The historical walls of Senigallia are an identity monument of the city, although they are less known. Of the ancient fortified walls, both the sixteenth-century one of Guidobaldo from the Rovere, and the eighteenth-century one of the “Ampliamento”, the track is preserved almost entirely, even if it’s not a lot visible, hidden by the buildings or vegetation.
The guided route on izi.TRAVEL stops near the ramparts and every other trace of the ancient fortifications.
In each stop point, apart from those indicated, there is a column with texts of in-depth, accompanied by a historical documentation, maps, photos and photos of the period that illustrate the events related to the construction of the walls and the history of the city.
We thank the architect Paola Raggi for the elaboration of the texts and the route.
|Cupramontana; visit to the historical center de en it nl||31.1km||site_izi|
|Senigallia Mini Tour de en it||0.5km||site_izi|
|Buildings and Monuments en it||0.2km||site_izi|
|The historical Churches en it||0.4km||site_izi|
|– Find your point of interest – de en it||0.4km||site_izi|
|intro to Fano en it||21.6km||site_izi|
|Museo Omero (Tactile Museum)||2020||25.4km||site_ao|
|Casa di Scuretto||2019||15.7km||site_ao|
About the source: izi.TRAVEL
Izi aims to connect cities, museums, and their stories with travellers who want to explore the world in a brand new, innovative way: via a global, open and free platform.