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Hotel Artemide is both exclusive and inspiring. From the instant that you walk through our lobby, with its panoramic stained-glass skylight dome, you begin to feel Rome’s vibrant atmosphere and magnificent history.
Hotel Artemide is both exclusive and inspiring. From the instant that you walk through our lobby, with its panoramic stained-glass skylight dome, you begin to feel Rome’s vibrant atmosphere and magnificent history.

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Still wondering whether to book a trip to Rome or not?
This video will have you book it in a minute.

Thanks to +Kirill Neiezhmakov
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This is the proof that Rome is the most beautiful city in the world
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How do like homemade bread for breakfast?
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OSTIA ANTICA

just outside the city? A half-hour hop on the commuter train to Ostia brings you to Ostia Antica, the impressively preserved port of the ancient city. The Med is now two miles away but for well over 600 years, until its decline in the fourth century AD, Ostia buzzed with maritime trade from the whole immense Empire. The decumanus maximus (main street) leads through the site to a theatre, a cosy communal toilet block, a forum where trade guilds' emblems appear on floor mosaics, and houses with first floors still partially intact. My favourite bit is the ancient bar-restaurant, with the day's menu still frescoed on the walls. The Roman theatre is still used for plays and concerts during the summer months: see ostianticateatro.it for programme details.

Web: http://www.ostiaantica.beniculturali.it/en/
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DOMUS ROMANE
The Roman Houses (Case Romane del Celio)

Case Romane del Celio is a Roman underground site where you can see 2nd and 3rd century Roman houses in which Christians worshipped, and several well-preserved frescoes. It is located under the church of Saints Giovanni and Paolo.

Web: http://www.caseromane.it/en/
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DID YOU KNOW?
Hundreds of lucky #felines haunt the ruins where Caesar was murdered.
Known as Largo di Torre Argentina.
An estimated 300,000 feral cats inhabit the monuments of the city and were given the protection in 2001 of confirmed as part of Rome's "bio-heritage". There is a cat sanctuary around the Torre Argentina
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HOW ABOUT SOME HAND-MADE NAPOLITAINS #PASTRIES FOR #BREAKFAST
Whod it help to start a day?
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HOW ABOUT SOME HAND-MADE NEAPOLITANS #PASTRIES FOR #BREAKFAST
Whould it help to start a day?
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The Colosseum arena, famous all over in the world! An arena which saw gladiators, condemned men, slaves, wild animals, carnivorouses or herbivorouses. An arena which was tread on by musicians and parades, and by the "editor", the rich organizer of the games who would like to give free entertainment to the people, just for propaganda and in order to be popular. An arena totally collapsed at the beginning of the XIX century, when Rome was ruled by French people who excavated everywhere, inside the Colosseum too. An arena which host the Roman special effects below. There were 80 elevators moved thanks to ropes and slaves, that transported upstairs gladiators, men, animals or trees, in order to make more spectacular the shows. So incredible! An arena that maybe will be rebuilt in the future (and I'm agree). An arena who saw, according to Dione Cassio, a Latin's poetry, during the 120 days of games organized by Trajan (just to celebrate himself and the glory of Rome after the won wars against the Daci, some Barbarians tribes) more than 800 of gladiators and 900 of animals per day! An arena that today doesn't exist anymore, but that symbolizes how Rome was special! #Colosseum #Rome #arena
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