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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. di S. - Gregorio - Foro Romano MAP
Between the Colusseum and Palatine Hill, the great triumphal Arch of Constantine stands as a reminder of the emperor’s victory over Maxentius in 312. The arch is over the Via Triumphalis where emperors would cross when returning home to Rome after a...MORE INFO
V. S. - Giovanni in Laterano 108 MAP
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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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
Piazza Navona MAP
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Piazza_Navona...MORE INFO
V. XXSettembre 17 MAP
The Church of Santa Maria Vittoria sits across the piazza from the Church of Santa Susanna on Quirinal Hill. Designed by Carlo Maderno, the church features breathtaking Baroque interior decorations from the Italian master Bernini. The vaulted nave ceiling...MORE INFO
V. Salara Vecchia - Foro Romano MAP
The great basilica in the Roman Forum was built in 308 under the rule of Maxentius. The basilica was the last building completed before the fall of the Roman Empire. As the largest building in the Forum, architects of the basilica employed advanced engineering...MORE INFO
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In the Piazza Mattei, the Turtle Fountain was once an important source of drinking water for Romans with water from the Acqua Virgo flowing to the fountain. In 1580, Muzio Mattei agreed to pay for the fountain when it was no longer in use for the public...MORE INFO

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