Roselle

Roselle

This site is historically and culturally deep; the ruined architecture here was started by the Etruscans, continued by the Romans, and finished with the construction of a Paleo-Christian church. (Today, it’s a McDonalds…just kidding.) The Etruscan remnants include a still-imposing boundary wall that was built between the 6th and 7th centuries B.C.

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