Viterbo "City of Popes". In the San Pellegrino district, the largest medieval village in Europe, an imposing 13th century tower called Torre Scacciaricci, which overlooks the characteristic portico of the main square of the district itself, the Palazzo degli Alessandri and the Church of S. Pellegrino. The property in its height is divided into nine floors, and through an internal connection, at its base includes a nice apartment currently used as a b & b with the rarity of a private garage. Torre Scacciaricci is the highest of the various towers in the San Pellegrino district, and rises along the homonymous via San Pellegrino in the heart of the medieval quarter. Its location is leaning against a continuous succession of ancient houses, with arches, balconies, ladders and towers, which raise their mighty peaks to the sky and take us back in time with the imagination. It is an ideal place for those who want to immerse themselves in an atmosphere of dreams and memories of Italian history. There are numerous attractions in Viterbo and nearby, starting with the "car of S. Rosa" carried on back every September 3, from the "Terme dei Papi", from the "Roman theater" of Ferento, from the numerous and important others villages, such as: Civita di Bagnoregio "the dying city", Tarquinia with its Etruscan tombs, Tuscania with the "Queen's tomb" and the two ancient churches of S. Maria Maggiore and S. Pietro, Celleno with the "ghost village ", Vitorchiano with the" suspended village ", Soriano nel Cimino with the Orsini castle, the Chigi palace and the beech forest, Bomarzo with the" Monster Park "and the" Etruscan pyramid ", Bolsena with its lake, Bagnaia with the Villa Lante jewel of the Renaissance, Caprarola with the Palazzo Farnese. Rome, Orvieto, Siena and the Tyrrhenian coast are also within easy reach.
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