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Attractions in Rome

There are plenty of sites to see and places to visit on your vacation in Rome. Below you’ll find information on the most interesting tourist attractions and must-see destinations in Rome and the surrounding area.

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V. della Paglia 14c MAP
The oldest church in Rome, the Santa Maria in Trastevere, was most likely the first church that held open, public mass. With architecture dating back to 340 AD, the Santa Maria in Trastevere is truly a vital piece of history for Rome. Sitting on the...MORE INFO
V. Sacra - Foro Romano MAP
In the Roman Forum, the Temple of Castor and Pollux was originally built to show gratitude to the Gemini twins Castor and Pollux for the victory at the Battle of Lake Regillus. The temple was an important meeting place for the Roman Senate and eventually...MORE INFO
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The Church of Santa Susanna is the official national church in Rome of the United States and sits on Quirinal Hill. The earliest architecture on this church was completed in 280, with renovations continuing until 1585. Inside the church, beautiful ceilings...MORE INFO
V. Sacra - Foro Romano MAP
Built in the 6th century BC, the round Temple and Atrium of the Vestals was once a very important part of Roman culture. The vestals, recruited at age 10, were needed to keep a sacred fire burning. The job was taken very seriously, with punishments of...MORE INFO
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The Basilica di San Clemente was built in stages, with three sections coming together over time in beautiful harmony. The original 3rd century Mithraic Temple was joined with a 4th century church and later a 12th century basilica. The upper church features...MORE INFO
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One of the four major basilicas in Rome, the Church of Saint Paul Outside the Walls was founded by Emperor Constantine I in the 3rd century. The church was built on the burial site of St. Paul, with his tomb placed under the main altar of the church....MORE INFO
V. Curia - Foro Romano MAP
The ancient Roman Curia was the meeting place for the Roman Senate located in the Roman Forum. Many renovations were made to the Curia throughout history by presiding emperors during their respective reigns. A platform in the Curia provides a place for...MORE INFO

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