A new tourist attraction for the waterfall area
The beauty and complexity of the landscape of the Marmore Falls will be narrated through the use of cutting-edge digital and physical technologies (videomapping on plastic models, three-dimensional models, projections, holograms, augmented and immersive reality installations), allowing visitors to understand and enrich their visit to the waterfall with interesting topics, and to live a unique sensory and cultural experience.
This new space aims to increase the attractiveness of the area, rediscovering values and adding meanings to the visit: a door to the territory, its history and its many points of interest.
La Cascata delle Marmore. Una bellissima storia da raccontare
La Cascata delle Marmore. Una bellissima storia da raccontare.
A great work of hydraulic architecture
A great work of hydraulic architecture The Marmore Falls, as we know it today, is a work of the ingenuity of man started 2300 years ago changed the hydraulic structure of the lakes and rivers that form it, for land reclamation as well as for the exploitation of energy and for the improvement of living conditions.
The Marmore Falls is therefore an artificial waterfall, with its 165 m the highest in Europe, the result of the work and ingenuity of many generations; a great work of hydraulic architecture, like the great works of European cathedrals, whose beauty has been praised and reproduced by illustrious artists, which with its millenary history represents an extraordinary story of man’s relationship with nature.
Water, humanity, energy
Water, man, energy
The Waterfal: l symbol of the city of steel
The Waterfal:l symbol of the city of steel The Marmore Falls shows how man has done his utmost, since Roman times, to design and build hydraulic works, first by draining the waters of the Velino and reclaiming the lands of its riverbed, then using the energy of the water.
Starting from the second half of the nineteenth Century this territory was revolutionized for the exploitation of hydraulic energy as driving force of factories, up to the creation and development of the great industrial center in Terni: the territory was transformed thanks to impressive infrastructures, becoming a complex system made of dams, tunnels, pipelines, power plants, factories, where the waterfall becomes the symbol of the city of steel.
The Galleto power plant is still today the management center of the largest hydroelectric nucleus in Central Italy.