In Latin its name was Lacus Prilis. It represented the great inlet that covered the plains of Grosseto from the Pliocene age (between 2.9 and 1.7 million years ago). At the time, the only islands that emerged from the water where those with the highest peaks, like the Uccellina Mountains in the...Read more..
Just a few steps from the main street, Corso Carducci, rests the Museum of Art and Archaeology of the Maremma in Piazza Baccarini. To be found in the museum is an ample selection of archaeological artefacts from Roselle and the restof the Maremma region, as well as many other temporary exhibits of...Read more..
Today, thanks to a legitimate love for the past, the quest for the customs, legends and traditions of a culture that, frequently left out of official books, is extremely important in the discovery of the essence of a community. The “merca” for example, was a proper ceremony in the past....Read more..
The entrance to the park is in Alberese, whose name can be derived from the antique monastery of Santa Maria in Monte Alborense. The ruins of the grand structure can be found within the territory of the park. This history of the area – a land that was very difficult to use in the past due its...Read more..