Archaeology and history
The district Tiburtina is certainly one of the areas of Rome richest in archaeological heritage of various kinds that can be found along the streets and out of which the citizens live in absolute spontaneity. The archeological sites are certainly the most famous of Benedict XIV and Fontanile but many others are small sites scattered in the strangest places that deserve attention as the ancient ruins in Via G. Donati, via Ottoboni, the structures of the ancient Via Tiburtina and the Ruins of Casal Bertone.
With regard to the great works do not miss the Bridge Mammolo of Pius IX and the earlier Old Bridge Mammolo, the remains of Cecchina Bridge, the remains of the Medieval Bridge and the Roman bridge and the two major strong that the Fort Pietralata and Strong Tiburtino. Even the towers cannot be neglected because at Tiburtina buildings are known as the Tower of Rebibbia Ripa on the Medieval Tower and Tower Bridge Mammolo. Within the district is also a must visit the museum and the archaeological site of Plesistocenico located in Via Tiburtina.
Graves, cemeteries and churches
Numerous are the places within the Tiburtina that conjure up memories of the ancient Romans and show the magnificence of the tombs and the importance of the cult of the dead. You can find the tombs and graves in almost every way: via Collatina, S. Knights of the pole, via Cave Pietralata, via Ottoboni, Via Cannizzaro, Via Tiburtina, via Calixtus III, via Marcellina. Well 3 are the cemeteries that are located within the district which is the Necropolis of ancient structures, the necropolis of Nomentana and the Necropolis La Rustica. There are also two mausoleums: one located at number 98 Via Casale and the White Torraccio of Cecchina.
Rich is the proposal with regard to religious buildings like churches and basilicas. The Basilica of S. Alessandro located at kilometer of the twelfth Nomentana also contains valuable catacomb. The complex was discovered in 1954 during excavations that, as often happens in Rome reveal precious ruins, dating back to the second century AD
The Church of the Immaculate Conception is located within a land donated to the parish of the same name and its construction dates back to early 900 when this area was reclaimed and built to promote the growth of the Roman as a territory rich in history and culture. At Tiburtina is also the eighteenth-century church Settecamini pretty small but the only place of worship. To the west of Casal Monastero is rather rustic shrine, found in 1983 and dating from the fourth century. B.C.