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Colosseo

Colosseo

Known throughout the world for its undeniable beauty and majesty, the Colosseum is landmark for tourists. Entering inside, will witness a magical setting, you seem to be catapulted back in time. And ‘considered the eighth wonder of the and world heritage of UNESCO.

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Piazza San Pietro

Piazza San Pietro

Piazza San Pietro is probably the most important and famous square in Rome.
It’s where the Pope lives.
Every Wednesday the Pope meets the people and does a speech, and gives his papal’s Benediction.

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Fori Imperiali

Fori Imperiali

The Imperial Forums are another must-see once they arrive in Rome. They connect Piazza Venezia, the Colosseum and the Roman Forum. Here were found the oldest traces of human presence (dating back to the second millennium BC). A show not to be missed !

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Pantheon

Pantheon

The Pantheon is a building of ancient Rome.
It was built by Agrippa (engineer of ancient Rome) to honor all the gods of any religion.
The large dome that is inside, with its 43.44 m is the largest in the Roman world.

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Ara Pacis

Ara Pacis

The Ara Pacis, an altar was built by the Roman Emperor Augustus to celebrate the Peace, in the sense of divinity.

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bocca della  verità

Bocca della Verità

The Mouth of Truth is an ancient mask walled in the wall of the church Santa Maria in Cosmedin. Visited by famous people around the world such as Audrey Hepburn, Anita Ekberg, Gregory Peck and others but especially by millions of tourists every year, is a ‘experience to try once in Rome.The ancient legend says that the mask would bite the hand to anyone who had told a lie.

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Circo Massimo

Circo Massimo

The Circus Maximus is located between the Palatine is the Aventine, was formerly used as a Roman circus, used for horse racing and games of ‘Ancient Rome.

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Terme di Caracalla

Terme di Caracalla

The Baths of Caracalla, were built by the Roman Emperor Caracalla, are one of the greatest examples of Imperial Baths in Rome, and to this day are still almost completely intact.
Visiting them, you can immerse yourself in the green and in the history of ancient Rome.

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Altare della Patria

Altare della Patria

The Altare della Patria, also known as “Vittoriano”, is a national monument dedicated to Vittorio Emanuele II, located on Capitol Hill. This is also the ” Unknown Soldier “, ie, a tomb containing the remains of a soldier who died in war, whose body has never been identified, and that symbolically represents all the soldiers killed in the war. The tomb is monitored constantly, 24 hours 24 by two guards, without exception.

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Piazza Navona

Piazza Navona

Piazza Navona is one of the most famous squares in Rome.
Its shape is that of an ancient stadium: was built for Pope Innocent X.
During holidays like Christmas and Epiphany is filled with stalls typical, truly a sight not to be missed.
A Piazza Navona you can find an infinite number bars, restaurants, and stalls of all kinds.

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Castel Sant'Angelo

Castel Sant'Angelo

Castel Sant'Angelo was used as a place of refuge in time of popes and of prison. To make it safer in 1277 was built the so-called small step that it joined to the Vatican. The bronze Angel of the eighteenth century that gives its name to the castle comes from an ancient legend that dates back to the terrible plague of 590. According to the story the plague ended thanks to the appearance of an angel that came to rest on the mausoleum and made the gesture of put your sword as a symbol of grace granted.

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Fontana di Trevi

Fontana di Trevi

It‘s probably one of the most visited places in Rome. Thousands of people every day come to admire it and throw a coin in the tank, which according to legend, guarantees the tourist to return to Rome in his life.
It's known throughout the world for appearing in the historical film “La Dolce Vita” by F. Fellini, in the scene where Anita Ekberg goes to bathe in the fountain and invites Mastroianni to join her.

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Piazza di Spagna

Piazza di Spagna

Piazza di Spagna connects the most important fashion-streets in Rome. Via Condotti famous throughout the world for the presence of numerous famous Italian fashion boutiques worldwide, Via del Babbuino, rich in ancient buildings, Margutta known as “the street of the painters’ and Via Frattina, elegant and full of life.

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Campo dei Fiori

Campo dei Fiori

Campo Dei Fiori, represents one of the most lively and characteristic of Rome.
In the morning you can find the market, the evening becomes a meeting place for young people thanks to its countless pubs.
If you love the nightlife, is a place that you absolutely visit!

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Via del Corso

Via del Corso

This famous street connects Piazza Venezia to Piazza del Popolo and and ‘known everywhere for being the main shopping street in the capital.

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Piazza del Popolo

Piazza del Popolo

This square is a confluence of three major streets of Via Del Corso, Via del Babbuino and Via di Ripetta.

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Villa Pamphili

Villa Pamphili

The Villa Doria Pamphili , with its 184 hectares in size, is one of the largest parks in the city and the eternal. Originates from the country estate of a noble Roman family. It is also home to the official representative of the Italian government.

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Parco degli Aranci

Parco degli Aranci

Park Of Oranges, as well as being in a central area of ​​Rome (Aventine Hill area), has one of the most beautiful views of Rome. It ‘a place to rest your mind, get in touch with nature and enjoy one of the finest prospects in Rome!

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Buco di Roma

Il "Buco di Roma"

A square of the Knights of Malta are witnessing a curious and unusual phenomenon: many tourists lined look through the keyhole of the famous gates of the Priory of the Knights of Malta, the dome of St. Peter. He gasps. E ‘unthinkable that a hole you can see so well the Vatican City!

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Villa Borghese

Villa Borghese

The park of Villa Borghese, one of the largest in Rome, and with its 9 inputs allows access to areas of Pinciano, Flaminio and salary. In 900 was transformed into a museum and hosted many prestigious works of art with masterpieces by artists such as Raphael, Caravaggio, Titian, Bernini and Canova.

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Pincio

Pincio

Known throughout the world, is among the most popular Roman villas: the Pincio terrace there is a view of Rome as anywhere else, in all its beauty.
With its 6 km, and with its 80 hectares of amplitude is always the place of lovers.

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