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The Square Colosseum

The Square Colosseum

Did you know there's more than one Colosseum? The ‘Square Colosseum’ (or Palazzo della Civiltà Italiana) is situated in the district of Esposizione Universale Roma

28th Jun 2015

The Colosseum and the desecration of democracy

The Colosseum and the desecration of democracy

The Roman population built a city where residents could feel secure and protected, guaranteeing a future to their children. This is certainly one of the greatest strengths of Rome

19th May 2015

Basilica of Saint Clement in Rome

Basilica of Saint Clement in Rome

San Clemente takes you back through time with levels of ancient Roman ruins and buildings where they believe has the first written record of the latin language engraved on the wall

4th May 2015

Testaccio Neighbourhood in Rome

Testaccio Neighbourhood in Rome

It takes some time to discover all the unique charm Testaccio has to offer; starting with the culture, to the history, and ending with the opportunities of tasting amazing food

22nd Apr 2015

Florence: an adventure of a lifetime

Florence: an adventure of a lifetime

My personal discovery of Florence with a friend while I was living in Rome after my American study abroad. It was an adventure of a lifetime

24th Mar 2015

Secrets of Naples

Secrets of Naples

Rome isn’t the only ancient city in Italy. Take a short and inexpensive trip to Naples. Learn the Greek and Roman myths regarding just how this major metropolitan came to be

10th Mar 2015

The Queen of the Capitoline Museums: the Esquiline Venus

The Queen of the Capitoline Museums: the Esquiline Venus

When the Venus was recovered in 1874, she was already missing both upper limbs. Yet, nothing stopped her from becoming one of the most visited women along the many tours of Rome

2nd Mar 2015