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* <see name="The Etruscan necropolis " alt="" address="" directions="" phone="" email="" fax="" url="" hours="" price="">At first sight, you may well be disappointed. You only see a barren piece of land with what look like workers' huts on a building site. However, each covers a set of steps going down to a tomb and you can turn on a light to see through the glass. Each tomb has a painting. Some are well preserved: others less so but when you consider that the paintings are 2500+ years old it is quite an amazing experience. Some of the better wall paintings have been removed to museums; if you cannot get to Tarquinia do not miss Rome's Etruscan Museum at Villa Giulia ([[Rome/North_Center]])</see>
To visit Tarquinia and the province of Viterbo (Tuscia) you can use this app with various contents
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