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Sightseeing in Rione I Monti, Rome

Historic Site
“Amphitheatrum Flavium is the most famous and impressive monument of ancient Rome, as well as the largest amphitheater in the world. ”
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Historic Site
“The Roman Forum was an ancient showpiece center, a grandiose district of marble-clad temples, beautiful basilicas and vibrant public spaces. Today, its impressive but badly labelled ruins, give some hint on how it was at the time. You just need to use a little bit of your imagination to picture it as it once was.”
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Church
“You have to visit the Basilica of Santa Maria Maggiore but make sure also to check what’s underground. Here you’ll be able to visit the relics of a paleochristian Basilica and a patrician villa with a unique frescoed calendar, depicting country scenes.”
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Historic Site
“Circo massimo Ancient Roman stadium for chariot races. Today a park where you can relax on the grass and imagine the sound of horses' hooves vibrating on the ground. It keeps the ancient form intact if viewed from a distance.”
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Historic Site
“The Colosseum is more impressive than any football stadium you've ever seen, AND it's 2000 years old. ”
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Historic Site
“Roman villa built by the Roman emperor Nero after the Rome fire. It is a masterpiece of majesty and technique (a room in the villa is designed to rotate on itself!) And is completely underground!”
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Historic Site
“Unveiled in the 1st Century A.C., this structure was named “Colosseum” because of its colossal statue, representing the emperor Nero, which was near the amphitheater. The Romans had fun watching the gladiators wrestle with wild animals or assisting at spectacular simulations of naval battles.”
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Monument / Landmark
“Situated on Via dei Fori Imperiali, Trajan's Market is an archaeological complex that currently holds the Museum of Imperial Forums (Museo dei Fori Imperiali). It is considered to be Rome’s first “shopping center”. When you visit this Museum, you can stroll through Mercati di Traiano's various levels, as well as admiring several exhibitions that show the Imperial Forums' different aspects. The exhibitions are comprised of models and videos that try to transport visitors to classical Roman times.”
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Historic Site
“Situated between the Roman Forum and the “Circo Massimo”, the Palatino (Palatine Hill) was and one of Roman’s most exclusive neighborhoods. It was here that Romulus supposedly founded the city in 752 B.C. and where emperors used to live in an unabashed luxury. ”
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Church
“Wonderful church, not to miss the Cloister and the Oratory of St. Silvestro (to visit them you need to ask for the key to the nuns). If you have the chance also the Aula Gotica but is open only occasionally”
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Monument / Landmark
“Ok, you're facing colosseum, beautiful. Turn your head if you really want to discover the history of ancient Rome. Ask me for details ”
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History Museum
“Located near the foot of Trajan's Column this gem of an attraction should be on your must see list when in Rome. Simply put, it is like stepping back to see what it was like in a patricians house 2000 years ago. ”
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Historic Site
“One of the Imperial Forums, Trajan's Forum still boasts Trajan's Column, a monument to the ancient Emperor.”
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Historic Site
“Qui e' dov'e' nata Roma quindi direi imperdibile per chiunque anche per noi romani.”
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Historic Site
“The most important archeological area in rome- L'area archeologica più importante di Roma”
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Historic Site
“Ancient ruins with a magical light evening light show. Definitely worth a visit, engaging, educational, and beautiful. ”
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