Rome





Roman Empire Center: Roman Forum

History The Roman Forum, which dates back to the present, can be seen as an archaeological relic consisting of temples, basilicas, triumphal arches and arched columns, but it was the center of the political, commercial and legal life of Rome in the 1000 years of its active use. Of course, …

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Vatican Attractions & Attractions

All the world is a sacred place for Christians to embrace the Catholic faith Vatican, Rome ‘at the center of a state with a population close to 1,000 at the same time. The world’s smallest country ruled by the Pope is home to millions of tourists from all over the …

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The Heart of Art in Rome: Vatican Museums and Sistina Chapel

The Vatican is known for its museums with a spiritual center and the abundance of historical buildings that have reached the perfection of architecture, as well as the most valuable works of plastic arts such as paintings and sculptures. If you don’t do a tour of the Vatican Museums during …

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Everything You Want to Know About Navona Square

As you know, Rome and all other cities in Italy have a rich challenge culture. In addition to being a place where people meet for a variety of reasons, there are also social functions of eating and drinking in cafes and restaurants. Moreover, in the case of Italy, the squares …

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Pantheon (Rome)

Pantheon, ancient Rome is a temple of the rest of the period and preserved in the best way. The current Pantheon is the third building in the same place. The previous two buildings were destroyed in fires. The Pantheon, dedicated to the pagan Roman gods, was built between 118 – …

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St. Peter's Basilica (Basilica di San Pietro)

St. Peter’s Basilica in the A monument was erected on the site of St. Peter’s tomb in the 2nd century BC and then the first basilica was built in 349 AD by order of Emperor Constantinus. In the 15th century, the original basilica which had been demolished was replaced with …

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St. Peter's Square (Piazza San Pietro)

St. Peter’s Square is the famous square of the Vatican , the smallest state in the world. The square located in front of St. Peter’s Basilica , by the artist, sculptor and architect Gian Lorenzo Bernini of Neapolitan Pope Pope VIII. It was built between 1656-1667 for Alexander. Berinini’nin 196 …

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Domus Aurea (Neron's Golden House)

The Golden House of the Neron, also known as the Domus Aurea , is the famous palace built by the famous Roman Emperor Neron. Neron, who wanted to evaluate the large area that emerged after a big fire in Rome in 64 AD; Palatino built a palace covering a large …

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Spanish Steps and Piazza Spagna

The Piazza di Spagna (Spanish Square), with its Spanish Steps and stairs, is one of the most vibrant parts of Rome . The square, named after the Spanish Embassy in the region, is one of the favorite places for both Romans and tourists day and night. The reason why the …

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Rome's Giant Arena: Information about the Colosseum

One of the most important historical and touristic buildings in Rome , the colonial Colosseum is basically an archaeological relic. But not so simple, of course. This 2-thousand-year-old building is one of the most tourist-attracting structures in the world. On the other hand, while still keeping the glory of the …

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