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Piazza del Quirinale

Quirinale Square

Piazza del Popolo

Piazza del Popolo

Piazza Navona

Piazza Navona


What comes to mind when one thinks of Rome? Probably for some, they would envision an image of the Pope celebrating the Holy Mass within the walls of the Vatican City. For others, they’d probably see pictures of the ancient ruins that abound the city. A few people may think of the ancient Romans …

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Il cibo di Roma

Rome Food

Whether one chooses to dine at a first-class restaurant, a no-nonsense osteria, or an unpretentious trattoria, Rome food recipes are simple yet their success dependent on seasonal, fresh ingredient…

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Colosseo Roma

The Colosseum in Rome

About 1920 years ago, the greatest ancient times amphitheater was built in Rome, The Colosseum is considered an architectural and engineering wonder, and its remnants remain to be a standing proof of both the magnificence and the cruelty of the Roman world.The Colosseum in Rome was originally known as the Flavian Amphitheatre, and is the largest of its kind built during the Roman Empire. It was capable of seating fifty to sixty thousand spectators, and was used as a ground for gladiatoria…

Rome, the most visited city

Rome is one of the most frequently-visited places in the world. This is not only because of the fact that it has rich beginnings, but because there are a lot to see and so much to experience. There are interesting facts that we can learn about ancient Rome and the Eternal City that it is right now.How many of us know that Rome is built on seven hills and has been inhabited for more than 3000 years? This city in Italy has one of the world’s safest drinking waters. In fact, its street fount…

Curiosità su Roma

Facts about Rome

Planning a trip to the “Eternal City”? It’s challenging to state what one can find most breathtaking about the Eternal City, Rome. Rome facets so many magnificent places and things to do, from the timelessness of the Forum, the arrogant opulence of the Vatican, the fierce character of the major i…
Piazza del Campidoglio

Capitoline Square

Located on one of Rome’s seven hills, the Capitoline Square was the religious (temple of Jupiter, Juno and Minerva) and political heart of ancient Rome. The political role of the Piazza del Campidoglio has remained, becoming the seat of the city government.The current appearance of this magni…
Il clima di Roma

Weather in Rome

Like any other vacation destination, Rome has favorable times of travel and some not-so –good days of visit. Although the weather in Rome is generally mild throughout the year, there are still some parts of the year when you can get the best out of your travel.The months April to October are …
Ristoranti a Roma

Rome Restaurants

Looking for the best restaurants in Rome? Choosing the best can be a dizzying task, as the city of Rome is with hundreds of excellent restaurants. Rome restaurants vary enormously from a high-end gustatory palace with a German chef, to a simple favorite Roman pizzeria. The good news is! Getting b…
I pini di Roma

Pines of Rome

There is nothing special about the pines in Rome. In fact, these are basically like any other pine. So why the fuss over Pines of Rome? If you’’re not a local of the Eternal City, or if you’re not a diehard musician, you would certainly think that I am over reacting to a certain tree specie.P…

Le fontane di Roma

Le fontane di Roma

Anche se cercate in tutto il mondo, vi renderete conto che le fontane di Roma non sono solo dotate di una bellezza intricata, ma sono anche ricche di storia che catturerà i vostri interessi. È stato così fin dall’antichità, quando la città è stata soprannominata la città eterna, a proposito di quanto siano bravi gli abitanti del luogo quando si tratta di conservazione e manutenzione. Tutto è iniziato quando c’erano undici acquedotti che fornivano quante migliaia di litri d’acqua alla metropoli ogni giorno. Poiché ce n’era in abbondanza, si pensò a come renderla utile invece di sprecare ciò …
Civitavecchia

Civitavecchia

A municipality and commune of the Province of Rome, Civitavecchia is located eighty kilometers west-north-west of Rome in the central Italian region of Latium. It is a sea port on the Tyrrhenian Se…
I sette colli di Roma

The Seven Hills of Rome

The Seven Hills of Rome is mythically believed to have been found by the twin sons of Mars, Romulus and Remus, who ended up at the foot of the hill Palatine and originated the city. The other six h…
Luoghi famosi di Roma

Famous Places in Rome

How would you like to travel back in time and experience riding in a chariot amidst ancient ruins and historic architectural structures? If you intend to see all the famous places in Rome, you may …
Piazza di Spagna

Piazza di Spagna

Situated in the heart of the historic city, near the Trevi Fountain, Piazza di Spagna is one of the most famous squares in Rome and offers a beautiful view. A must-see place, it attracts a lot of p…

La geografia dell'antica Roma

Geography of Ancient Rome

The geography of ancient Rome was in many ways the contributing factor behind its future success, so much so that even Roman writers such as Cicero, acknowledged how fortunate the choice had been. …
Imperatori di Roma

Emperors of Rome

Rulers in every state always have a big role when it comes to progress as a whole. It is no longer a surprise why they always have a space on pages in a history book even if they administered with …
L'esercito nell'antica Roma

Ancient Rome Military

A militarized state whose past was frequently matted with its military history, ancient Rome military centers on the account of great land battles, from the defeat of Italy to its final battles aga…
Le donne nell'antica Roma

Women in Ancient Rome

What would you have been expected to do if you were one of the women in ancient Rome? Would you be allowed to follow your own career path or were you restricted to doing household chores like some …
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