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Giardino degli Aranci

Giardino degli Aranci: An Orange Garden Rome Complete Guide

The Giardino degli Aranci is a place at which you can get away from the hustle and bustle of Rome, enjoy some epic views or perhaps some time with a special someone. It is one of our favorite spots to hit off when visiting the city, especially in good weather. Let’s explore its delights together. [...]

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Largo Di Torre Argentina

Largo di Torre Argentina in Rome: Caesar’s Death, History & Cats

Looking to understand a little more about the famous Largo di Torre Argentina square in Rome? Then read our extensive guide that will take you through this archaeologically significant part of Rome. You won’t believe what used to stand here back in the day! Let's dive right in and get to the good stuff. What's [...]

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Hotels near Colosseum Rome : 11 best places where to stay (+ interactive map)

You want to book hotels near Colosseum Rome ? Rome, the capital city of Italy, stands as the most attractive city in the country. With numerous tourist attractions, the city of Rome has stood the test of time and continues to captivate visitors from all over the world. While in Italy, consider visiting this precious [...]

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Julius Caesar grave in Rome

The Julius Caesar Grave in Rome : Facts & All You Want to Know

Want to visit Julius Caesar grave while in Rome? In this post, we are going to show you how. This powerful general ruled as a dictator over Rome for only 5 years before being assassinated. But his legacy was strong - he was a pivotal factor in the fall of the Roman Republic, which led [...]

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Church of Santa Sabina in Rome

Church of Santa Sabina In Rome (History Facts & Architecture)

Built in the early 400s, the Church of Santa Sabina is one of the few examples of traditional Roman Basilica construction that exists today. It is most famous for the magnificent carved wooden doors, the oldest in Christian art, but is a stunning piece of architecture in its own right. The Short History of the [...]

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Caelian Hill in Rome

Caelian Hill In Rome (History Facts, Attractions & Tickets)

Many tourists visit Rome on a spiritual pilgrimage, a culinary adventure, or vacationing on the shores of Mediterranian beaches. The Caelian Hill belong on the list of important attractions. The undulating hills represent more than historical and cultural significance to locals and visitors. With our guide, you’ll enjoy the Mediterranean air and explore the monuments of [...]

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Villa Celimontana

Villa Celimontana In Rome (History Facts & Things to Do)

The gorgeous Roma Villa Celimontana is the perfect place for an afternoon or early morning escape. These carefully restored grounds offer moments of peace and tranquility amongst a hectic tourist itinerary in Rome. Read on to learn more about its stunning beauty. The History of Villa Celimontana fountain_villa_celimontana Villa Celimontana Rome was created from a [...]

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Temple of Castor and Pollux

Temple of Castor and Pollux in Roman Forum (History Facts & Tickets)

The Temple of Castor and Pollux is a striking columned monument in the Roman forum, dedicated to the half-brother twins Castor and Pollux. Let's uncover the history of this place together in this handy guide. The Short History Behind The Temple Of Castor And Pollux history_temple_castor_pollux Legend has it that after the battle between the [...]

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San Lorenzo In Miranda in Rome

San Lorenzo In Miranda In Rome: History, Tickets & Things to See

Famous as the Church within a Temple, San Lorenzo in Miranda is a seventeenth century baroque church. Originally known as the Temple of the Deified Antoninus Pius and Faustina, it is a must visit for any trip to Rome, here is everything you need to know about this wonderful church. The History of the Church [...]

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Tabularium in Rome

Tabularium In Rome: The Purpose of the Building & Tips for Visiting

Located on the edge of the Capitoline Hill, the Tabularium was a place where the ancient Romans kept important documents and records. It was found in the Roman Forum, and also was home to the day to day business of many Roman officials. Let’s find out more about this ancient building together. The History Of [...]

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