Most Attractions Things You Should Know About Rome before visit

Rome is the 4th most populated and the largest city with 3 million residents in the European Union. Rome is the Capital of Italy and located in the central western of the Italian peninsula. A river named "Tiber" flows along the city, Rome is often called as the Capital of Two States, because there is a Vatican city situated within the city boundaries of Rome.


Rome
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Ancient Rome

Rome has risen from nothing to become a World Power, it saw many up's and down over the course of two thousand years. The Rome Empire enjoyed a magnificent rule from 5th century AD. By the time of the renaissance in the late 13th century, the Vatican was a strong influence on both art and religion, during Renaissance, the most stunning artistic contributions were created in Rome, after the dark period of Italian Wars (1494-1599), Rome was chosen as the capital of the new Italian republic, with such a diverse culture of religious and political history it's no surprise that Rome is one of the most frequently visited cities in the modern world. The Vatican is a favorite destination for many of the worlds Catholics and thousands more visit the city each year to view Roman Ancient Buildings and Historical Museums.


Candelária Church

Candelária Church
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Tourists Attraction


Rome with its long history, monuments, churches and restores ruins offers a glimpse. Into life during the days of great Roman Empire. there are many places that attract the tourists. The Roman Colosseum is a demonstration of the structural skills of the Romans people and offers knowledge into the way of life that commended the gladiator games at this huge Entertainment arena, Outside the Colosseum, look out for the arch of Constantine.

The Roman forum was the center of the city life playing host to festivals, celebrations, funeris a als and rituals, pantheon is a Rome's Temple to the gets is remarkable
intact, the pantheon look on yet another role as a designated tomb for some of the city's artist and elite including the painter Raphael and former king of Italy.
Ostia Antica is an important archaeological site that once was the seaport of Rome, It is located less than 20 miles from Rome at the mouth of river Tiber. Ostia Antica is well known for all buildings and ancient public toilets that turned bathrooms into a social setting.

Pantheon

Pantheon
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Basilica di Santa Maria

Basilica di Santa Maria
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Maggiore is viewed as one of the most important Catholic church in Rome, Travellers who are in Rome on August 5 can attend the Miracle of Snow celebration when thousands of white petals are dropped from the ceiling.


Castel Sant'angelo



Castel Sant'angelo
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Castel Sant Angelo was once Romes tallest building, now it is the museum, itis most well know sight in the somewhere a lot of people visit every year.

Trevi Fountain

Trevi Fountain
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Trevi Fountain is a world-famous baroque fountain features a mythological sculptural composition of Neptune, get off the sea, flanked by two Tritons, The area of the trevi fountain marks the end of the terminus of the ancient Aqua Virgo aqueduct and is so named by virtue of its situation at the intersection of three streets. The fountain is the setting of an iconic scene for the visitor, it has become one of the most popular tourist attractions in Rome.



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