Syracusae (Lutetia)

Named after the City at the time of Lutetia, present-day Syracuse in Italy.

A crater is a circular depression likely created by an impact event. On Lutetia they are named after cities of the Roman Empire and adjacent parts of Europe at the time of Lutetia (52 BC - 360 AD).

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NW 38 km

Sarnus Labes

N 22 km

Baetica Regio(last)

NE 35 km



39.0° N 328.0° E

E 27 km


SW 40 km

Raetia Regio

S 88 km

Goldschmidt Regio

1 Hour 23 Minutes
Tour so far: Visited 16 locations over 339 km. Next: Lauriacum
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