Rocca di Papa
A municipality of the metropolitan city of Rome, Rocca di Papa’s modern settlement emerged during the Middle Ages, but had pre-existing settlements from the 1st millennium B.C. located on Monte Cavo, the ancient Mons Albanus sacred to the Latini, on whose summit the temple of Jupiter Laziale stood. In the medieval period, Rocca di Papa was a fief of the Counts of Tuscolo, the Annibaldi, the Orsini and finally, the Colonna. It is part of the System with its Geophysical Museum.