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20 July 2019
Piazzale del Foro Italico

July 20th, 2019 – Stadio Olimpico

Area Archeologica del Sepolcro degli Scipioni
Via di Porta San Sebastiano, 9

The archaeological area of the Tomb of the Scipios is located along the urban stretch of the ancient Via Appia, within the Aurelian Walls, before the city gate, Porta S. Sebastiano.

Area archeologica del Vicus Caprarius
Vicolo del Puttarello, 25

Not far from Trevi Fountain, in Vicolo del Puttarello, there is the Vicus Caprarius archaeological site, also called “Città dell’Acqua”

Area Archeologica Stadio di Domiziano
Via di Tor Sanguigna, 3

The Stadium of Domitian Archaeological Area, now Piazza Navona in Rome, “the earliest example of a masonry athletics stadium built in Rome, a unique element in the hi

Area Sacra di S. Omobono
Vico Jugario, 4

Strolling around the area of ​​the Foro Olitorio (opposite the modern Palazzo dell’Anagrafe), it is possible to see the archaeological area known as the Sacred Area of S.

Auditorium di Mecenate
Largo Leopardi

If you happen to be going down Via Merulana from the Basilica of St.

Augustus, Welcome To Rome
Corso Vittorio Emanuele II, 203

Augustus, Welcome To Rome is a new multimedia space where you can live a unique experience: to dive into 2700 years of history of the Eternal City.

Aula Gotica del Monastero dei Ss. Quattro Coronati
Via dei Santi Quattro, 20

The SS. Quattro Coronati complex is one of the most rich in history, art and spirituality in Rome.

San Clemente
Via Labicana, 95

Its late Baroque external hides treasures dating back mainly to the Middle Ages: stand the ciborium and the floor of Cosmati, the magnificent schola cantorum and the mosaic of Roman school depictin

Basilica Neopitagorica di Porta Maggiore
Via Prenestina, 17

The Neo-Pythagorean underground basilica is located near Porta Maggiore.

The Istituzione Sistema delle Biblioteche Centri Culturali di Roma (Roman Libraries and Cultural Centres System) includes over 40 structures, all of which include a section dedicat

Bunker di Villa Torlonia
Via Nomentana, 70

The bunker and air-raid shelters of Villa Torlonia are also reopening.

28 artists, more than 30  murals.

Casa dei Cavalieri di Rodi
Piazza del Grillo, 1

The House of the Knights of Rhodes was the seat of the Roman Priory of the Knights of St. John of Jerusalem, later known as being from Rhodes and from Malta.

Casa del Jazz
Viale di Porta Ardeatina, 55

The Casa del Jazz, (House of Jazz), a unique place in Europe in the heart of Rome!

Casa Museo Alberto Moravia
Lungotevere della Vittoria, 1

Alberto Moravia, writer, traveller, intellectual, lived through the Twentieth century and gave his distinctive voice to European culture.

Casa Museo di Giacinto Scelsi
Via di San Teodoro, 8

The Isabella Scelsi Foundation preserves the Casa Scelsi Museum, which opened to the public in 1996, it is the result of an express wish of Scelsi who left us his music, his poetry

Casa Museo di Giorgio De Chirico
Piazza di Spagna, 31

Giorgio de Chirico House Museum has been opened to the public in 1998, after a careful restoration, on the occasion of the 20th anniversary of the artist’s passing.

Via Pasquale Stanislao Mancini, 20

Andersen_630Hendrik Christian Andersen Museum

Casa Museo Mario Praz
Via Giuseppe Zanardelli, 1

The House Museum Mario Praz (1896-1982) located in Rome, at Palazzo Primoli, was inaugurated in June 1995. He was a famous anglicist, essayist and scholar.

Casina del Cardinal Bessarione
Via di Porta San Sebastiano, 8

The Casina del Cardinal Bessarione is an unusual example of a Renaissance villa outside the city in an area full of testimonials to the Republican and Imperial eras.

Casina di Raffaello
Via della Casina di Raffaello

La ludoteca di Villa Borghese dedicata a tutti i bambini dai 3 ai 10 anni

Frascati Palazzo Aldobrandini

The area geographically indicated as Colli Albani, situated to the southeast of Rome, is characterised by numerous villages called Castelli Romani because, in their history, they have all undergone

Catacombe di San Callisto
Via Appia Antica, 110/126

Le Catacombe di San Callisto rappresentano il nucleo cimiteriale più antico e meglio conservato della Via Appia; il complesso deve il nome al papa martire S.

Catacombe di San Sebastiano
Via Appia Antica, 136

Usate già come luogo funerario pagano, le Catacombe di San Sebastiano si trasformarono in necropoli cristiana verso la fine del II secolo, dedicate ai SS. Pietro e Paolo.

Chiesa dei SS. Quattro
Via dei Santi Quattro, 20

The name of the church refers to different stories about the history of martyrs.

Chiesa della Natività di Gesù
Piazza di Pasquino, 2

In Piazza Pasquino, next to Piazza Navona, is the little Natività di Gesù Church, originally built in 1692 and altered several times thereafter.

Chiesa di Sant'Agostino in Campo Marzio
Piazza di Sant'Agostino, 80

The church was built in 1296 at the behest of Pope Boniface VIII, but was completed only in 1420.

Chiesa di Sant'Andrea delle Fratte
Via di Sant'Andrea delle Fratte, 1

The elliptical apse, the drum of the dome and the bell tower are attributed to Borromini, who worked on the building since 1653.

Cappella di s. Zenone
Via di Santa Prassede, 9/a

Parallel to Via Merulana, next to Santa Maria Maggiore, lies Via di Santa Prassede.

Chiesa di Sant’Urbano
Via Appia Pignatelli, 65

This is an ancient temple built, converted into a church in the ninth century, overlooking the valley of the River Almone, today the Valley of the Caffarella.

Via di Castel Romano, 200

The theme park in Rome, Cinecittà World, is dedicated to films and the film industry. Cinecittà World is the first and largest park in Italy dedicated to this theme.

Colonna Traiana
Via dei Fori Imperiali

Trajan’s Column is the only monument in the Roman Forum that has reached us practically intact.

Largo Terzo millennio, 8

Our first glimpse of U.S. Architect Richard Meier’s Church “Dives in Misecordia” appears to be that of a ship in full sail.

Domus Romane di Palazzo Valentini
Foro Traiano, 85

Through a virtual reconstruction, light, sound effects and projections, the visitor will see "reborn" walls, rooms, peristyle, thermes, salons, decorations, kitchens, furniture of the patrician "Do

Explora - il Museo dei Bambini di Roma
Via Flaminia, 80

Near Piazza del Popolo, in the reclaimed Spazio Flaminio, a former ATAC bus depot dating back to 1877, you will find an area especially for children from 3 to 12 years old, school groups and famili

Fontana di Trevi

The Fontana di Trevi, the Trevi fountain, is one of Rome’s most well known sights.

Fontana del Tritone
Piazza Barberini

Four dolphins raise, with their tails, a conch on which a triton blows a shell-horn. The artist created this work in 1643.

Fontana delle Naiadi
Piazza della Repubblica

This is the most beautiful of Rome’s modern fountains. It was constructed in order to provide an attractively monumental view for what was once an extremely elegant street − via Nazionale.

Piazza di Trevi

Work on the celebrated rococo fountain was first begun in 1732 by Nicola Salvi (who beat off competition to be awarded the commission by Pope Clement XII) and was completed by Giuseppe

Galleria d'Arte Moderna di Roma Capitale
Via Zucchelli, 7

Founded in 1925, the collection housed in the Gallery in Via Crispi had since its inception a very specific purpose: to document the Roman artistic environment.

Galleria Nazionale d'Arte Antica - Palazzo Barberini
Via delle Quattro Fontane, 13

The National Gallery of Ancient Art, founded in 1895 by uniting the Corsini and Torlonia Collections, has since 1949 occupied the main and second floors of Palazzo Barberini and collects works from

Galleria Nazionale d'Arte Antica - Palazzo Corsini
Via della Lungara, 10

The history of Palazzo Corsini begins in 1511, when the building was erected by Cardinal Raffaele Riario (1461-1521) on his property on Via della Lungara.

Roma meta di artisti stranieri per studiare le memorie della città

In the photo above, “Welcome to Rebibbia”, the mural competed by the Italian cartoonist Zerocalcare outside the Rebibbia underground station.

Anti-Mafia murals created for the Associazione da Sud by artist Diavù at the Collina della Pace in Rome.

The fantasy fauna by artist HITNES facing on to an abandoned square.

An incredible work that is rich in style and highly varied.

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