Tuscania is a town and comune in the province of Viterbo
. Until the late 19th century the town was known as Toscanella.
The main monument of the city is the church of Saint Peter (San Pietro in Italian), in Lombard-Romanesque style, begun in the 8th century and renovated in the 11th-12th centuries. The interior has a nave and two aisles divided by low columns and pilasters incorporating half-columns, with antique and mediaeval capitals.
Other Sights Include:
- The Etruscan Museum, with sarcophagi from nearby tombs, as well as other objects from the tombs.
- The Romanesque Church of Santa Maria Maggiore. It has a façade with three finely decorated portals. The interior is on a nave and two aisles, divided by columns with sculpted capitals.
- The Tower of Lavello
- Fontana delle Sette Cannelle a Medieval fountain made with Roman materials
- Etruscan necropolises, including the Tomb of the Queen and Pian di Mola.