A beautiful Renaissance masterpiece, built by the prestigious Bramante architect in 1502.
The third Rome will expand towards other hills, along the banks of the sacred river to the beaches of the Tyrrhenian sea
In 1870 “Palazzo Madama” was definitively chosen as the seat of the Senate of the Kingdom of Italy, which later became the Republic.
The Palazzo known as the “Farnese dice” was considered one of the four wonders of Rome in the Renaissance.
Emperor Diocleziano wanted a gigantic public bathing facility that would serve the Roman people: the area was one of the most densely populated in the city.
The name suggests that it speaks of the valiant paladin Orlando and his exploits narrated in the Chanson de Roland, the heroic cycle of the eleventh century
After having promoted the liturgical chant which from him will take the name of “Gregorian chant”, Pope Gregory I died in Rome on March 12, 604: his body was buried in St. Peter’s Basilica.
the Centrale Montemartini is one of the most innovative and fascinating museum spaces in the city
In 1936 the demolition of Spina dei Borghi neighbourhood started to make room to a new perspective to S. Peter Basilica…
On June 14, 1651 the Fountain of the Four Rivers was completed and shown in all its beauty to an ecstatic…