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Vegetarisk / Vegansk restaurang
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“Very near to Piazza del Popolo, fantastic lunch buffet at just 15 euros (mon to friday), weekends and public holiday 25 euros per person. Ideal also for Vegan and food is so good even a non vegetarian will love it.”
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Konstmuseum
“To learn about the events related to this magnificent noble residence, a precious example of Renaissance architecture, almost unknown to the public, join one of the organized tours and explore the many rooms where extraordinary archaeological collections are hosted. The collection is dominated by the magnificent group of suicide Galata, which belonged to the Boncompagni Ludovisi family, and the finds from the Syriac sanctuary to the Janiculum and from the Iseo di Campo Marzio that make the visit of this palace an unforgettable experience. "”
16lokala rekommendationer
Konstgalleri
“masterpieces in a private gallery with a mundane story. See Vanity Fair Article written on the owners. Caravaggios, roman statues, El Greco and more”
15lokala rekommendationer
Kyrka
“The so-called Tempietto (Italian: "small temple") built by Donato Bramante in the courtyard of San Pietro in Montorio, is considered a masterpiece of High Renaissance Italian architecture.”
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Konstgalleri
“Close to home and away from the bustle you can see great works of art and enjoy the lovely garden...”
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Konstgalleri
“The facade of the palace is one of the most interesting ones, inside it there is the fake gallery by Bernini; it seems to be as long as 35 mt. but it is only 8,82 mt. long. ”
15lokala rekommendationer
Cocktailbar
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“The Museum of Rome is part of the Museums in the Municipality system and is located in Piazza di S. Pantaleo 10 in the Palazzo Braschi, the palace of the Parione district in Rome between Corso Vittorio Emanuele II and Piazza Navona. The museum consists of 15 rooms on the second floor and another 5 on the third floor of the building. Wikipedia Address: Piazza di S. Pantaleo, 10, 00186 Rome RM Timetables: Open ⋅ Closes at 19”
9lokala rekommendationer
Museum
“Very nice view from Pincio Terrace, nice restaurant Casina Valadier, Bar del Lago, nice walking”
13lokala rekommendationer
Konstmuseum
“Octavianus Augustus brought to Rome a time of peace and prosperity after long and severe civil wars. To celebrate peace (and to glorify himself) he built an altar. Do you know that it still exists? is in this museum (not nice if you see it from outside, for me) but often hosts some really important exhibitions!”
7lokala rekommendationer
Kyrka
“The Exarchic Monastery of Santa Maria in Grottaferrata, also known as the Greek Abbey of Saint Nilus, was founded in 1004.”
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History Museum
“is located in the former monastery of Sant'Egidio, where the barefoot Carmelite monks lived until the fall of Rome. After it was restored, in 1976, the building became home to the Museum of Folklore and Roman poets, where materials on popular Roman traditions from the Museum of Rome and the Gabinetto Comunale delle Stampe were stored. In 2000, it was reopened to the public with the name of the Museum of Rome in Trastevere. The new renovations allow for a use of the building that is much more responsive to the current needs of the museum, lending itself particularly to the organization of temporary exhibitions especially of photography, performances, conferences and concerts. The museum's permanent collection shows the most important aspects of popular Roman life from the late eighteenth and nineteenth centuries, filtered through the tastes and beliefs of the artists and folklorists who represented it. The main themes in the collection are fashion, popular dances, secular and religious festivals, and crafts. ”
8lokala rekommendationer
History Museum
“Located near Villa Borghese, Villa Giulia houses artefacts from pre-Roman Italian antiquity, particularly from the Etruscan era. A visit to the Villa Giulia is very interesting, not only because the objects on display are very unique and varied, but also because a visit to the mansion and gardens is quite pleasant.”
21lokala rekommendationer
History Museum
“Located near the foot of Trajan's Column this gem of an attraction should be on your must see list when in Rome. Simply put, it is like stepping back to see what it was like in a patricians house 2000 years ago. ”
23lokala rekommendationer
Museum
“It is worth going to see the place that housed the remains of one of the greatest Romans who ever lived.”
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History Museum
“The Museum of the Walls is located in Porta San Sebastiano, one of the largest and best preserved parts of the Aurelian Walls. The current display, on the first and second floors, opened in 1990 and is divided into three sections - ancient, mediaeval and modern, each with explanatory texts, drawings and photographs. The display narrates the history of the city's fortifications. It starts with those built under the kings of Rome, then those under the Republic, before discussing the walls built by Marcus Aurelius in the third century BC. The historical and political events that led to the building of the Aurelian walls are detailed, as well as the strategic considerations that led to them being built where they were. There is a further analysis of the building techniques used, including door types, as well as subsequent restorations and transformations. The circular hall on the first floor contains models of the various construction phases of the Aurelian Walls, and a three dimensional plan of Rome, showing the layout of its fortifications. In the mediaeval and modern sections, found on the second floor, the historical and architectural events that befell the Aurelian Walls are narrated, tracing how in mediaeval times the relation of the walls to the city changed as the population dwindled. On the walls of the two rooms in the museum are hung plaster casts of the crosses cut into the stone above the entrance arches of some of the doors. The casts also illustrate the crosses, palmettes and wheel patterns made with bricks by the workmen during the building of the walls. The terrace on the central section between the gateway's two towers and that in the western tower are also accessible to visitors.”
10lokala rekommendationer
Bokhandel
“A bookshop with a focus on the female (and feminism), Tuba organizes many events dedicated to women, book launches and themed aperitivo evenings. Other than the books, the teas, beers and wines are all moderately priced and you can enjoy them either inside the cafe or at the tables outside. There’s also an impressive collection of sex toys on display which are available to buy.”
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