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The granddaddy of all Roman monuments, the Colosseum, is known to the ancients as the Flavian Amphitheater. It hosted 450 years of gladiatorial contests and wild beast hunts... "games," as they were called in antiquity. You can get a pretty good sens...[more]
This wonderfully intimate collection contains some of the most important Renaissance and Baroque paintings in the world, including works by Raphael, Titian, and Caravaggio but the real crowdpleasers at the Borghese are the sculptures by Bernini and C...[more]
1) DIOCLETIAN BATHS:
Is the largest spa of the ancient Rome. Built between 298 and 306 d.C. to service the inhabitants of Rome quarters of Quirinale, Viminale and Esquilino.
Extended over 13 ectars, held gym, library, swimming pools, frigida...[more]
TERME DI CARACALLA
The Caracalla Baths were erected under the Emperor Caracalla between 212 and 217 to the high demandes of the inhabitants of Rome.
Those thermal bath could host up to 1600 people at one time and the building itself mea...[more]
The Capitoline Museums are a group of art and archeological museums in Piazza del Campidoglio, on top of the Capitoline Hill. The historic seats of the museums are Palazzo dei Conservatori and Palazzo Nuovo, facing on the central trapezoidal piazza i...[more]
The Centrale Montemartini is a former power station of Acea (active as a power-station between the 1890s and 1930s) in southern Rome, between Piramide and the basilica of San Paolo Fuori le Mura, close to the Metro station Garbatella. Its permanent c...[more]
The National Gallery of Ancient Art of Corsini palace is located in the Trastevere area. The collection, formed in the XVIII century, although composed from various sources mostly originating from the Corsini family (above all from the collection of ...[more]
The National Gallery of Ancient Art is situated in the Rione Barberini. After that the Collection of Prince Corsini expanded with other collections like Torlonia, Chigi, Hertz, Monte di Pietà and others, in 1893 the National Gallery of Ancient Art w...[more]
The ruins of Emperor Nero's legendary "Golden House," which in its day took up one-third of the city of Rome, were finally reopened to the public in 1999 after 25 years of restoration work. Although only 20 percent of the Palace survives (and what's ...[more]
The Gallery of Doria Pamphilij is situated in the heart of the Palazzo Doria Pamhilij between the Via del Corso and Via della Gatta. The principal entrance is on the Via del Corso.
The palace facade is adjacent to the church of Santa Maria in Via La...[more]
The National Etruscan Museum is a museum of the Etruscan civilization, housed in the Villa Giulia in Rome.
The museum's most famous single treasure is the terracotta funerary monument, the almost life-size Bride and Groom (the so-called Sarcofago de...[more]
In 1878, at the death of Victor Emmanuel II, who had assumed the title of king of Italy in 1861 with the creation of the Italian State, the Parliament decided to build, in Rome, a monument dedicated to the first king of unified Italy, thus called Vit...[more]