Via del Nazareno, 9/a
The Aqua Virgo is the only ancient aqueduct still functioning in Rome. It was originally built in 19 BC to supply the Baths of Agrippa in Campus Martius. The visit focuses on the remains on Via del Nazareno.
(min 10 - max 20 people per visit)
Reservation required �" Tel. 060608
Guided tours organised by the M’Arte Association:
“The Path of Water in Rione Trevi”: an unusual walk in the Trevi district that starts from via del Nazareno where lie the ruins of the Acquedotto Vergine, the hydraulic system of ancient Rome that still feeds some of the most beautiful fountains in the historic centre. (Acquedotto Vergine �" Fountains of the Trevi District).
Saturday 3, 18, 25 July; 28 August; 4, 18, 26 September, h. 18.00
(entrance to the Vicus Caprarius).
“The City of Water in Rione Trevi: Acquedotto Vergine and Vicus Caprarius”: only a stone’s throw from the Trevi Fountain begins a fascinating journey on the water in ancient Rome, from the remains of the Acquedotto Vergine on via del Nazareno, to the archaeological complex Caprarius of Vicus.
11 and 31 July; 6 August; 12 September, h. 18.00
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