The town of Cori is monumental, fascinating and well worth a visit. Its origins are rooted in mythology and it is also a town of delights thanks to its special wines. A miss-see is Hercules Temple in late Italia/Doric style on the town’s acropolis and its columns still remain virtually untouched. Popular sites in Cori are also the Chapel of Santissima Annunziata internationally well known for its wonderful fresco paintings of the 1400s circa. The chapel is also known as the Scrovegni Chapel of Southern Lazio. The St. Oliva Church really offers a journey through the centuries as a pagan temple, a medieval church that has been gradually extended and a chapel with frescoes to be admired.
The impressive cyclopean town walls typical for the development of terracing walls of the towns in the province of Latina are not to be missed.
You cannot leave Cori without visiting the local wineries. There are some special award winning red and white Cori DOC and LGT Lazio wine productions.
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