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Pagina di snodo Tassonomia

“Che splendida ottobrata” - What a wonderful October!

Fontana della Palla di Cannone

Discovering the 7 most unusual and curious fountains in the Capital

Marforio, piazza del Campidoglio

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.

In addition to its monuments, palaces and churches, a city is also made up of the memories it evokes and the life that passes through it.

Ippolito Caffi, Festa dei “Moccoletti” al Corso, 1845-1847, Museo di Roma in Trastevere

A license to transgress

L’arte dei Cosmati, marmorari romani

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

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Piazza di San Marco

In the corner of a piazza between Palazzo Venezia and the

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In addition to its monuments, palaces and churches, a city is also made up of the memories it evokes and the life that passes through it.

Memorie d’inciampo a Roma, le Stolpersteine

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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Meta sudans
Piazza del Colosseo

In front of the Arch of Constantine, the remains of an ancient fountain are still visible.

Monte dei Cocci
Via Nicola Zabaglia, 24

Located in Testaccio district and popularly known as Monte dei Cocci, Monte Testaccio is an artificial hill in ​​ancient Rome's port area, near the horrea (warehouses).

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Fontana Monumento a Giuseppe Gioachino Belli ph Sovrintendenza Capitolina ai Beni Culturali
Piazza Giuseppe Gioachino Belli

“Nun fuss’antro pe ttante antichità
bisognerebbe nassce tutti cquì,
perché a la robba che cciavemo cquà
c’è, sor friccica mio, poco da dí”

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Isola Tiberina

In addition to its monuments, palaces and churches, a city is also made up of the memories it evokes and the life that passes through it.

Villa Ada Savoia

Special days and moments to fully experience Rome and its history

The idea of ​​the garden city was born in England. Following the increase of the population in urban centers, the quality of life, especially for the working classes, was dramatically decreased.

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Mercati di Traiano

Initially, this beautiful district was called Monti because it included three of the seven hills of Rome: the Esquiline, the Viminale, and part of the Quirinale.

Fontana di Trevi, particolare

L'un des plus prisés des touristes et des Romains, ce Rione animé abrite la Fontana di Trevi, qui es

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Tempio di Adriano

In this district, you can walk along the main shopping streets of Rome to make your purchases and breathe politics among the buildings where all the big decisions

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Museo dell'Ara Pacis - Ara Pacis Augustae

The Rione IV - Campo Marzio is located in one of the oldest areas of Rome, which, since ancient times, was consecrated to the God Mars and used for military exercises

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Pantheon

The lively and charming Rione Pigna houses one of Rome's main tourist attractions, jewel of ancient Rome, the Pantheon,

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Palazzo Altemps

The fifth district of Rome is located on a bend of the Tiber and takes its name from the suggestive Ponte Sant'Angelo

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Fontana dei quattro fiumi, particolare - Piazza Navona

Located in the heart of the historic center of the city, this district is home to some of the most loved places by Romans and tourists: the colorful

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Piazza Farnese

In ancient times, this area was part of the Campo Marzio.

Chiesa di San Luigi dei Francesi, La vocazione di San Matteo, Caravaggio

Located between the Pantheon and Piazza Navona, this Rione is one of the favorite destinations for tourists from all over the world.

Foro Romano

Located between the Roman Forum and the Campidoglio Hill, the 10th rione of Rome is the best known and vital in the city.

Portico d'Ottavia

Located on the left bank of the Tiber in front of Tiber Island, the smallest rione in the city houses the world's second

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Villa Farnesina, Loggia di Psiche - Raffaello

The "popular" Rione XIII - Trastevere is the largest in Rome and is much loved by citizens and tourists who want to rediscover the atmosphere of the Rome of yesteryear

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Castel Sant'Angelo

Located between the Tiber and the Vatican City, the Borgo district is close to St.

Anfiteatro Flavio - Colosseo

Established in 1921 after the subdivision of Rione X - Campitelli, Rione XIX - Celio takes its na

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La Porta Magica - Piazza Vittorio Emanuele II

Located on the hill of the same name, the highest among those on which Rome was founded, Rione XV - Esquilino is the area of Rome where the highest number of nationalities

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