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Is a town and comune in the Metropolitan City of Rome, Lazio, central Italy, around 30 kilometres northwest of Rome. It nestles on a smallcape on the coast of Lake Bracciano; its medieval center and its beach make it a popular destination for tourists. Anguillara is served by a local train (line “FR3”, or Rome-Capranica-Viterbo Railroad) which connects it with Rome (stations of RomaOstiense and of Valle Aurelia) in around 40 minutes. About 3 kilometres (1.9 mi) east of the town lies the small, volcanic Lake Martignano, also popular with tourists. The two lakes and thesurrounding area have been declared a Regional Park and are under a strict naturalistic control. Wikipedia
Video – Via Aloisio Anguillra to Viale Reginaldo Belloni
Approximately 1.58 km – 0.98 miles
The walk starts in Via Aloisio Anguillra – Piazza dei Bastioni – Piazza Del Comune – Corso Umberto I – Piazza della Collegiata – walk down the narrow streets to Lungolago – Via della Mola Vecchia – Vicolo del Murato – Piazza del Molo – Viale Reginaldo Belloni.