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A calming spot with CATS! - Cimitero Acattolico per Stranieri, Rome Traveller Reviews - TripAdvisor

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Chiusi (Etruscan name: Clevsin, Roman: Clusium), located in central Italy, was an important Etruscan town from the 7th to 2nd century BCE. Relations with the Romans famously soured when the king of Chiusi, Lars Porsenna, attacked Rome at the end of the 6th century BCE and contributed to the ending of Rome's monarchy.

Chiusi (Etruscan name: Clevsin, Roman: Clusium), located in central Italy, was an important Etruscan town from the 7th to 2nd century BCE. Relations with the Romans famously soured when the king of Chiusi, Lars Porsenna, attacked Rome at the end of the 6th century BCE and contributed to the ending of Rome's monarchy.

Looking for the best hotels in Italy? We consider ourselves experts on travel in Italy and have stayed in all manner of accommodation. Italy certainly embodies most travel dreams with its history, world famous cuisine, rustic countryside, and flamboyant culture.

Looking for the best hotels in Italy? We consider ourselves experts on travel in Italy and have stayed in all manner of accommodation. Italy certainly embodies most travel dreams with its history, world famous cuisine, rustic countryside, and flamboyant culture.

According to island legends, the bell’s power to grant wishes stems from the tragic story of the widow Poliksena, who lived on Bled Island in the 16th Century. Upon learning of the death of her husband, she gathered her gold and silver and cast a bell in memoriam; however, a terrible storm sank the bell, the boat and the boatmen as it was being delivered. Inconsolable, the widow moved to Rome and became a nun. Upon her death, it’s said that the Pope in power at the time, Pope Clement VII…

According to island legends, the bell’s power to grant wishes stems from the tragic story of the widow Poliksena, who lived on Bled Island in the 16th Century. Upon learning of the death of her husband, she gathered her gold and silver and cast a bell in memoriam; however, a terrible storm sank the bell, the boat and the boatmen as it was being delivered. Inconsolable, the widow moved to Rome and became a nun. Upon her death, it’s said that the Pope in power at the time, Pope Clement VII…

Plans for 2017: Never. Stop. Exploring. ✌🏼️25 secret small towns in Europe.

Plans for 2017: Never. Stop. Exploring. ✌🏼️25 secret small towns in Europe.

A calming spot with CATS! - Cimitero Acattolico per Stranieri, Rome Traveller Reviews - TripAdvisor

A calming spot with CATS! - Cimitero Acattolico per Stranieri, Rome Traveller Reviews - TripAdvisor

A calming spot with CATS! - Cimitero Acattolico per Stranieri, Rome Traveller Reviews - TripAdvisor

A calming spot with CATS! - Cimitero Acattolico per Stranieri, Rome Traveller Reviews - TripAdvisor

A calming spot with CATS! - Cimitero Acattolico per Stranieri, Rome Traveller Reviews - TripAdvisor

A calming spot with CATS! - Cimitero Acattolico per Stranieri, Rome Traveller Reviews - TripAdvisor

A calming spot with CATS! - Cimitero Acattolico per Stranieri, Rome Traveller Reviews - TripAdvisor

A calming spot with CATS! - Cimitero Acattolico per Stranieri, Rome Traveller Reviews - TripAdvisor

A calming spot with CATS! - Cimitero Acattolico per Stranieri, Rome Traveller Reviews - TripAdvisor

A calming spot with CATS! - Cimitero Acattolico per Stranieri, Rome Traveller Reviews - TripAdvisor

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