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Cascata delle Marmore Belvedere Superiore

Vocabolo Cascata, 05100 Marmore TR, Italy

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About Cascata delle Marmore Belvedere Superiore

The Cascata Delle Marmore is a waterfall located about 7 km away from Terni, in Umbria, almost at the end of the Valnerina, the long valley carved by the Nera river. It is a controlled flow waterfall, one of the highest in Europe, being able to count on a total height difference of 165  m , divided into three jumps, inserted in a large natural park. The name derives from the calcium carbonate salts present on the rocks which are similar to white marble.



Attractions near Cascata delle Marmore Belvedere Superiore

Marmore Falls0.03km from Cascata delle Marmore Belvedere Superiore

Marmore Falls, a mass of water that falls from a height of about 165 meters, which is a mix of natural beauty, human intelligence and fairytales. This waterway is the tallest human-made waterfall in the world. It’s impressive stature is a 2,000-year-old testament to human engineering.

Nera River Park1.74km from Cascata delle Marmore Belvedere Superiore

The Nera is a 116-kilometer long river that flows almost entirely in Umbria, Italy. It is the largest tributary to the Tiber, its sources are in the Monti Sibillini east of Foligno. It flows southward past Terni and Narni. It joins the Tiber near Orte. Its largest tributaries are the Velino and the Corno.

Lago di Piediluco3.7km from Cascata delle Marmore Belvedere Superiore

The Piediluco Lake is located in ' Central Italy: its shores lies the village of Piediluco, a hamlet of Terni. Located in the south-eastern offshoots of Umbria , with a branch that borders on Lazio , the Piediluco lake, even if it is 1.85 km², can be considered the largest natural lake basin in the region after Trasimeno. The name seems to be able to be interpreted as "at the foot of the sacred wood". Together with the Lungo , Ripasottile and Ventina lakes located in the province of Rieti.

Rocca Di Narni16.44km from Cascata delle Marmore Belvedere Superiore

The Rocca Albornoziana of Narni is a stronghold located in the homonymous city, in southern Umbria.  It was built in 1367 for defensive purposes at the behest of Cardinal Egidio Albornoz and is located at 332 m asl. It dominates the town and the valley of the Nera river from a very favorable strategic position. It overlooks, on one side, the Ternana basin, being able to easily control the access roads to Perugia, Amelia, and Terni; on the other side, it faces the SSO, dominating the via Flaminia

Narni Sotterranea16.79km from Cascata delle Marmore Belvedere Superiore

Narni underground is a complex of hypogea rediscovered since 1977, consisting for the most part of water cisterns and rooms used for different uses, both by the population and by the monastic orders. Some of them are now open to the public. The historic center of Narni is full of artificial cavities, especially cisterns to collect and store water. For this reason, in 1981 the first-ever conference on artificial cavities was organized in the city, which traced a path followed by many archaeologic

Ponte delle torri20.35km from Cascata delle Marmore Belvedere Superiore

The Ponte delle Torri is an arch bridge derived from a Roman aqueduct located in Spoleto.  The structure crosses the path of the Tessino stream and reconnects what tectonic activity and linear erosion of the stream have divided.  At the two ends of the bridge, there are two fortresses, the Rocca Albornoziana and the Fortilizio dei Mulini, built to watch over the bridge and active as a mill until the 19th century. The name Ponte Delle Torri could allude to the towers of the two fortresses or to t

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The region of Umbria is in central Italy and is an attractive destination for a low-key, pleasant holiday.  It is one of the few Italian regions to have no coastline, and its countryside is green and fertile, much of it wooded and hilly. Umbria is often described as a walkers' paradise.