-Romagna, Gothic sites in Lazio, Gothic sites in Lombardy, Gothic sites in Piedmont (Inglés) Tapa blanda – 14 ago 2011

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Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Pages: 46. Chapters: Gothic sites in Emilia-Romagna, Gothic sites in Lazio, Gothic sites in Lombardy, Gothic sites in Piedmont, Gothic sites in Tuscany, Gothic sites in Umbria, Pisa, Perugia, Benevento, Viterbo, Velletri, Gaeta, Terracina, Spoleto, Todi, Ivrea, Cesena, Pordenone, Republic of Pisa, Crema, Lombardy, Acquapendente, Montagnana, San Marco. Excerpt: Velletri (; Latin Velitrae) is an Italian town of 53,298 inhabitants. It is a comune in the province of Rome, on the Alban Hills, in Lazio (Latium) - Italy. It is bounded by other communes of Rocca di Papa, Lariano, Cisterna di Latina, Artena, Aprilia, Nemi, Genzano di Roma, Lanuvio. Its motto is: Est mihi libertas papalis et imperialis. It was an ancient city of the Volsci tribe, and its status was influential in the time of King Ancus Marcius, enough to be on a par with Rome and has been the site of two historical battles in 1744 and 1849. In the Middle Ages it was one of the few "free cities" in Lazio and central Italy. Today, Velletri is home to a circuit court and a prison, in addition to several colleges and high schools. It is the terminus of the Rome-Velletri railway, inaugurated by Pius IX in 1863, and the city is one of the centers through which the Via Appia Nuova passes through. The territory of Velletri stretches between two distinct areas. The northern part is situated on the southern foothills of the Colli Albani range and was geologically formed about 150,000 years ago, after the collapse of the Volcano Laziale caldera. The southern boundary forms around Agro Pontino, whose reclamation started at the time of Pope Pius VI and was accomplished during the regime of Benito Mussolini. According to the classification given by the Geological Survey of Italy, much of the territory consists of ground-type LPS, or paleosols, the rest is mainly composed of soils lp, lapilli, ...

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