In this short article that talks about the Marmore Falls, we recommend that you provide more information on path number 1 and plan a visit to this incredibly beautiful place in Italy.
Path n.1 is one of the historical paths of the waterfall. Until a few years ago it was used by residents to reach the town of Marmore, as it allows the connection between the lower Belvedere and the upper Belvedere (the only one among the 5 trails in the area). Its construction, carried out using the excavation of the Paolino canal, dates back to the second half of the 18th century. (find out more)
More information on the Marmore Falls
The Marmore Falls are a series of artificial waterfalls located near the city of Terni, in Umbria, Italy. They are 165 meters high and were built by the Romans in 271 BC. for water purposes. Today the falls are a popular tourism spot and are open to the public for visiting and hiking. Their height and the force of the water create an impressive sight which attracts visitors from all over the world.
Join Travelling in Italy (official group) to see more photos and to send yours.