As part of the initiatives scheduled for the Week of Remembrance to commemorate the victims of the Holocaust and remember the anniversary of the liberation of the Auschwitz camp, an open-air photographic exhibition in the historic center of Rome, between Via Frattina and Piazza di Spagna, will recount the Nazi-fascism’s horrors by reconstructing the historical stages that led to its development, with the aim of spreading memory through active participation.
It is one of the most anticipated and beloved sporting events for elite athletes, top runners and running enthusiasts: there is time until February 20 to register, individually or as a club, for the Telepass RomaOstia Half Marathon, which is Italy’s best-known and most popular half marathon scheduled for 5 March 202
The beauty of Rome is not only its immense artistic, archaeological and architectural heritage: what makes Rome a unique city in the world, adding to its charm, are also its many parks and gardens, from the great Baroque aristocratic villas, such as Villa Borghese or Villa Pamphilj, to the romantic 19th-century promenades of the Pincio or Gianicolo, not to mention the “minor” villas that were realized after the unification of Italy or the public gardens of the early 20th century.
Take a picture with the Colosseum, the world's most iconic monument, in the background? Done! Heelflips, airwalks, board slides, and other stunning acrobatics are possible today thanks to the most Instagram-worthy skatepark ever, which also makes inroads overseas and makes Rome the top destination for practicing this popular sport.