1. Patatas Bruvas Do Rome


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    Patatas Bruvas Do Rome, including A.S.Roma vs S.S.Lazio during the 2010/11 season.

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    • Rome


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      Follow in the footsteps of gladiators at the Colosseum. See the legendary artwork of Michelangelo. Walk along 2,000-year-old streets. Your adventure awaits. http://www.explorica.com/italy-greece

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      • R&R 2014 EuroTrip Part 2: Rome


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        Part 2 of our EuroTrip begins as we leave Kiev, Ukraine traveling to Rome. While in Rome we visited the Colosseum, Piazza Venizia, Trevi Fountain, the Pantheon, a local market, the Vatican, St. Peter's Basilica, & the Sistine Chapel!

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        • Rome Vacation Travel Guide | Expedia


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          Italy's capital city, Rome was once the center of the Roman Empire and known as Caput Mundi: The Capital of the World. The foundations of ancient Rome were laid on Palatine Hill, the city's birthplace. Below, monuments such as the Temple of Saturn and the Arch of Septimius are preserved in the Roman Forum, while the Colosseum remains the city's most enduring symbol. Masterpieces by Bernini, Giotto, and Raphael can be seen at St. Peter's Basilica, the world's largest church, located in the grand surroundings of Piazza Saint Pietro within the Vatican City. Once a stadium, Piazza Navona is another of Rome's great squares, now home to a trio of fountains, Baroque architecture and the aroma of Rome's best coffee. The Spanish Steps are another magnet for artists and lovers. No visit to the 'Eternal City' is complete without making a wish at the nearby Trevi Fountain. Toss a coin into the Trevi, and one day you're sure to return to Rome.

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          • ROME: TOP 10 THINGS TO SEE & DO


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            Walking tour of the top 10 sites in Rome.

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            • The fork in the garbage disposal in front of the Trevi Fountain


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              Made a lot of people confused. Had a lot of fun.

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              • The fork in the garbage disposal in front of the Trevi Fountain


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                Made a lot of people confused. Tried not to laugh but failed.

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                • Magnificent Trevi Fountain


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                  The Trevi Fountain, called the Fontana di Trevi in Italian, tops the list of the most famous fountains in Rome and is one of Rome's top free attractions. Although it is one of Rome's major tourist draws, the Trevi Fountain is a relatively new sight in this very old city. In 1732, Pope Clement XII held a competition to find a suitable architect to craft a new outlet fountain for the Acqua Vergine, an aqueduct that had been pumping fresh water into Rome since 19 B.C. Although Florentine artist Alessandro Galilei won the contest, the commission was awarded to local architect Nicola Salvi, who promptly began construction on the massive Baroque fountain. The Trevi Fountain was completed in 1762 by the architect Giovanni Pannini, who took over the project after Salvi's death in 1751. The Trevi Fountain is located on Via delle Muratte on a small square below the Quirinale Palace, a former papal residence and the modern-day home of the President of Italy. From morning to midnight, thousands of tourists crowd around the Trevi's wide basin to photograph this fantastical marble creation of mermen, seahorses, and cascading pools all presided over by the sea god Neptune. Tourists also visit the Trevi Fountain to take part in a ritual coin toss, as it is said that if you toss a coin into the Trevi, then you will be assured a return trip to the Eternal City.

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                  • A Visit to the Trevi Fountain


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                    My friend Melissa and I make our first trip to Rome to make wishes at the Trevi Fountain. Music: On an Evening in Roma (Sott'er Celo De Roma) - Dean Martin No copyright infringement intended. I do not own the rights to the music. Copyright Disclaimer Under Section 107 of the Copyright Act 1976, allowance is made for "fair use" for purposes such as criticism, comment, news reporting, teaching, scholarship, and research. Fair use is a use permitted by copyright statute that might otherwise be infringing. Non-profit, educational or personal use tips the balance in favor of fair use.

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                    • Rome Walking Tour Treadmill Scenery Video


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                      Take a 60 minute walk on your treadmill or Nordic Track to five of the most famous sites in Rome, the Eternal City. Your one hour walk will tour the Roman Forum, the Palatine Hill, Piazza Navona, the Pantheon, the Trevi Fountain, and the Coliseum - and it's available as a DVD or a 720p High Def Download. This Walking Tour of Rome is the next best thing to being there. In addition to touring the five famous Roman sites, you'll enjoy walking the narrow back streets, dodging ladies on bikes and men on motorcycles as you pass numerous sidewalk cafes that populate every corner of Rome. This is certainly one of our most interesting and beautiful virtual walks! Filmed in Widescreen and available as a DVD or a 720p HD Download at vitadvds.com. One treadmill owner who purchased the "Rome Walking Tour" video wrote: "Hi! My husband and I just absolutely enjoyed your walking tour of Rome... neither of us can believe how quickly our workout flew by! It was almost as great as being there!! We've already purchased the rest of the Italy dvd's and would love to know if and when you plan to release any more...either of Italy or France. I would buy them right away!!! Thank you so much...keep traveling and making these wonderful dvd's. It really helps us to want to stay in shape! Arlene"

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