In the old times the Via Flaminia
was the most important road connecting Rome to the Adriatic Sea and Northern Italy. Its outline through the Province of Pesaro and Urbino went across the present towns of Cantiano, Cagli, Furlo (where you can visit the ancient galleria
and part of the structure of the road within the amazing setting of the Furlo Gorge), Fossombrone, Fano and Pesaro.
Along the Via Flaminia
there are several archeological sites (Forum Sempronii
near Fossombrone, Pontericcioli near Cantiano), and the mosaics in Pesaro Basilica
and the Bronzi dorati
museum in Pergola, as well as many archeological museums.
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