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Monument / Landmark
“The Pantheon is the best preserved ancient building in Rome and another must-see touristic attraction to add to this list! Originally dedicated to all mythology divinities, it became a Christian church in the 7th century. Don’t hesitate to enter, the visit is free of charge, which is rare enough to mention it! Inside, admire the immense dome and the oculus (the opening in the dome), giving the place a unique lighting. In the Pantheon, you can also see the tombs of Raphael (the famous artist) and Victor Emmanuel II (1st king of Italy, as mentioned above when I talked about the beautiful building dedicated to him on Piazza Venezia) ”
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Plaza
“Campo de' Fiori, is a rectangular square south of Piazza Navona at the border between rione Parione and rione Regola. Night Life is there !!! ”
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Church
“Other churches in the area worth a visit are Santa Cecilia, San Crisogono and its underground, San Cosimato and its cloister”
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Plaza
“In this market you can find the best vegetables and fruit. It is also very picturesque. It is open from 8.00am until 4.30pm ”
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Plaza
“Largo di Torre Argentina is a square in Rome, Italy, with four Roman Republican temples and the remains of Pompey's Theatre. It is in the ancient Campus Martius.Today, volunteers at Torre Argentina care for approximately 250 cats. After the site was excavated, Rome’s feral cats moved in immediately, as they do all over the city, and the gattare, or cat ladies, began feeding and caring for them.”
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Historic Site
“PortaPortese Market is the famoust flee Market in Rome! It's very big and you need hours to walk around but you will enjoy the atmosphere, you can get good bargains! Be carefull of you purse.”
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Church
“Il cuore del rione Trastevere è pieno di locali, negozi ed ottimi posti in cui mangiare. Ideale inoltre per una passeggiata serale /The heart of Trastevere area is full of shops, restaurants and clubs. Is also ideal for a nightly walk.”
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Historic Site
“The Jewish ghetto of Rome is among the oldest ghettos in the world. In the background the Portico d’Ottavia: a Roman monument built in 146 BC. In the following years it was renovated and enlarged several times and the remains that can be seen today date back mostly to the 203 AD From the Middle Ages until the end of the 1800s there was the main fish market in the city. Many restaurants with Jewish-Roman cuisine to taste and Kosher pastry shops”
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Scenic Lookout
“The most breathtaking view of the city up to the far hills in a green area where we can remember our Unity story, after many centuries when we were split into many states. It is a very nice walking, and there is a merry go round for kids as well and some other surprises. Every day at midday a cannon shots to tell everybody the correct time. (in the past there were not so many watches!). Wondeful at sunset.”
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Plaza
“Palazzo Farnese (Italian pronunciation: [paˈladdso farˈneːze; -eːse]) is one of the most important High Renaissance palaces in Rome. Owned by the Italian Republic, it was given to the French government in 1936 for a period of 99 years, and currently serves as the French embassy in Italy. First designed in 1517 for the Farnese family, the building expanded in size and conception when Alessandro Farnese became Pope Paul III in 1534, to designs by Antonio da Sangallo the Younger. Its building history involved some of the most prominent Italian architects of the 16th century, including Michelangelo, Jacopo Barozzi da Vignola and Giacomo della Porta. At the end of the 16th century, the important fresco cycle of The Loves of the Gods in the Farnese Gallery was carried out by the Bolognese painter Annibale Carracci, marking the beginning of two divergent trends in painting during the 17th century, the Roman High Baroque and Classicism. The famous Farnese sculpture collection, now in the National Archeological Museum of Naples, as well as other Farnese collections, now mostly in Capodimonte Museum in Naples, were accommodated in the palace.”
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Plaza
“You will find there a lot of bus stops to go everywhere, and while you are waiting, you can admire the ancient Roman Ruins in front of you.”
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Art Gallery
“The facade of this palace is one of the most interesting ones, inside the palace there is the fake gallery by Bernini; it seems to be as long as 35 mt. but in reality it is only 8,82 mt. long. ”
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Plaza
“the area is very central so you do not need buses to move but there ar emany buses that stop near home. I will show you during check in all them itineraries.”
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Place to shop
“Palazzo Farnese, one of the most beautiful Renaissance palaces of Rome was started in 1514 by Antonio Sangallo, continued by Michelangelo and completed by Giacomo della Porta. PALAZZO FARNESE - The Palace belonged to one of the most famous families of Renaissance Rome and today is home of the French embassy. To make the visit should book early, 1 to 4 months before depending on the season and number of people, the tours are only in French or in Italian. Therefore, are not allowed interpreters for other languages. The tours are free and conducted exclusively by the guide of the Embassy. Reservations can be both individual and for groups of up to 20 people. For the same organization (cultural association, university and / or person) is granted one visit per year. For the tour it is important to have a valid ID (no photocopies). Photographs and films are not allowed and bags and bulky items are not allowed (neither custody nor wardrobe). ”
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Scenic Lookout
“Look into the keyhole to discover another point of view of San Peter chapel”
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Historic Site
“Former Jewish ghetto and one of the oldest part of Rome, it is a lovely few min walk.”
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