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Torre Argentina (Roman Cat Sanctuary) – Rome, Italy - Atlas Obscura

Torre Argentina (Roman Cat Sanctuary)

Torre Argentina (Roman Cat Sanctuary) – Rome, Italy - Atlas Obscura

If you are visiting Rome the Torre Argentina Roman Cat Sanctuary is the perfect place to visit in Rome with the kids.  The sanctuary provides healthcare to abandoned and stray cats. Don't miss this destination.

Torre Argentina Roman Cat Sanctuary Provides Home And Healthcare To Abandoned And Stray Felines

Torre Argentina Roman Cat Sanctuary Provides Home And Healthcare To Abandoned And Stray Felines - Tourist Meets Traveler

Over 300,000 stray cats live in Rome, descendants of Egyptian cats brought there 3,000 years ago. These cats are not wild, but need human help to survive.  http://www.romancats.com/

Cat on Constantine’s Foot, Palatine Museum, Rome photo: Elena Giglia

If you are visiting Rome the Torre Argentina Roman Cat Sanctuary is the perfect place to visit in Rome with the kids.  The sanctuary provides healthcare to abandoned and stray cats. Don't miss this destination.

Torre Argentina Roman Cat Sanctuary Provides Home And Healthcare To Abandoned And Stray Felines

Torre Argentina Roman Cat Sanctuary Provides Home And Healthcare To Abandoned And Stray Felines - Tourist Meets Traveler

Torre Argentina Roman Cat Sanctuary

Torre Argentina Roman Cat Sanctuary

Torre Argentina Roman Cat Sanctuary combines history and cats! The cats live among the ancient Roman temples where Julius Caesar was assassinated.

Torre Argentina Cat Sanctuary ~ Rome, Italy

Rome - Torre Argentina Cat Sanctuary, nestled in a busy square with cars flying past are these ruins. Below is a small cat sanctuary and many stray cats nap lazily in the sun. I loved it, they served as guardians of the ruins.

Torre Argentina Roman Cat Sanctuary. And a chance to see the steps of Pompey's theatre, where (probably) Caesar suffered the death of 1000, well 40, cuts.

Torre Argentina Roman Cat Sanctuary

Torre Argentina Roman Cat Sanctuary - Justin Plus Lauren

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Torre Argentina Roman Cat Sanctuary

Called Largo di Torre Argentina, this is truly an architectural wonder. It was excavated in 1929 as part of the rebuilding efforts of Mussolini.

Torre Argentina Roman Cat Sanctuary combines history and cats! The cats live among the ancient Roman temples where Julius Caesar was assassinated.

Torre Argentina Roman Cat Sanctuary

Torre Argentina Roman Cat Sanctuary combines history and cats! The cats live among the ancient Roman temples where Julius Caesar was assassinated.

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