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Listed under Historic Towns and Villages in Terni, Italy.

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The amount of history packed into Spoleto seems disproportionate to the size of the small Italian city. Its timeline began before the Roman Empire, more than 2500 years ago, and many ancient structures, either intact or in ruin, are still in evidence today. A 1st century BC Roman Bridge, Ponte Sanguinario, is one of the older structures, while 16th century Palazzos could be considered modern additions to the town. The three week Festival dei Due Mondi is a cultural celebration that puts Spoleto on the map for the rest of the world.

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Written by  Sarah Clise.

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