If you haven’t seen enough archeological ruins in Rome, and you want more… no problem, before Rome became the capital of a huge Empire there were many other cities vying for power and land. Those which weren’t totally destroyed by the Romans can still be visited. In Cerveteri and Tarquinia, for instance you can still see incredibly richly painted Etruscan tombs. In Ostia, just south of Rome, there are more Roman ruins than in the Forum!
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