1. The Colosseum was inaugurated in 80 a.d. and could seat up to 87,000 people.

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    St. John Lateran is the oldest Basilica of the western world built in 314 by Costantino. Since then, the Cathedral suffered a lot of damages due to fires, hearthquakes and lootings.
    Everytime it was rebuilt trying to preserve its original glory. The main facade we admire today was built in 1736 by Alessandro Galilei.
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    A 180 degrees view of the biggest piazza in Rome, the St. Peter's Square.
    This beautiful square, designed by Bernini, is almost identical in dimension as the inside of the Colosseum and it can contain up to 300,000 people.
    Every Wednesday a congregation gathers in the square to hear a Papal address.
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    360 degrees panorama of Piazza Venezia and the Vittorio Emanuele Monument.
    Also referred to as Rome's largest wedding cake, it has never been close to the
    hearts of the Romans as it obstructed the view to Michelangelo's Piazza del Campidoglio.
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    The Trevi Fountain is the most famous fountain in Rome, Italy and perhaps the world.
    You only need to follow the buzz of the crowd from far to find the fountain.
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Marcus Ruhl

Essential travel tips from a local Roman (my wife) and new Roman resident (me).
Roman life and italian culture traditions
Romans live for food and fashion and to fully experience Rome Italy you have to immerse yourself in Italian culture traditions…


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Essential travel tips from a local Roman (my wife) and new Roman resident (me).
Roman life and italian culture traditions
Romans live for food and fashion and to fully experience Rome Italy you have to immerse yourself in Italian culture traditions and customs.

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