Astronomical Observatory

In 1965 an astronomical observatory was established in Monte Porzio for scientific investigation purposes. The building had been designed in 1939 with the rationalist style of the period. Originally this area was the Roman villa of Matilda Augusta, cousin of Emperor Hadrian. The Centre is equipped with Astrolab and other Read more…

Fasti Verolani

In 1922, during the construction of a house in the center of Veroli, a slab was found that covered an ancient tomb of an early Christian cemetery. This slab dates back to the first century AD and reported the first three months of the Roman calendar with the indication of Read more…

Astronomical Observatory

The Observatory, dedicated to Emiliano Nardone, is positioned high above the Gorges of Melfa, away from the turmoil of artificial light. It is used to satisfy scientific curiosity of those who want to learn about the world beyond the earth and it is open both day and night.

Astronomical Observatory

A 9 metre Planetarium, a 50 cm telescope, a permanent exhibition, a conference room, a media library, and all the wonders of the Universe makes this a pearl of the Lepini Mountains. It offers a Course in Astronomy and participates in Science Week, the International Moon-Watching and the European night Read more…

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Planetary trail

The Mount Terminillo Planetary Trail is a nature trail for walkers with an astronomical theme. Along the way, the journey is told of a photon, the elemental particle of light coming from the Sun and reaching Pluto, the last known planet across the entire solar system, in its ten stopping Read more…