The Colosseum
"As long as the Colosseum, there will Rome when the Colosseum falls, Rome will also fall, but when Rome falls, the world will fall"

Rome, places and monuments
Rome
Piazza Navona Piazza Navona, the most beautiful baroque square of Rome, occupies the track of the ancient Stadium of Domitian which has preserved perfectly rectangular shape.
The Stadium, built by Domitian to serve the Greek athletic games he particularly appreciated, measuring 275 meters long by 106 wide, two main entrances opened at the center of the long sides, while another was at the center of the curved side. From a calculation made on the length of the steps is possible to reconstruct the figure of about 30,000 spectators in
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Trastevere Trastevere is the thirteenth district of Rome; is located on the west bank (right bank) of the river Tiber, south of the CITY Vatican, its name comes from the Latin trans Tiberim, which means beyond of the Tiber.
At the time of the origins of Rome (754-509 BC), the area of Trastevere was a hostile land that belonged to the Etruscans, Rome taken it just to be able to monitor the river on both sides. Rome had no interest in extending urbanistically on that side, and, in fact, Trastevere was connected to the rest of the CITY only by a weak wooden bridge, the Sublicio. continua
Other monuments of Rome


  • Trevi's Fontain


  • Flowers Field
  • The Pantheon and its legends