Spanish Steps’ Restoration

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Jean-Christophe Babin, CEO of jewelry company Bulgari, inaugurated the restoration works of the Spanish Steps (Trinità dei Monti). Luxury jeweller Bulgari, will donate € 1.5 million to the city of Rome to finance the restoration. Thanks to the restoration works one of the most iconic and loved places of Rome will turn to the original […]

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Trevi fountain shines again after restoration

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Rome, Italy November 4 2015 The water in famous Trevi fountain has started flowing again yesterday after 17-month restoration. Fashion house Fendi sponsored the restoration contributing € 2.180.000 in project “Fendi for Fountains”. In January 2013, it was announced that the Italian fashion company  would sponsor a 20-month restoration of the fountain; it will be […]

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Jubilee, the four Paths for pilgrims through the holy sites of Rome.

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ROME – The Four Paths. Were presented on August 5 in Rome, at the Capitol, the routes of four jubilee’s itineraries that will help pilgrims and visitors who will arrive in the capital from December 8, to observe and visit the holy sites of the city. Four routes, to walk in the Jubilee year, planned […]

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“Notti d’Estate” Festival at Castel Sant’Angelo

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From early July to early September, you may enjoy a full program of evening events including art, theater, music, culture and sports, enhancing every aspect of the two thousand year history of the monument. For the occasion are exceptionally open to the public the Passetto, the Prisons historical, the Space Heater Clement VII (bathroom renaissance […]

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Rome “Festa de Noantri” in Trastevere

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The Feast Noantri (ie “the rest of us,” as opposed to “the rest of you who live in other districts”) is celebrated in honor of Our Lady of Mount Carmel on the occasion of His liturgical celebration, July 15 to 30 in Trastevere district. And ‘undoubtedly one of the most favorite holidays of the Roman […]

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Themed Itineraries: from Caracalla to Coliseum

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Our walk in the Eternal City of Rome, suspended between history and legend, begins from the Terme di Caracalla, extraordinary testimony to the grandeur that was adequate to the emperors’ power. Inaugurated in 217 A.D. by Antonino Caracalla, from which they took their name, could accommodate up to 1,600 people in baths of hot and […]

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Rome, The Great Beauty of the Orange Garden of Savello Park

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Savello Park, better known as the Orange Garden is a small terrace overlooking the Tiber from the Aventino hill. From this angle, the most loved and frequented the city, you can enjoy one of the most beautiful views of Rome. The park covers the area of ​​the ancient fortress built by the Savelli Family between […]

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Baroque Rome: Piazza Navona

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One of the famous and typical urban complexes of Baroque Rome. Buildings, built on the ruins of the Domitian stadium (of which the actual square preserves the shape and dimensions) mark its outline. Tournaments, festivals and races took place through the centuries in Piazza Navona. Since the 17th century ’til mid-19th century, on Saturdays and […]

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Ciampino, radar failure, some flights diverted, delays and inconvenience

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Safety procedures activated: willing landings on alternative routes for a system slowdown. Today, Friday 15 May, around 13.30 local time there was a slowdown of the control systems of the radar control center in Ciampino Airport, near Rome. The failure – due to technical reasons – it lasted for ten minutes and would have covered […]

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