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E23***71A lovely work of art and of course must see tourist attraction if you're in Rome. It's beautiful in pictures and even more so in real life. Note it can get crowded so be warned. There's something quite magical about walking threw Rome's ancient streets and then suddenly stumbling upon this beauty.
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Historical Site
_We***30Visited the Colosseum at the time when almost all of Italy were in lockdown. It was wonderful to take unobstructed view of the one of the grandest Roman structure. Would definitely come back and visit the magnificent Colosseum! ❤️
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Historical Site
E35***24The place is impressive and shows the culture of history and it is considered one of the non-traditional churches and the architectural style due to the presence of a large circular opening in the dome that shows the extent of the architecture and around the pantheon restaurants and cafes that you can sit on and enjoy the view from the outside and I recommend it to visit everyone who goes to Rome
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River
把剑长歌The Tiber River, also known as the Tvere River, is the third longest river in Italy after the Po and Adige rivers. It originates from the western slope of Mount Fumogolo in the Apennines, passes through a series of gorges and wide valleys to the south, flows through Rome, and enters the Tyrrhenian Sea in the Mediterranean near Ostia. The total length is 405 kilometers.
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Square
E23***71A walk among ancient Roman ruins. It's basically an open air museum where you're able to see the ruins near the coliseum. I didn't get up close to them, but I believe you can.
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Square
E48***69Piazza Navona is one of the most beautiful and vibrant squares in Rome. This lively square full of portrait painters, street performers and souvenir vendors, is located in the historic center of Rome, just 300m from the Pantheon. Surrounding the square there are lots of restaurants, cafes and terraces with Tre Scalini being perhaps the most popular among them. They make the best Tartufo dessert ( rich chocolate ice-cream dessert) in the whole city. For a peaceful stroll around the square and unobstructed photographs of its lavish fountains and buildings, come early in the morning. You will be delighted fo find a nearly empty square bathed in morning sunshine. The square dates back to the 15th century, but it was built over a 1st century Stadium of Domitian - Rome's first venue for athletic competitions. Underneath Piazza Navona several excavations have been made to uncover the original stadium. Excavations are opened daily from 10 am to 7 pm, tickets cost 8.5 euros.Navona Square is famed for its three fountains, the most impressive of which is The Fountain of the Four Rivers with an Egyptian obelisk as its centerpiece. Undoubtedly the heart of the square, the fountain was designed by Bernini. Four masculine figures represent four rivers: Nile, Ganges, Danube and Plate. There are two smaller fountains placed at each end of the square : Fontana del Nettuno at the northern end depicts Neptune fighting with a sea monster; at the southern end of the square we find Fontana del Moro with the Moor holding a dolphin surrounded by Tritons. Palacio Brascia, placed at the southern end of the oval piazza, houses a Museum of Rome with a large collection of artifacts that tell the story of this magnificent city from the Middle Ages to the mid-19th century. One of the highlights of the square is Chiesa di Sant'Agnese in Agone, a beautiful church built by Boromini, standing just opposite the Four Rivers Fountain. Piazza Navona is an ideal place to linger and do some people wat

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Rome is Italy's capital city and, in classical antiquity, the center of the Roman Empire. Because of the city's long and storied history, it is known as the "Eternal City". Presently, Rome has become a large "open-air history museum". Inside the city, many traces of ancient Rome have been preserved. You can go to the Colosseum—one of the symbols of the powerful ancient Roman Empire. At the Roman Forum, you will be shocked and amazed by the prosperity of the ancient imperial world. The Pantheon is a place where you can see architectural miracles constructed over 1,000 years ago. Within the city of Rome, there is also a country within a country—Vatican City. This is a place where you can experience the ultimate in Christian religious art and see many masterpieces left behind by Renaissance masters.

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28 Oct, 2021 Rome Weather: Clear, Northeasterly Wind: 0–10 kph, Humidity: 63%, Sunrise/Sunset: 07:37/18:10
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