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Parks & nature in Rome

Park
“It is a landscape garden in the naturalistic English manner in Rome, containing a number of buildings, museums (Galleria Borghese) and attractions. It is the third largest public park in Rome (80 hectares or 197.7 acres) after the ones of the Villa Doria Pamphili and Villa Ada.”
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Park
“Wide public park where you can enjoy walking and running far away from the city mood. There are some playground as well and a romantic lake. It was the country residence of a ancient roman nobility family, so you can have an idea about their life style.”
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Scenic Lookout
“Lovely hidden small park, the Oranges park is a must see. There is a beautiful romantic view of the city. ”
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Park
“10 min walking from via lorenzo Bonincontri. lovely place to jogg and take a walk.”
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Park
“This giant park is just a fifteen minute walk from the house and is perfect for everyone; you can rent a bike to bike around the trails, there are playgrounds for children, there is an outdoor training area for the gym-goer, and more. This park is also full of Roman history, with amazing views of ancient Roman aqueducts! Various associations organize yoga classes, training groups, touristic bicycling tours, and nature treks for you to enjoy.”
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Park
“Nice and big park. It has a bunker, built in the early 1940s to protect the King and Queen during the war.”
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Park
“Often off the beaten path, the Appia Antica Path/Park is simply incredible and a must-do. Real roman empire age large stones are the "pavement" to this astonishing walk around ancient columns and nature. Mausoleo di Cecilia Metella https://www.coopculture.it/heritage.cfm?id=88 Catacombe di San Callisto https://www.catacombe.roma.it/it/index.php”
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Sculpture Garden
“Daily at noon, a cannon fires once from the Janiculum in the direction of the Tiber as a time signal. This tradition goes back to December 1847, when the cannon of the Castel Sant'Angelo gave the sign to the surrounding belltowers to start ringing at midday. In 1904, the ritual was transferred to the Janiculum and continued until 1939. On 21 April 1959, popular appeal convinced the Commune of Rome to resume the tradition after a twenty-year interruption.”
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Park
“E' antico, interessante ... ma attenzione a mezzogiorno ! Be at 12.00. A small surprise for you. Unfortunately it opens only working days”
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Park
“5 minutes from my place. Great to rest and relax. There is an area equipped for kids. One of the nicest green area in the neighborood”
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Historic Site
“The Spanish steps unique design and elegance has made it a popular place for artists, painters and poets who were attracted to the place which inspired them in return. At the lower end of the stairs you can find an early baroque fountain called Fontana della Barcaccia, or “Fountain of the Old Boat”. It is credited Pietro Bernini; a member of the renowned artist family Bernini and father of famous Baroque artist Gian Lorenzo Bernini.”
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Park
“Large public park with ancient monuments, including the baths of Trajan and the ruins of Nero's house”
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Scenic Lookout
“The best view of the historical center from the top of the Gianicolo hill, just behind the building”
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Fountain
“Situated at the top of Gianicolo Hill, the Fontana dell’Acqua Paola (more commonly referred to as the Gianicolo fountain) built in 1612 faces a picture perfect view of Rome. As the cascading streams run over white marble, be sure to revel in this fine moment of La Dolce Vita.”
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Park
“Mussolini's house park and theatre, formerly owned by the aristocratic Torlonia family!”
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Park
“Rome's Non-Catholic Cemetery contains possibly the highest density of famous and important graves anywhere in the world. It is the final resting-place of the poets Shelley and Keats, of many painters, sculptors and authors, a number of scholars, several diplomats, Goethe's only son, and Antonio Gramsci, a founding father of European Communism, to name only a few.The Cemetery population is both exceptionally diverse and exceptionally rich in writers, painters, sculptors, historians, archaeologists, diplomats, scientists, architects and poets, many of international eminence. ”
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