Marmore Waterfalls

The Marmore waterfalls, with their extraordinary beauty, look like a thunderous water column split into three springs, covering a 165mt drop and enveloping the surrounding vegetation with a cloud of white foam. From the Roman era, numerous man made transformations on its natural habitat permitted the reclamation of several marshy areas, giving the waterfall its present image. During the 16th and 17th centuries it became an obligatory stop during the Grand Tour, the journey that European aristocrats used to undertake to improve their education.

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