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Rome has attracted many famous foreing artists
The charm of past centuries, the beauty of today
A river of activities
Medieval art in Rome seems suffocated by the predominance of ancient works and the sumptuousness of the Renaissance and Baroque periods.
Discovering the ghosts and restless souls that haunt the historic center of Rome
Despite being the lowest and smallest of the seven hills of Rome, the Capitoline Hill is perhaps the most linked to the city historical events.
A stone's throw from Piazza Navona and Campo de 'Fiori, in the heart of Parione district, is the Church of Santa Maria in Vallicella, traditionally known as Chiesa Nuova[...]
Via Giulia and the Florentine Quarter
"Rome is the city of echoes, the city of illusions, and the city of desire", Giotto said, and, in fact, the Eternal City surprises us every day with fascinating and extrao[...]
Luxury and glamour in Rome during the economic boom
In a history book talking about cold drinks – which have been around since ancient times - the Grattachecca is a very Roman treat that would an entire chapter to itself. Let’s start with its name,[...]
The “Sagra” (Festival) of the Tellina is annually held, usually in September, by the residents of the Borghetto dei Pescatori (Fishermen’s District).
“Huc Tiber ascendit”, the Tiber rose to this point: taking a walk through Rome’s historical districts, it is easy to come across a large number of old plaq[...]
The charming street shrines dedicated to the Virgin Mary and their many stories
“Che splendida ottobrata” - What a wonderful October!
Discovering the 7 most unusual and curious fountains in the Capital
In the Rome of the Popes, starting from the 16th century, people began showing dissent towards established power and ruling classes through anonymous satirical verses.
Several churches in Rome are embellished with decoration known as the “Cosmatesque Style”, after the families of brilliant marble craftsmen, who in the 12th and 13th centuries used[...]
Walking through the streets of Rome, you can come across a very particular sampietrino (cobblestone): a shiny brass plaque covers the block of t[...]
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