A Lazio map with which to explore the Region of Lazio and at the same time discover beautiful southern Maremma along the Costa dell'Alto Lazio and amongst the Tuscia hills in the Provinces of Viterbo and Rome.
There are less hard copy maps of Lazio to choose from compared to its very popular neighbour the Region of Tuscany, but these are the choices that you can purchase online from the Amazon.com web site.
Want to start exploring Lazio right now? This online Lazio map will take you everywhere and anywhere, even to places you hadn't thought of as they catch your eye!
As a start have zoomed this map in to show the cities, towns, villages and hamlets in Maremma Laziale that reside along "la costa dell'Alto Lazio" (the coast of High Lazio) with the Tyrrhenian Sea and in the hinterland of the Tuscia hills, between the mouth of the river Chiarone and the Monti della Tolfa.
Here you will find a land so very rich in Etruscan necropolises, painted tombs, and archaeological treasures that one such site - the remains of the Etruscan civilization at Tarquinia where you will find over six thousand tombs in one place - is a UNESCO World Heritage site.
But click to zoom out and you can instantly start use it to explore the whole of Lazio and into the eternal city of Rome and the Vatican.
USING THE MAP: NOTES
The map has been compiled using the Google Maps facility. Depending upon how the map loads in the page you may need to reduce the zoom a little to see all of the place marks.
Clicking on the "View Larger Map" link beneath the map will take you (in a new window) to the same map within the Google Maps web site, in which the cities, towns, villages and hamlets within Maremma Laziale are listed in alphabetical order.
Maremma is a vast territory, residing in both the Regions of Toscana (Tuscany) and Lazio, with a gorgeous 250 km long coastline with both the emerald and turquoise Ligurian and Tyrrhenian Seas. This Maremma, Italy Map link will take you to a view of the whole of Maremma in both Tuscany (Maremma Livornese and Maremma Grossetana) and Lazio.
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