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Flyup Project


The Flyup project allows a bird's-eye view of the Roman archaeological sites in the area identified as the Terre di San Valentino, in southern Umbria.

Flyup presupposes and requires the involvement of tourists who, to enjoy this view, must physically go to those places. It is a stimulus to the real visit of the archaeological heritage and / or the museum structure and an additional cognitive tool to frame it in the territorial context.

Flyup presupposes and requires the involvement of tourists who, to enjoy this view, must physically go to those places. It is a stimulus to the real visit of the archaeological heritage and / or the museum structure and an additional cognitive tool to frame it in the territorial context.

To locate these signs (georeferenced) just frame the QRcode of the point of interest on the map and follow the directions of the Google Maps application on every smartphone. Using this page, just click on the MAP relating to each point of interest to activate the search for the route to reach each single sign through Google Maps.

Archaeological areas


Ocriculum - Otricoli

Coming from Rome, Ocriculum was the first Umbrian town one came across when going along Via Flaminia. Due to its strategic position, along the consular road and close to one of the main Tiber ports, Ocriculum must have represented an important commercial hub in olden times.

Augustan Bridge

The Augustan Bridge with its four large arches, made it possible for Via Flaminia to cross the deep gorge of the Nera River to present day Narni Scalo.

Carsulae

Today, the ruins of the Roman town of Carsulae is an archeological area offering an immersive experience amongst the testimonies of its past and innovative techniques of virtual reality.

Fausto Amphitheatre

The amphitheatre lies in the south-western part of Terni and is the only Roman monument still largely preserved and open to visitors.

Curiano Canal

The Marmore Waterfall is known for its 165 meter drop which offers an amazing sight set in a natural context. In realty the Waterfall is the work of man and has controlled the flow of water over the course of two millennia

Map


All the Receptive Structures