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Amphitheatres of the Roman Empire in the mid-3rd century CE.

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The Baths of Caracalla, built between 212 and 216 AD by Emperor Marcus Aurelius

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Audrey Hepburn on the set of Breakfast At Tiffany’s, 1961

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Galleria Sciarra : è una galleria pedonale tra via Marco Minghetti, vicolo Sciarra e piazza dell'Oratorio, nel rione Trevi ; è composta da un vano centrale, ricco di partiture architettoniche e dipinto tra il 1885 e il 1888 da Giuseppe Cellini: la decorazione , in Stile Liberty , richiama l'ambiente della Cronaca bizantina . [da vedere]

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In-depth travel guide to Rome, Italy - learn everything about the best things to do and see, top attractions, tours and day trips from the Eternal City!

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The minimal apartments here were for only sleeping, no kitchens so there was a communal eating area- Thermopolium, (The ancient fast food and bar) Ostia Antica, Italia

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I really want to travel to Rome for work. It is so rich in history. I know, I want to go to all the cliche places, but can you blame me? They're all so beautiful.

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The Ancient Roman Pons Aemilius (today called Ponte Rotto). Initially constructed in 179 BC, it is the oldest Roman stone bridge in Rome, Italy. In 12 BC, Augustus completely restored the bridge with a tuff and concrete core. Photo courtesy & taken by Patrick Denker

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