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Rome's Castel Sant'Angelo Museums

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In Rome, the Parco Adriano Hadrian’s Mausoleum, more often referred to as the Castel Sant’Angelo, was once its tallest building, a towering cylindrical structure commissioned by Emperor Hadrian to serve both him and his family as their final resting place once they died.  However, over the course of time, the Castel Sant’Angelo was repurposed by the Popes as a prison and a fortress. 

Sitting on the banks of the River Tiber and built between 123 and 139 AD, its design was based on the mausoleum of

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Get the Most out of Rome’s Magnificent Colosseum

Even if you’ve never been to Rome, you will have heard of the Colosseum.  It is, without fail, the most important attraction in all of Italy.  And, for a good reason, the Colosseum not only highlights the majesty and romance of this most beautiful of Mediterranean cities, but the storied history of an entire nation.

Quick History

Located at the eastern end of the Roman Forum you will find the Colosseum.  The mammoth structure was commissioned by Emperor Vespasian of the Flavian dynasty between 70-

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Rome food tours: top tour in Italy

Extended food walking tour in Rome presents special-tasting products from local market. Your discovery of Italian meals begins in one of the busiest places in city: Campo De'fiori. Find out how to choose Italian tasty local product. You'll find out what product makes the season, and what's not and why it's so important to Italians and farmers. You're going to try delicious cuisine: Your local guide will present  you a family that holds one of our favorite positions more than a century. They sell

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