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Conseils des habitants

Tommaso
Tommaso
July 1, 2014
La romana, best ice cream in Rome
Giuseppe
Giuseppe
December 29, 2017
Il modo migliore di muoversi in questa zone è a piedi, la posizione è strategica in pochi minuti si raggiungono le maggiori attrazioni turistiche. Per il Vaticano si può prendere la metro A fermata Repubblica
Cristina
Cristina
September 10, 2014
Vicinissimo alla stazione Termini

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Natural Feature
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Post Office
“Estese tra il Viminale e il Quirinale su una superficie di oltre 13 ettari, le Terme di Diocleziano sono il più grandioso complesso termale mai costruito nel mondo romano a due passi dalla Stazione Termini”
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Route
“location is very attractive, close to Coliseum and walking distance to Roman forum and many other famous roman monuments, metro station Cavour in the street, bus and metro station Termini 10 min away”
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History Museum
“Located near the foot of Trajan's Column this gem of an attraction should be on your must see list when in Rome. Simply put, it is like stepping back to see what it was like in a patricians house 2000 years ago. ”
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Natural Feature
“The area between the Tiber and the group of hills nearest the river - Capitoline,Palatine and Aventine - was occupied in ancient times by the Forum Boarium(from bos, ox), where the cattle market was held. This plain was of fundamental importance from Rome's earliest times, as the meeting point of the Tiber with the road running north-south to connect Etruria with Campania. In the area between the three temples of the nearby Forum Holitorium and the temple of Portunus, the deity protecting the port, lay the commercial port of the city. The legends about the Foro Boario indicate the market precisely in this point, on the bank of the river, as the first nucleus for the development of the city. The two temples of the Forum Boarium in Hellenistic style date from the Republican age (509-27 BC): the temple of Portunus, already mentioned - the so-called Temple of Virile Fortune, and the temple to Hercules the Victor also known as the temple of Vesta.”
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