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ROMA by wonderfuldreams.tk 05/12/2021 - 10/12/2021 Roma in Blogger More… Roma

Martis Palace Hotel

In an imposing neoclassical building, this elegant 4-star hotel is located 50 meters from Piazza Navona. The Martis Palace offers spacious common areas including a sumptuous restaurant/breakfast room, a relaxing lounge bar and a delightful reading room. The property also features a large roof terrace with views across the city.

Fontana del Tritone

The splendid Triton Fountain, a masterpiece by Gian Lorenzo Bernini, was built in 1642-1643 on behalf of Pope Urban VIII Barberini. He wanted a " public ornament for the city " and also a utility service to place in the center of the square dominated by the brand-new palace belonging to his family.

Trinità dei Monti and Piazza di


The Church of the Santissima Trinità dei Monti, often called merely the Trinità dei Monti, is situated above the famous Spanish Steps and is one of the five French-speaking Catholic churches of Rome. The Spanish Steps were built, under the pontificate of Innocent XIII and the direction of the Roman architect Francesco De Santis, to be the meeting place for all citizens.

Castel Sant'Angelo

In the district of St. Peter’s, at one end of the Ponte Sant’Angelo bridge, on the right bank of the Tiber, we find the imposing Castel Sant’Angelo. The structure was originally a mausoleum. It had probably been commissioned and built by Hadrian as a tomb for himself and for his successors.

Fontana di Trevi

The most famous of the Roman fountains: a jewel of water and stone. Leaning against Palazzo Poli, the fountain is divided into a wide basin with a large cliff enlivened by the sculptural representation of numerous plants and the spectacular flow of water. In the center dominates the statue of god Ocean driving the shell-shaped chariot, pulled by the angry horse and the placid horse, both held back by two tritons.

Chiesa di Sant'Antonio dei


The church, also called Sant’Antonio in Campo Marzio, is located within the district of the same name, and is the place of worship of the Portuguese community in Rome. The building was rebuilt by the Portuguese in 1638.

Roma - Terrazza e Passeggiata del


In the afternoon towards sunset, Rome has an unforgettable appearance, particularly from the Terrace of the Pincio, a grandiose public park created by Giuseppe Valadier.

Villa Borghese

The park of Villa Borghese occupies a vast area in the heart of the city. The villa contains buildings, sculptures, monuments and fountains, the work of illustrious artists of the Baroque, Neoclassical and Eclectic art, surrounded by ancient trees, ponds, Italian gardens and large open spaces, created with great care.

Tempio di Adriano

The temple consisted of eight columns along the short sides and thirteen on the long ones; it rose on a high podium accessible from the east side through a staircase. Today, only a part of the north side colonnade with eleven columns 15 meters high and a diameter of 1.44 meters is still preserved.

Chiesa di Sant'Ignazio di Loyola in

Campo Marzio

The interior, in the shape of a Latin cross, has three chapels on each side intercommunicating with each other. The polychromy of the marble, the stuccoes, the pictorial decoration and the richness of the altars give the whole a sumptuous sumptuousness.The decorations on the ceiling of the grandiose vault of the nave are by Andrea Pozzo, brother of the Jesuit Order, and represent The Rise of Saint Ignatius into Paradise.

Alberi di Natale e Luminarie

(Christmas Lights)

Rome's Christmas lights are concentrated in the pulsating heart of commercial excellence on Via dei Condotti and on Via Del Corso all the way to Piazza Venezia. A 25-metre-tall, Manhattan-style Trentino pine tree is a chosen Christmas tree for the gardens of Piazza Venezia, adorned with hundreds of lights to cover Christmas with magic and charm.

Galleria Doria Pamphilj

The Doria-Pamphilj Gallery is situated in the Palace with the same name, built between the middle of the fifteenth and the beginning of the eighteenth century. In 1651 Giambattista Pamphilj, after ascending the papal throne with the name of Innocent the Tenth (1644-1655), established the Gallery in it. It includes paintings by Raphael, Titian, Domenichino, Parmigianino, Caravaggio, Annibale e Ludovico Carracci, amoung others.
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The Pantheon is a former Roman temple and, since 609 AD, a Catholic church. The building is cylindrical with a portico of large granite Corinthian columns under a pediment. A rectangular vestibule links the porch to the rotunda, which is under a coffered concrete dome, with a central opening (oculus) to the sky. Almost two thousand years after it was built, the Pantheon's dome is still the world's largest unreinforced concrete dome. The height to the oculus and the diameter of the interior circle are the same, 43 metres.

Basilica di Sant'Andrea della Valle

The construction of the monumental Sant’Andrea della Valle started in 1591. The plan is based on a Latin cross. Structurally there is a vast nave flanked by eight high chapels that emphasize the vertical rhythm of the building. The beautiful dome built by Maderno was the second highest in Rome after St Peter’s. Outside, on the side of the church, there’s the statue of the so-called “Abbot Luigi”, one of the many talking statues in the city.