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Rome, the 'Eternal City', is the capital and largest city of Italy and of the Lazio region.
Ostia is in Lazio, Italy, close to Rome's major airport of Fiumicino. Not far from the center of Rome, Ostia is a residential area, the capital's beach, and a well-known "Tourist Port" with moorings for boats from 8 to 60 metres in length.
Castelli Romani is an area of small towns southeast of Rome in Italy. The area of the Castelli is volcanic.
Leonardo da Vinci-Fiumicino Airport is in the Lazio of Italy. It is the main airport of Rome.
Lake Bracciano is a volcanic lake in the Italian region of Lazio, 32 km northwest of Rome.
Civitavecchia is a city in the province of Rome, region of Lazio, in central Italy.
Infernetto is a suburb of rome in Lazio, Italy. Infernetto has an ancient history starting with the Roman empire.
Fiumicino is a city in Lazio. This city is on the coast near to Rome, and close to the airport that bears its name.
Tivoli is a city in Lazio. Its two main attractions, Villa D'Este and Hadrian's Villa, are each individually worth a long journey.
The Sabine Hills is an area just north of Rome in Lazio in Italy. Perhaps most famous because its population fell victim to the “Rape of the Sabine women” by Rome, the hills have some interesting small towns.
Anzio is a city in Lazio, Italy, about 57 km south of Rome. It is a fishing port, a popular place for the people of Rome to have a fish lunch, and a harbour for ferries and hydroplanes to the islands of Ponza, Palmarola and Ventotene.
Cerveteri is a town in Lazio, Italy. It is notable for a very well-preserved Etruscan Necropolis, which is on the UNESCO World Heritage List.
Velletri is a city in the Lazio region of Italy. Velletri is a sizeable town with over 50,000 inhabitants.