What an interesting town. A combination of mediaeval, Gothic and Renaissance structures built of a gray limestone.
I have to admit that I’ve never heard of this town before, even though its origings are very, but very ancient…
Just knowing that it has an old Roman Theatre built in the 1 century BC (that was actually the second largest theatre in the whole Roman Empire, after the theatre of Marcellus in Rome) tells how important used to be this town.
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