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L. Freud "Girl with a White Dog" @Tate
from 26 September 2019 to 23 February 2020
Arco della Pace, 5

The Chiostro del Bramante hosts the exhibition Bacon, Freud, La Scuola di Londra (Bacon Freud, The School of London), one of the most fascinating chapters of contemporary

Opening Night ph.Simon Gosselin
from 27 September 2019 to 29 September 2019
Largo di Torre Argentina, 52

Il film culto di John Cassavetes, ispirato alla pièce omonima di Cromwell, torna in scena al Teatro Argentina nella rilettura del regista francese

Area sacra di Largo Argentina
Via di San Nicola de Cesarini

Opening out before one of Rome’s most important and oldest theatres, Teatro Argentina, and located in the middle of a rather busy road junction, is an archaeological site which was discovered as re

Campo de' Fiori
Campo Dè Fiori

A celebrated and picturesque market by day, Camp dè Fiori quickly turns into a hub for nightlifers in the evening.

Casa Museo Accademia d'Armi Musumeci Greco
Via del Seminario, 87

The “Casa museo Musumeci Greco” is located on the first floor of a 15° century small building, in the centre of Rome, near the Pantheon.

Fontana dei Fiumi
Piazza Navona

Located in the very middle of Piazza Navona, the Fountain of the Four Rivers is a masterpiece from Gian Lorenzo Bernini (1598-1680).

Galleria Spada
Piazza Capo di Ferro, 13

In Piazza Capo di Ferro, near Piazza Farnese and Campo de’ Fiori, Borromini’s Prospective Gallery is waiting to be admired in Palazzo Spada.

Insula romana di San Paolo alla Regola (sotto Palazzo Specchi)
Via di San Paolo alla Regola, 16

To find out the origin of the discovery of the San Paolo alla Regola Roman Insula (under Palazzo Specchi), the story starts from the sixteenth century Palazzo Specchi and the area near the


Dorothy Circus Gallery, Miss Van and Mr. Klevra.

Museo di Roma
Piazza di San Pantaleo, 10

The Museum of Rome is housed in the 18th century Palazzo Braschi situated at the heart of Renaissance and Baroque Rome, between Piazza Navona and Piazza Campo dei Fiori.

Museo di Scultura Antica Giovanni Barracco
Corso Vittorio Emanuele II, 166a

The first catalogue Barracco published outlines the principles that guided his collection: “I found that it was impossible to study Greek art in depth, without knowing the older art forms (Egypt an

Palazzo Farnese
Piazza Farnese, 67

Palazzo Farnese, one of the most beautiful Renaissance palaces of Rome was started in 1514 by Antonio Sangallo, continued by Michelangelo and completed by Giacomo della Porta.

Piazza della Rotonda


Piazza Navona
Piazza Navona

Undeniably the most elegant and cheerful of all Roman piazzas, Piazza Navona was built on the Stadium of Domitian in the 1st Century A.D. and still preserves its outline.

from 8 October 2019 to 1 March 2020
Via dei Chiavari, 7/9

Musja, the new Roman space dedicated to the most innovative trends in contemporary art, opens to the public with the first exhibition of a trilogy designed specifically for the museum.

Canova. Eterna bellezza
from 9 October 2019 to 15 March 2020
Piazza di San Pantaleo, 10

Rome vient de perdre Canova, qui a inventé un nouveau genre de beau idéal, plus rapproché de nos mœurs que de celles des Grecs

Considered the heart of the city’s historic centre, it is a sheer delight to wander aimlessly around this district. A simple stroll here means inevitably finding yourself suddenly in a vast and celebrated bustling piazza or at a romantic or curious corner or indeed facing sumptuous buildings, famed museums or in small churches full of masterpieces, many of which, in fact, house the works of CaravaggioMichelangelo and Raphael.

This part of Rome is without a shadow of doubt the best known and most visited by tourists, who often head straight for cheerful piazza Navona, with its famed fountains, its street artists and portrait painters; for the Pantheon, another major symbol of Rome together with the Colosseum, and for Campo de Fiori, a multi-coloured and vibrant piazza where youngsters flock to in the evenings for an aperitif or a chat after dinner.

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