Latera is a village in the Tuscia region with a characteristic shape reminiscent of a snail. Perched on a hill, its fame comes from the geological and natural richness of the volcanic origin Caldera of Latera, which has a history spanning two hundred thousand years.
The village has retained its typical medieval structure, and access to the village is through a single gate with a bridge that presumably used to be a drawbridge over a deep moat protecting the ancient fortress. Once inside the village, you can admire the Church of San Clemente, which has ancient origins, and what remains of the Farnese Palace.
What characterizes Latera are its four fountains: Canale, Piscero, Ducale, and Trincheri, located in different corners of the village, each symbolizing the different districts, characterized by distinct colors.