There is also a lapide that says:
"D.O.M. CASSIANAM HANC VIAM AMOENITATE CIVIBUS EXTERISQUE IUCUNDAM AD COMMODIOREM DEAMBULATIONEM CURANTE ALEXANDRO DE SPETIA MEVANATENSI TIBURTINAE URBIS PROPRAETORE S.P.Q.T. LATIUS APERIUT COMPLANAVIT ORNAVIT ANNO JUBILAEI MDCCL"
(In 1750, year of Giubileo, the Senate
and the people of Tivoli improved this street, in order
to make this walking comfortable as possible, with the
interest of the vice-governor of Tivoli, Alessandro Di
Spezia da Bevagna).
While continuing to walk, you'll arrive to the locality "Due Miglia", where there is a lapide that remembers the brother of E.R. Franz, a famous painter of the 1800s.
This road indeed was one of the most loved places by the English and German painters of the 1800's. Yet today the road passes through secular olives , bushes, green pastures where sheeps graze, on the hills of Tiburtini mountains. There is a wonderful sight on Hadrian's Villa, on the Roman plain and on the near Albani hills. Along this road, it is possible to notice some ruins of Patricians villas (the Villa of Cassio, the Villa of Bruto and numerous smaller villas) and of Roman aqueducts (Anio Novus and Anio Vetus ).