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This small ruin and accompanying temple are two of the oldest sites in Italian history, predating Rome as a regional power and reaching back to the time when Greek culture pervaded parts of the Italian peninsula. These are two small but powerful reminders of how...More
The temple overlooks the Gregoriana Park and the best views of it are from there where it sits above the cascade on the skyline. You can exit the park by the temple to inspect it more closely. Nice circular form and impressive situation. The Sibilla...More
We nipped in to look at this site because the Parco gates were open. It's a bit hemmed in on one side by the terrace of a posh restaurant of the same name but the proportions of the circular structure are classically beautiful.
This beautiful round temple is next to our favorite restaurant of this trip, Sibilla. The temple and the views of the gorge, waterfalls and mountain side are stunning. Finding the very authentic town of Tivoli and also this beautiful vantage point was a highlight of...More
The two temples conserved, the Sybil and the Vesta are within the so called the Acropolis of Tibur. It covers a space that stretches out until the northern edge of the city, a rocky cliff almost above the ancient falls of the Aniene River.
Wonderfully simple small temple on a rocky outcrop above the river. Amazing setting. We had the good fortune to be eating in the Sibilla restaurant so had the temple next to our table for a good few hours.