Rome

Overall Score

3.3

Rome is by far one of the most important cities in Europe in terms of monuments and attractions.

Hundreds of tourists each year travel to Rome to admire works of architecture, history and art. Rome is a city that combines the past of an ancient city with the present of the bustling capital of Europe. Fountains and churches, halls and cathedrals, and even the ruins of ancient structures cannot be left unaffected.

In order to experience the spirit of the Roman Empire, it is advisable to excursion by foot. The central part is not large; it occupies the space in the west from the Tiber, up to Términine, the station that is just east of Rome. In the center of the city, you can see the Colosseum, the Roman Forum Pantheon, and the Spanish Steps.

What is the Roman Forum? Between the two hills of Rome, Capitolium and Palatine, it was the political, religious, and commercial center of Rome in ancient times. The Forum is crossed by a sacred road that climbs up Capitol Hill. The Forum is a unique group of structures, among which we can distinguish the Temple of Vespasian, built in 81 AD, of which only a few columns remain today. The Church of Consensus, where the ruins remained, was built in 370 A.D.

Palatinum is the oldest Roman hill in the worlds most famous palaces. The earliest palace to be built here was that of Octavian and Augustus. The later imperial palace, the House of Tiberius, where the family of the Frangipanians settled in the Middle Ages, was built. The largest palace was the forum of Troyian, the height of whose columns reached 40 meters. The Colosseum is the most important monument in Italy, one might say, its landmark. The Collegiate Amphitheater, a large-sized auditorium with a seating capacity of 80,000 spectators. The Colosseum was begun in 72 AD.

The ancient inhabitants of the Colosseum could see scenes of animal and human struggles and even sea battles, during which the stage was filled with water. The Colosseum retained its original appearance until Paul the Third allowed his heir to take stones from the Colosseum to build his palace in a limited time frame. The stones were not available in large quantities, so the Colosseum was preserved for the descendants. ý. The name &quo;pantheon» translates as; dedicated to all gods». Many famous figures have been buried in the pantheon.

The Fontaine de la Trieve is an architectural structure designed by Nikolai Sallewy in 1732. The water is supplied to the fountain by the oldest actor in Rome.

The Philippine ladder is another of Romes landmarks. It was built in 1725. It is a marvelous architectural creation, with columns of color and elaborate shapes and terraces.

Vaticanica – it is a sovereign state that is at the center of Rome. The state was founded in 1929. It has its own currency, post office and army. The main attraction of Vatican City is St. Peters Cathedral. It is an enormous cathedral, towering above Rome, that can hold 60,000 people.

One of the most famous museums in the world is the Vatican Museum of Vatican City, which was created in honor of Pope Pius the Fourth. The best and most famous museum of Vatican – the Vatican Penitentiary in honor of Pope Pius XI. The museum consists of 15 rooms, each representing different art schools and artists. The Watekanekkokoteka was joined by the Museum of Modern Art. It is a must to visit the Museum of Pin-Climentino, with its collection of sacrocophagi, sculptures and Greek-Roman mosaics.

If youre interested in Ancient Rome, dont miss the Library of Vatican, which has many of the worlds greatest works. But remember, if you are going to visit Vatican City, your appearance should never be evocative. Absolutely no sundresses, shorts, shorts, tops, or miniskirts are allowed.

The Victoire de la Chapelle was the personal Chapelle of Pope Sextus the Second. It was built between 1475 and 1483. It contains a huge, world-famous painting by Michelangelo, The Courthouse.

Catacombs in Rome – far from being uncommon. It dates back to 217, when the first catacomb was named for Papa Calliste. The catacombs contain relics of saints and paintings of Christian themes. The catacombs are always cool, so dont forget to bring warm clothing.

The Thermals of the Maralas are a complex of ruins that clearly testify to how mature and civilized the Roman civilization was. In the temples of the karallas one could once bathe, read, read the Bible, drink

100 USD = 91.63 EUR

Overall Score

3.3
  • Air quality: 44 US AQI Good. Air quality is satisfactory, and air pollution poses little or no risk.
  • Tap water: Yes, safe to drink
  • Religious government: Non-religious
  • Population: 2,800,000 people
  • Population density: euro euro not busy: 17x17m 289m per person
  • GDP: $31,279 / year
  • Foreigners can own real estate: Yes
  • Power outlets: 230V50Hz
  • Internet: 15 Mbps
  • Best wireless: TRE
  • Pay without cash: No, cash only esp. for foreigners
  • Tipping: You are not expected to tip restaurants in Italy. A service charge is sometimes added to the bill, ranging from 1 to 3 Euros, or 10% – 15%. This charge must be indicated on the menu. Some may also add an extra charge for the diner ware and extras (tablecloth, silverware, plates, bread, etc.), this is normal.
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  • Best short-haul air carrier: Ryanair
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  • Monthly costs for expat: $2800
  • Monthly costs for family: $6100
  • Monthly costs for local: $1700
  • Meal: $18
  • Small Cola: $3
  • Beer 1 Pint: $6.5
  • Coffee: $1.2


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