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History and teachings
It is a man-made waterfall created by the ancient Romans. Its total height is 165 m (541 feet), making it the second tallest man-made waterfall in the world. Its source is a portion of the waters of the river Velino (the rest of the river flows into a hydroelectric power plant), after flowing through Piediluco lake near the community of Marmore (italian). It pours into the valley below formed by the river Nera.
The Marmore Waterfall is unique because his jump of 165 meters is the highest in Europe. It is unique because a real river, the Velino, pounces on another great river, the Nera. Most of the opening of the waterfall is an event and its expectation is the opportunity to immerse themselves in a park equipped.
recommended for all; general; doesn’t require prior knowledge; accessible; affordable
Located 7.7 km from Terni, a provincial capital of the Italian region of Umbria.
Accessible by public transportation;
Guided tours available in different languages. Safety meausures covered.
Assessibility for disabled;
Ticket entrance required.