Rome Monuments and History

Piazza del Campidoglio in Rome

Piazza del Campidoglio in Rome

This hilltop square was designed by Michelangelo and it is among monuments and places to visit when in Rome. This elegant square is bordered by two twin buildings facing one another, Palazzo […]

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Castel Sant’Angelo: a fortress throughout the centuries

Castel Sant’Angelo: a fortress throughout the centuries

Castel Sant’Angelo is an instantly recognisable landmark, due to its chunky round shape. For sure, one of the monuments and places to visit in Rome. The imposing fortress is the […]

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Palatine Hill: let’s start from Rome’s origins

Palatine Hill: let’s start from Rome’s origins

Palatine Hill is the centermost of the famous seven hills of Rome. Sandwiched between the Roman Forum and the Circus Maximus, the hill has one of Rome’s most spectacular sight, towering […]

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The Roman Forum, the heart of Ancient Rome

The Roman Forum, the heart of Ancient Rome

Visiting Rome without going to the Roman Forum means that you’re going to miss the essence of your journey. The Roman Forum is one of the most beautiful and interesting […]

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The Colosseum, one of the wonders of Rome

The Colosseum, one of the wonders of Rome

Only when visiting in person you can better understand how huge is this monument. The great gladiator’s arena is the most thrilling of Rome’s ancient sites. The Colosseum, with nearly 2,000 years […]

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The Roman Houses of the Cealium: hidden treasure of Rome

The Roman Houses of the Cealium: hidden treasure of Rome

The hidden treasure of Roman Houses is an archeological gem buried underneath Cealium Hill, one of the famous seven hill. A bit of History The site is preserved beneath a […]

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One of the wonder of Ancient Rome: the Baths of Caracalla

One of the wonder of Ancient Rome: the Baths of Caracalla

If you are wondering what to see in Rome during your holiday, Baths of Caracalla is an astonishing place to visit. One of the best site in Ancient Rome history. Also known […]

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The Circus Maximus

The Circus Maximus

Roman circuses were the most important centres of entertainment in the Roman cities, along with amphitheatres.The Circus Maximus, located between the Aventine and Palatine Hills, was a huge precinct, for 250,000 spectators. The […]

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