Roman ruins in Northern Italy?

Old Jan 29th, 2008, 07:57 AM
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Roman ruins in Northern Italy?

We will be in the Bozen area this summer, and while I have found plenty of castles to visit, I would also like to visit some Roman ruins. Are there any that far north? I know of the Arena in Verona, but aside from that, I am unable to find anything. Thanks for any suggestions.

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Old Jan 29th, 2008, 10:30 AM
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There are Roman ruins in Aosta - but it's completely in the western edge of Italy vs Bozen.
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Verona has some other Roman items aside from the arena--ampitheater, bridge, and even bits of roads things area visible and surrounded by protective railings when you're wandering the city center.
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There are Roman ruins in the Lake Garda area: Lonato, Monte Mario, Pozzo.
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