On Sunday 19 June, on the occasion of the European Archeology Days, it will be possible to visit the Roman Villa of Almese and the Roman Villa of Caselette to discover how the Romans lived in the Susa Valley in the first century AD. rooms of the villas and immerse yourself in the atmosphere of two of the most important suburban residential complexes of the Roman era in Piedmont.
The guided tours, led by archaeologists and volunteers from the Ar.c.A. of Almese, will lead to the discovery of Roman architecture and culture in the period of life of the two Villas. In addition, visitors will be welcomed, as well as by volunteers from the Ar.c.A. association, by the director in charge of the Superintendence of Archeology, Fine Arts and Landscape for the Metropolitan City of Turin.
The Roman Villa of Almese, located in Grange di Rivera, will be open to visitors from 16.00 to 19.00 with the first visit departing at 16.00 while the second is scheduled at 17.30.
The Roman Villa of Caselette will be open to visitors from 4.30 to 7.30 pm with the first visit departing at 4.30 pm, the second at 5.30 pm and the last at 6.30 pm.
The day is promoted by the Ar.c.A. (Art, Archeology and Culture in Almese) with the patronage of the municipality of Almese, the patronage of the municipality of Caselette, in collaboration with the Magnetto Foundation, Finder S.p.A, Univoca, Treasures of Alpine art and culture and the Archaeological Superintendency of Fine Arts and Landscape for the Metropolitan City of Turin.
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