Located north of Rome is an old Etruscan city known with the name of Caere and is famous for the necropolis which encompass over 1,000 tombs housed in characteristic mounds which is the largest in the Mediterranean area. The city of the dead were projected as architectural complex with the a long sequence of tombs regularly aligned along the sepulchral ways. The inside of the tombs is a representation of the house of the defunct with a corridor to access the various rooms where there is an accurate reproduction of all the everyday objects.