The stone carvings of Camonica Valley are the greatest complex of rock drawings in Europe with approximately 300.000 figures carved on stone walls. The most of petroglyphs were found in the area of Capo di Ponte where National Park of Naquane was settled in the 1958 because of the findings. It’s been the first archaeological site in Italy to become a World Heritage protected by UNESCO in the 1979.
Archaeological area of the Grottoes of Catullus looks over the basin of Lake Garda from the top of the edge of Sirmione peninsula. Inside the park we find the remains of the largest Roman villa in the whole northern Italy covering an area of five acres. Is just an assumption that Catullus was the owner, according to historical sourcing, but there’s no archaeological evidence.
The archaeological area of Golasecca to which Necropolis of Monsorino belongs is a place outside of time. It’s plunged in the National park of Ticino with a very special age-old history. This is indeed the only record left of one of the main culture of the Iron Age in Italy, the so called Culture of Golasecca and one of the most important and monumental in northern Italy.