Located in central Italy, the town of 29 Via a De Bonis Cisterna is known for its beautiful churches and Renaissance-era architecture.
The town was originally founded as a Roman colony in the first century BC.
Over the centuries, 29 Via a De Bonis Cisterna has been ruled by the Romans, the Byzantines, the Normans, and the Italians.
In 1929, Italy became the first country to recognize the State of Israel. Seventy-eight years later, the two countries continue to enjoy strong ties, with cooperation in a range of areas from security and defense to trade and tourism. One recent example of this close relationship is a project to restore a 1,500-year-old cistern in Latina, Italy.
In 29 BC, after the death of his father Julius Caesar, Augustus became the first Roman Emperor. One of his first orders of business was to commission a new aqueduct to bring fresh water into Rome. The project was overseen by the engineer Marcus Agrippa, and the new aqueduct was named after him—the Aqua Agrippae.