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Monday, April 02, 2018

Arpino: a little town in central Italy
by Arunas Travel Photography - 1

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Arpino is a little town, located in the province of Frosinone, in the Latin Valley, region of Lazio in central Italy, between Rome and Naples.



Five interesting facts about Arpino:

  • It dates back to the 7th century BC.
  • It received full privileges (civitas cum suffragio) in 188 B.C.
  • It was the birthplace of the Roman philosopher and orator, Marcus Tullius Cicero (106–43 BC).
  • There are remains of the ancient Roman roads, Via Latina and Via dell'Aquila Romana.
  • The ancient polygonal walls, which are still finely preserved, are among the best in Italy.

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Old street, Arpino
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Old buildings, Arpino
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The Church of Santa Maria di Civita (built in the 18th century), Arpino
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Two old streets, Arpino
Old street
Old pedestrian street, Arpino
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Old street, Arpino
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Old pedestrian street stairs, Arpino
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Old pedestrian street stairs, Arpino
Old street
Old pedestrian street, Arpino
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Old pedestrian street, Arpino
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Old wall arch, Arpino
Old wall
Old wall, Arpino
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Old pedestrian street, Arpino
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Old street, Arpino
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Old pedestrian street, Arpino
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Old pedestrian street, Arpino
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View of Arpino
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View of Arpino
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Landscape of the province of Frosinone, Arpino
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Landscape of the province of Frosinone, Arpino


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1 comment

  1. I love the architecture and the way the buildings are like built together. The old pedestrian streets are something I'd love to see along with the old buildings and pedestrian steps.

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