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Discover 6 places to see in Acqui Terme

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ROMAN AQUEDUCT ARCHES OF AQUAE STATIELLAE

Roman aqueduct arches stand just outside the town of Acqui Terme along the right bank of river Bormida and constitute one of the most characteristic elements of Acqui.


The construction of the Roman aqueduct can be traced back to the first Imperial age, perhaps even at the Augustan age (early 1st century AD). There are currently two large sections of the original structure, consisting of seven and eight brick pillars, square-based, rastremantisi progressively upward with a series of regular riseghe, to a height of about 15 m. The pylons supporting arches to sixth floor (there are four) 3.35 m ra


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PALEOLOGI CASTLE-MUSEO CIVICO ARCHEOLOGICO

Preserves prehistoric remains, Medieval period and of the Roman period between the 1st and the 2nd century a.d.


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THE BOILING

The Boiling is an elegant newsstand-octagonal Temple opened in 1879 in the homonymous square. This eclectic language structure highlights a thermal source from which water gushes out sulphurous-salty-bromine-iodic at 74.5°. A local legend relates the custom of the city of Acqui to dip for a few moments the newborn babies in Hot source: who survive, according to the folk tale, it is named "sgaiento", that is seared. Known and used since Roman times, the Hot source is used primarily in acquesi care. Next to Hot you can see also the civic tower built in 1763 on the foundations of a port of the an


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MUSEUM "ERNESTO AND MARIO FERRARI" IRON CRAFTSMEN

Documentation on activities, 20 's of the 20th century, the workshop of Ernesto and Mario Ferrari


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SHANGRI-LA-ECOLOGICAL MOVEMENT

The Museum is managed by Shangri-La ECOLOGICAL MOVEMENT, born in 1965 (the middle ages for the environmentalists). Bears witness to the history and work of our ancestors with work tools collected in thirty years of research.
The Shangri-La Ecological Movement has never been a business ecology but, for survival of the Museum and the movement itself is forced to sell part of the objects, we can count a total of 2,700,000 pieces placed in an area of 5000 m2:
Antiques, gifts, work tools, crafts, Collectables, collectors items.




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ARCHAEOLOGICAL SITE OF THE ROMAN POOL

The large pool was an important sector of a large spa complex Imperial age whose remains were identified at the current baths. Found in 1913 during the construction of the new arcades, just south of the Hotel Nuove Terme, the structure was only partially explored before being partially reinterrata and partly incorporated into the basement of the building, then under construction. More excavations in the 70 's showed the presence of other notable structures that were already assume a complex extension northwards. Only with the latest research interventions, however, finally arrived at a complet


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