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Ponte Rotto: Rome's Broken Bridge

Ponte Rotto: Rome's Broken Bridge

Italians pass this chunk of Ancient Roman history everyday, often stopping to marvel at its mythical look. Ponte Rotto is known to be the oldest stone bridge in Roman history

27th Dec 2015

Visit Florence

Visit Florence: A Renaissance Journey

Visit Florence to step back in time, into the Renaissance city of Leonardo Da Vinci, Michelangelo and Raphael. During an extraordinary era of creativity, artists and architects

22nd Dec 2015

Saturnalia: Merriment and Murder Plots in Ancient Rome

Saturnalia: Merriment and Murder Plots in Ancient Rome

Saturnalia is an ancient Roman festival that was celebrated in December, beginning with a sacrifice in front of the Temple of Saturn in the Forum, of which secrets remain hidden.

17th Dec 2015

Torture by the Tiber: the Tor di Nona prison in Rome

Torture by the Tiber: the Tor di Nona prison in Rome

Admiring the view of Castel Sant’Angelo and the peaceful riverside today, it’s difficult to imagine that this part of Rome was once the location of prisoners, torture and execut ...

27th Nov 2015

Some Underground Places in Rome

Some Underground Places in Rome

It never fails to surprise us the history of Rome, constantly updated by the finds brought to light by investigation of underground levels predate this Ancient city to 6 century BC

24th Sep 2015

Ancient Pompeii: Italy’s calling card

Ancient Pompeii: Italy’s calling card

It's cities like Pompeii which bring thousands of visitors to Italy every day. It is the death, ruins, and past that keeps this city and alive and current. 2000 years frozen in time

28th Jul 2015

Crypta Neapolitana and the legend of Virgil’s Tomb

Crypta Neapolitana and the legend of Virgil’s Tomb

Medieval legend has it that a tunnel was carved to connect Naples to Via Domitiana and the Appian Way so the Roman emperor would have an infrastructure stretching straight to Rome

16th Jul 2015