The second European port for cruise ships that stop in the Tyrrhenian Sea and in the Mediterranean, is the port of Civitavecchia, a mandatory stopover to visit the city of Rome. The port of Civitavecchia is among the most important in Italy, this city developed along the Tyrrhenian coast in the Etruscan period, and already at that time it was linked to commerce and seafaring. The city of Civitavecchia during the Second World War was destroyed by bombing from 1943 to 1944, with the war Civitavecchia had irreparable damage to historical structures and there were at least 250 fallen. In 1999 in Civitavecchia he was given the gold medal for civil valor.
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