Piazza Sant'Agostino, Ascoli Piceno, medieval palace

Piazza Sant'Agostino, Ascoli Piceno, medieval palace

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Ascoli Piceno, via Pretoriana beautiful street downtown the city

Ascoli Piceno, via Pretoriana beautiful street downtown the city

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Historical building in Ascoli Piceno

Historical building in Ascoli Piceno

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Ascoli Piceno, marche region, view over the main square, Piazza del Popolo

Ascoli Piceno, marche region, view over the main square, Piazza del Popolo

Ascoli Piceno, marche region, main square of the city, Piazza del Popolo by night

Ascoli Piceno, marche region, main square of the city, Piazza del Popolo by night

Ascoli Piceno, main square, Piazza del Popolo view by night

Ascoli Piceno, main square, Piazza del Popolo view by night

Fort Malatesta in Ascoli Piceno, one of the most important and spectacular examples of Renaissance fortified architecture in Italy. Destroyed and re-built many times, in 1349 Galeotto Malatesta, Commander of the Ascoli militia in the war against Fermo. Re-opened in 2010 after 10 years of reconstruction is now a museum

Fort Malatesta in Ascoli Piceno, one of the most important and spectacular examples of Renaissance fortified architecture in Italy. Destroyed and re-built many times, in 1349 Galeotto Malatesta, Commander of the Ascoli militia in the war against Fermo. Re-opened in 2010 after 10 years of reconstruction is now a museum

Roman Bridge of Solestà. Built during the Augustan age, this impressive specimen of Roman engineering is one of the most well preserved Roman bridges found in Europe. The bridge connects the center of the city with the neighborhood of Porta Cappuccina, which is naturally separated from town by the river Tronto that flows beneath. Measuring 62 meters long and 25 meters tall, the bridge is quite impressive for the time in which it was built

Roman Bridge of Solestà. Built during the Augustan age, this impressive specimen of Roman engineering is one of the most well preserved Roman bridges found in Europe. The bridge connects the center of the city with the neighborhood of Porta Cappuccina, which is naturally separated from town by the river Tronto that flows beneath. Measuring 62 meters long and 25 meters tall, the bridge is quite impressive for the time in which it was built

Roman Bridge of Solestà. Built during the Augustan age, this impressive specimen of Roman engineering is one of the most well preserved Roman bridges found in Europe. The bridge connects the center of the city with the neighborhood of Porta Cappuccina, which is naturally separated from town by the river Tronto that flows beneath. Measuring 62 meters long and 25 meters tall, the bridge is quite impressive for the time in which it was built

Roman Bridge of Solestà. Built during the Augustan age, this impressive specimen of Roman engineering is one of the most well preserved Roman bridges found in Europe. The bridge connects the center of the city with the neighborhood of Porta Cappuccina, which is naturally separated from town by the river Tronto that flows beneath. Measuring 62 meters long and 25 meters tall, the bridge is quite impressive for the time in which it was built

Minor cloister of San Francesco's Church in Ascoli Piceno, marche region

Minor cloister of San Francesco's Church in Ascoli Piceno, marche region

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