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10 Facts About The Pantheon

Even today, almost 2000 years after its construction, the breathtaking pantheon is a remarkable building to see. The spectacular design, proportions, elegance and harmony are a striking reminder of the architecture of the great Roman Empire… Continue Reading…
 
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7 Facts about the Spanish Steps

With its irregular butterfly design, the beautiful “Scalina Spagna”, or Spanish Steps are just one of these must see places when in Rome and a great example of Roman Baroque Style… Continue Reading…
 
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10 Facts About The Colosseum

Rome’s most popular monument was built between 72-80 A.D. The Colosseum is still the largest amphitheater in the world, and stands as an iconic symbol of Rome and the great Roman architecture. Continue Reading…
 
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10 Facts about Julius Caesar

The people of Rome gave him titles, honors and more power than anyone else in their history but who was the man behind? His influence today might be more prevalent than you think. Even the King of Diamonds in the traditional pack of playing cards is meant to represent him. Continue Reading…
 
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Appian Way, the Queen of Roads

Lately there was quite an interest with our Sunday Appian way Segway Tour, a good enough reason to add some words about the Remarkable yet less visited Via Appia Antica, with its History and Catacombs… Continue Reading…
 
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Bernini’s Minerva Chick

Adjacent to the pantheon, in front of the Dominican church “Santa Maria Sopra La Minerva” (St.Mary Over Minerva), lies one of the most curious monuments of Rome, the so called “Pulcino della Minerva”, or in english – Minervas Chick. The brilliantly carved and very realistic … Continue Reading…
 
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The Turtle Fountain

Many travelers wandering around Rione Sant’Angelo, more commonly referred as the Jewish Ghetto, tend to miss one of the most beautiful fountains in Rome, The small “Fontana delle Tartarughe” or “Fontana Tortoise”, better known as the Turtle Fountain… Continue Reading…
 
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Rome’s ‘Talking’ Baboon Fountain

Er Babuino – The baboon Rome is famous for its marvelous fountains, but there is one that doesn’t shine for beauty, and it is the “Fontana del Babuino” – “The Baboon Fountain”… Continue Reading…
 
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The Great Synagogue of Rome

The story of the oldest continuous Jewish community outside Israel goes back to the year 160 BC when an allegation from Judea came to Rome seeking an alliance. In Fact, the Jews in Rome are commonly named “Ebrei” meaning Judah’s for being a direct path … Continue Reading…
 
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The Bridge of Angels

Ten strikingly beautiful angel sculptures ,designed by famous sculptor Gian Lorenzo Bernini, line the spectacular travertine marble made “Ponte Sant’Angelo” or “Bridge of Angels” in Rome… Continue Reading…
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ROLLING ROME SEGWAY & GOLF-CART


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