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About Terra

The South of Italy has a number of holiday destinations that are famous for their historical and cultural value including Terra di Lavoro. Situated in Lazio, the name literally refers to the “Land of Work” in the local tongue. This part of Southern Italy was originally associated with the old territory of Liburia which was located north of Aversa. Liburia was settled by the tribe known as Leoborini hence the name. When the Kingdom of Sicily was thriving, Terra di Lavoro had the status of a province. Once this kingdom was abolished and the Kingdom of Naples rose, the province retained its rank. In 1815, the Congress of Vienna took place resulting in Terra di Lavoro becoming a department in the Kingdom of the Two Sicilies. The unification of Italy was achieved in the 1860s turning Terra di Lavoro into a province of the Regno d’Italia of which Capua was the capital and later replaced by Caserta. Before the Republic of Italy came into being, this was a large province that had historic, cultural, economic and political significance in the region. Finally, the commune of central Terra di Lavoro was established in 1945 that included Aversa that was formerly a part of Naples. Meanwhile, Caserta was also granted provincial status in Italy. Over the centuries, this commune has withstood all kinds of political conflict and territorial changes to become a popular tourist destination in the country. Since the region of Lazio is known for its fertile soil, most of the residents are engaged in agricultural activities. There are crops that are best suited to the climate of Terra di Lavoro which are grown and exported to other areas. While travelling through the countryside, you will enjoy passing by the colorful orchards as well as vegetable fields. Like many regions of Italy, olive groves are found in abundance in Lazio. They are used in the most popular recipes of Terra di Lavoro especially salads and olive oil is a major export of the region. One of the most common sights of the countryside in Terra di Lavoro is the vineyards that look beautiful. Wine making is an old tradition that is proud to offer a number of local varieties of wine. Livestock rearing is another means of income in this part of the country as well as fishing. More than three quarters of the population of Lazio is engaged in the services sector. Tourists have a wonderful time visiting the historical sites and cultural festivals of Terra di Lavoro.        

Vacation rentals in Terra

There are many apartments in Terra di Lavoro that you may rent while on holiday in Italy. Visit the website of CuddlyNest to find convenient locations that provide easy access to the public transport and offer the authentic lifestyle experience of Lazio. The listings include comfortable houses in Terra di Lavoro where you will have all the modern facilities you like.

Tourist attractions in Terra

Luckily, Terra di Lavoro is well connected to the most famous historical places that are on every tourist’s must-see list while travelling in Italy. Make a great plan filled with adventure that includes museums, churches, ancient temples, theatres, market squares and more. Try out the food at the restaurants and cafés which are tucked away in the streets that retain the old charm of the Roman era.

Vatican Museums

Every fan of Christian art work and the Renaissance era must visit the Vatican Museums which were originally established by Pope Julius II. In the beginning of the 16th century, these museums were founded to display some of the most valuable art collections in the whole world. Overtime, the succeeding Popes expanded the collections found in them. It has been estimated that you have to walk nearly 7km to view the entirety of these fantastic artworks which is not possible to do so within a day.    

Roman Forum

The original Roman Forum was home to all the important administrative buildings, public spaces and temples in the Roman Empire. Today, you will be able to see the vast ruins that are all that is left of the true glory of this tourist attraction. It used to be a burial ground but the 7th century saw it rise to impressive heights in Roman society. The ruins suffered considerable plundering in the middle ages. Some must-see structures include the Temple of Saturn, Arco di Tito and the Curia.

Saint Peter's Basilica

The jewel in the crown of Rome is of course, Saint Peter’s Basilica which is a landmark of the city and no basilica can compare to it in grandeur. It was originally a church ordered by Constantine at the spot where Saint Peter was rumored to have been buried. Therefore, the foundation dates back to the 4th century. Saint Peter’s Basilica was built over 120 years and consecrated in 1626. The most illustrious artists of their time have contributed to the art displayed inside the building including Michelangelo and Bernini.  

Palatine Hill

The story of the twins Remus and Romulus raised by the female wolf is well known as the birth of Rome. As the myth unfolds, Romulus laid the foundation for Rome on the Palatino after killing his twin brother in anger. It is important to note that historians have explained the settlement of a village on the site of Rome dates back to the beginning of the Iron Age. The ruins on Palatine Hill including the old palace have a majestic backdrop of pine trees offering an unforgettable scene.   

Colosseum

One of the most famous things about the Roman Empire is the Games that took place at the Colosseum which is an open arena. It is estimated that this structure could accommodate almost 50,000 spectators in the old days. The Colosseum was known as the Flavian Amphitheatre and was inaugurated in 80AD. Historians reveal that it was not open-air like today but covered but covered by a gigantic canvas. The underground complex below held wild animals in cages handled by the bestiaries.   

 

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