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Accademia di Francia - Villa Medici
Viale della Trinità dei Monti, 1

The current building dates back to the mid-sixteenth century. The designer was the architect, Giovanni Lippi.

Casa di Goethe
Via del Corso, 18

From 1786 to 1788, the German poet Johann Wolfgang Goethe (1749-1832) lived with his friend, the painter Johann Heinrich Wilhelm Tischbein, at Via del Corso 18.

Fontana del Babuino
Via del Babuino

Financed by a wealthy merchant, Alessandro Grandi, the  Babuino Fountain, which is to be found in the street of the same name, was built around 1580.

Fontana della Barcaccia
Piazza di Spagna

The theme goes back to the flood of 1598, when boats could reach the place now occupied by this fountain (hence the name). Pope Urban VIII commissioned the work from Bernini in 1627.

Galleria Sciarra
Via Marco Minghetti

From 1882, all of the 17th century buildings that lie between Via del Corso, Via Minghetti and Via delle Vergini underwent major restructuring.

Palazzo Bonaparte - Impressionisti segreti
from 6 October 2019 to 8 March 2020
Piazza Venezia, 5

Palazzo Bonaparte apre per la prima volta le sue porte a veri capolavori dell’Impressionismo, il movimento artistico francese forse più noto e amato al mondo per l


Moneyless, Struttura Over 011 (installation)

Keats-Shelley house
Piazza di Spagna, 26

In the beating heart of Rome, beside the Spanish Steps, there is a British house museum
devoted to the short, but vivid lives of the Romantic poets.

La Vendemmia di Roma
from 14 October 2019 to 20 October 2019

The exclusive combination of luxury brands and wines par excellence, produced by the best Italian and international wineries, is back for the third edition of "La Vendemmia di

Piazza Colonna, 370

Located in the heart of the Tridente district, Palazzo Chigi is the seat of both the Italian government and the prime minister’s official residence.

Piazza di Monte Citorio, 33

The Palazzo, seat of the Chamber of Deputies, was first designed by Gian Lorenzo Bernini in 1653, completed by Carlo Fontana, while  further work was added by Art Nouveau Architect Ernesto Basile i

Piazza del Popolo

“Il Babuino”, Via Ripetta and Via del Corso are the three main roads flowing into Piazza del Popolo.

Piazza di Spagna
Piazza di Spagna

On entering the piazza, you are immediately taken aback by such elegance: the yellow, brownish ochre-coloured buildings, Bernini’s fountain and the celebrated Spanish Steps

Piazza San Lorenzo in Lucina
Piazza di San Lorenzo in Lucina

Not many people are aware that the very first Christian churches were “domus ecclesiae”, a household church or private homes which wealthy owners open their doors to for believers

Piazza Venezia
Piazza Venezia

The district’s name derives from a white three-pronged lance because from Piazza del Popolo, just like a trident, it forks into three roads: Via di RipettaVia del Babuino and Via del Corso.

A long list of illustrious names such as the English Poets Keats and Shelley, German Author Goethe and Italian Film Director Fellini all lived in this district.

The top luxury brands have their natural home in these elegant streets and the serious shoppers, those not bothered about the number of “zeros” on price tags, may suddenly find themselves in paradise.

The star here is unquestionably Piazza di Spagnawhich daily attracts Romans and tourists alike to idly sit on its celebrated steps and enjoy the view onto Bernini’s “Barcaccia” (old barge) and the shopping streets. Literally covered with thousands of azaleas in early spring, the Spanish steps virtually assume a fairytale-like quality.

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