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Casino Massimo Lancellotti (in Villa Giustiniani Massimo) foto sito ufficiale
Via Matteo Boiardo, 16

Built in the early 1600s at the behest of the Marquis Vincenzo Giustiniani, designed by Carlo Lambardi, the elegant two-storey casino, with a loggia opening onto a

Ingresso - Castello della Cecchignola Official Website
Vicolo della Cecchignoletta, 14

Located in the Giuliano-Dalmata district, the historical complex is characterized by different construction periods.

Castello di Santa Severa visto dall'alto

The Castle of Santa Severa in Santa Marinella traces its origins to the Roman period.

Catacomba dei SS. Marcellino e Pietro foto sito ufficiale
Via Casilina, 641

The catacombs of Saints Marcellino and Pietro are located in an area crossed by the ancient via Labicana, today's via Casilina.

Catacombe di San Valentino ph Sovrintendenza Capitolina ai Beni Culturali
Viale Maresciallo Pilsudski, 2
Catacombe di Domitilla foto sito ufficiale Catacombe
Via delle Sette Chiese, 282

The Catacombs of Domitilla are located along the ancient via Ardeatina and are among the largest in Rome; their origin dates back to some burial grounds built on a

Catacombe di Generosa
Via Catacombe di Generosa


Catacombe di Priscilla ph Catacombe di Priscilla Official Website
Via Salaria, 430

The Catacomb of Priscilla is the best preserved and the oldest general cemetery of Early Christian Rome. It is located along Via Salaria.

Catacombe di San Callisto
Via Appia Antica, 110/126

The Catacombs of San Callisto represent the oldest and best preserved cemetery core of the Via Appia; the complex owes its name to the martyr pope

Catacombe di San Sebastiano
Via Appia Antica, 136

The Catacombs of San Sebastiano were used as a burial pagan place, then at the end of the 2nd century, they were transformed as a Christian Necropolis dedicated to the Saints Peter

Catacombe di Santa Agnese foto Sovrintendenza
Via Nomentana, 349


Catacombe ebraiche di Vigna Randanini foto sito ufficiale
Via Appia Antica, 119

The catacombs of Vigna Randanini located between the II and III miles of the Via Appia Antica represent an example of a jewish underground cemetery

Chiesa di San Nicola - Castrum Caetani ph. Parco Archeologico dell'Appia Antica Official Facebook
Via Appia Antica, 161

The history of this monument dates back to the early 1300s.

Acquedotto Marcio Foto Sovrintendenza Capitolina
Piazza di Porta San Lorenzo, 1

The Marcio aqueduct was one of the longest Roman aqueducts and was built by the praetor Quinto Marcio Re in 144 BC.

Cisterna romana di via Cristoforo Colombo Foto Sovrintendenza Capitolina
Via Cristoforo Colombo, s.n.c.

The monument was discovered around the 1940s, under a farmhouse that was demolished during the excavations carried out to build the via Imperiale, now via Cristoforo Colombo.

Sepolcri repubblicani di Via Statilia foto sito ufficiale Sovrintendenza
Via Statilia

A short distance from Porta Maggiore, along the route of Via Statilia, which owes its name to the powerful Roman "gens" who had many possessions in this area and which takes up the

Cimitero Acattolico
Via Caio Cestio, 6

"Wonderful place. Messenger of stone. Heavenly music. Dark presences. What you are looking for is at the English, the Artists and the Poets’ cemetery."

Cimitero Flaminio - Prima Porta ph Cimiteri Capitolini Official Website
Via Flaminia

Cimitero Flaminio (noto anche come Cimitero di Prima Porta) è stato consacrato nel 1941 ed è considerato un capolavoro di architettura cimiteriale contemporanea.

 Cimitero Monumentale del Verano
Piazzale del Verano, 1

The Verano Monumental Cemetery covers an area of ​​about 83 hectares.

Circo Massimo
Via del Circo Massimo

The Circus Maximus is the largest building for public entertainment in antiquity and one of the largest of all time (600 metres long by 140 metres wide) and is rel

Cisterna di Piazza Ronchi Foto Sovrintendenza Archeologica
Piazza Ronchi

The existing ruins in piazza Ronchi, near via Prenestina, are probably pertinent to a Roman cistern built in brick, with the use of yellow and red bricks and an in

Via delle Terme di Traiano, 5b

It is one of the largest water tanks from antiquity and since the Middle Ages this monumental complex gained the name Sette Sale (Seven Halls), although in reality

Cisterna romana monumentale Foto Parco Appia Antica
Via Centuripe

The so-called Roman Cistern or Nymphaeum, located in the Caffarella Park near via Latina, has recently reopened to the public aft

Piazzale Aldo Moro, 5

Inaugurated in 1935 in the presence of King Victor Emmanuel III, the construction of the Città Universitaria (University City) had begun only three years earlier, when the project

Colombari di via Taranto (detto anche di via Pescara) foto sito ufficiale
Via Pescara, 2

The two sepulchres are spread over an area crossed by the via Latina and via Labicana, an agricultural area characterized by the presence of the Claudian aqueduct.

Colombari di Vigna Codini Foto Parco archeologico Appia Antica
Via di Porta Latina

The Colombariums are located inside the Codini Vineyard, between the Scipioni Park and the Aurelian Walls, near Porta San Sebastiano, in an area o

Colombario di Pomponio Hylas
Via di Porta Latina

The term columbarium refers to a burial chamber which walls are covered with rows of niches in which cinerary urns, small clay pots containing the ashes of the deceased, were placed.

Colombario di via Olevano Romano Foto Sovrintendenza Capitolina
Via Olevano Romano, 3

Along the sides of the via Prenestina, as was the case for the main road axes in Roman times, there were vast sepulchral areas formed largely by columbaria