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Among the most picturesque spots in Rome, the only monumental square in the city center that does not host a church, Campo de' Fiori is located halfway between Piazza Navona and Pi[...]
In 1833, the Borghese Princes expanded Villa Pinciana with the purchase of some neighboring vineyards and villas, including the Villa Manfroni Bernini, located imm[...]
Located at the intersection of via XX Settembre and largo di Santa Susanna, the church of Santa Maria della Vittoria represents one of the most important examples of the Baroque period[...]
Erected in 113 A.D. to celebrate the deeds of emperor Trajan in Dacia, the Trajan's Column was the first triumphal one - with decorations that spiral along the shaft - ever raised.[...]
In the centre of Piazza di Spagna, at the foot of the spectacular[...]
The most famous of the Roman fountains: a jewel of water and stone
The characteristic fountains installed in many squares and streets of the city
According to legend, the history of Rome begins right here
The Carlo Bilotti Museum is located in the old Orangery at Villa Borghese, which during the eighteenth century was referred to as the "Casino dei Giuochi d’Acqua" due to the many fountains and nymp[...]
Busts, paintings, engravings, Garibaldian relics, plastic models, and an ext[...]
The Museum of the Walls is in Porta San Sebastiano, one of the largest and b[...]
The history of the Casal de 'Pazzi Museum begins with an elephant tusk.
The Giovanni Barracco museum is entitled to a rich Calabrian nobleman, that donated his fine Roman sculpture collection of Assyrian, Egypt[...]
The Napoleonic Museum is a rare example of a museum, where it is possible to explore through history spanning over a century.
You can feel a turn-of-the-century atmosphere in this small but precious gallery in the heart of Villa Borghese dedicated to the artist Pietro Canonica[...]
The most iconic square of Baroque Rome
One of the most beautiful archaeological sites in the Roman countryside can be found between the second and third mile on the Via Appia Antica.