Rome City Guide
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Antonio & Dante's First Adventure Italiansrus.com
Antonio & Dante are on their way looking for all things Italian. Their first adventure takes them to the Eternal City. With the clues they have left you will you be able to figure out where they are?
The Arch of Constantine Italiansrus.com
The arch itself references a dedication to the emperor Constantine the Great and his victory of the tyrant emperors Maxentius and Licinius.
The Capitoline Hill or Campidoglio is the smallest of Rome's seven hills, but it was the religious and political center of the city since its foundation more than 2500 years ago.
The Colosseum is considered an architectural and engineering wonder, and remains as a standing proof of both the grandeur and the cruelty of the Roman world.
Forum of Trajan
The last and most magnificent of the imperial fora, the Forum of Trajan (or later, Forum Ulpium, from Ulpius, Trajan's family name) was constructed under the direction of the architect Apollodorus, who sought to surpass all that had gone before.
Rome is home to many beautiful fountains. Most notable are the Trevi fountain and the Fountain of the Four Rivers.
Michelangelo's Pieta Italiansrus.com
Did you know that this is the only work Michelangelo ever signed?
It is one of the best-preserved of all Ancient Roman buildings. The Pantheon has been used as a Roman Catholic church and it was dedicated to "St. Mary and the Martyrs."
The Pyramid of Cestius Italiansrus.com
Located near the Porta San Paolo and the Protestant Cemetery is the Pyramid of Cestius, which is one of the best-preserved ancient buildings in Rome. The pyramid was built sometime between 18 and 12 BC, during the reign of Emperor Augustus, and was the tomb for Gaius Cestius a magistrate and member of one of the four great religious corporations in Rome.
The Roman Pantheon
This site is dedicated to understanding the beauty and longevity of construction by the Romans, especially their use of pozzolan based concrete, also known as Roman concrete.
This contains descriptions to 30 different landmarks located in Rome. All but eight include photos.
Rome, the Eternal City is renewed for its various monuments. Here follows a list of the main ones.
Temple de Vesta
Home of the Vestal Virgins who guarded the sacred fire of Vesta.
Where in the World are Antonio and Dante? Italiansrus.com
After a successful first trip to the Eternal City Antonio and Dante continue on their journey looking for all things Italian. This week they find themselves leaving Rome, but somehow they are still within the city of Rome. Can you figure out where they are?