Terni between ancient and modern
Located in the south-eastern part of Umbria, surrounded by an amphitheater of hills, Terni lies on a vast plain at the confluence of the Serra river with the Nera river. Starting from the second half of the 1800s, the city was one of the first in Italy to take part in that industrial revolution which earned it the nickname “Italian Manchester”, thanks to the enormous energy source of the Marmore Falls, naturalistic park together with the Piediluco lake. In its surroundings there are also many testimonies of the glorious past of the territory.
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