A natural reserve protected by the government, the Regional Park of Decima-Malafede is a large expanse of woodlands that is the largest in the Lazio region of Italy. It also has a history of early settlers dating back to the stone age. The region used to house a lot of villas and other farmhouses that guarded the area and served as watch-towers. In 1996 CE, the entire forested area was studied and a boundary established after which it became a protected area. One can find specimens of various flora common to the region.
Parks, Gardens & Cemeteries