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Palazzo Doria Pamphilj: Triumph of Art in the Heart of Rome

Palazzo Doria Pamphilj: Triumph of Art in the Heart of Rome Art lovers flock to the collections at the Vatican Museums and the Borghese Gallery but there are other collections worthy of a visit.  The Palazzo Doria Pamphilj (pahm-FEEL-yee) is

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Walk along the Ancient Roman Walls at the Museo delle Mura

The remains of the Roman Walls found throughout Rome are a captivating sight. But most people don’t know they can actually walk along the Ancient Roman Walls at the Museo delle Mura (Museum of the Walls). The museum is housed

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Baci Perugina – Free exhibit celebrating Italian chocolate

Baci Perugina – Free exhibit celebrating Italian chocolate. Baci are one of the most romantic and indulgent chocolates. To celebrate this Italian icon and symbol of Italian production there is a free exhibit Baci Perugina – Un Amore Italian (An

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Extraordinary Underground Archaeological Site: Case Romane

Rome’s most popular attraction is the Colosseum.  But most visitors aren’t aware that in its shadow is an extraordinary underground archaeological site: Case Romane. The Case Romane (Roman Homes) are a maze of rooms and layers featuring pagan and Christian

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Overlooked Ruins at Forum Boarium

Most visitors to Rome head to Via dei Fori Imperiali to get their fix of ruins. But there are overlooked ruins at Forum Boarium that are worth your time. Forum Boarium was a busy marketplace due to its proximity to

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Christmas decorations in Rome

The Eternal City gears up for Christmas with trees and lights decking the city. Enjoy our photos of Christmas decorations in Rome. Nicolas Inn wishes a Happy Holidays to all! Like our photos of Rome? Like us on Facebook to

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Palazzo Colonna: home of the nobles and priceless art

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Palazzo Colonna: home of the nobles and priceless art. Palazzo Colonna is one of the oldest and largest private palaces of Rome and hosts a celebrated art collection. The collected works includes  masterpieces of the most important masters from the

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Augustus Exhibit at Scuderie del Quirinale

Rome celebrates the 2000th anniversary of the death of the Rome’s most distinguished emperor with an Augustus Exhibit at Scuderie del Quirinale. Augustus was the founder of the Roman Empire and its first Emperor, ruling from 27 BC until his

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Where to Bike and Run in Rome

Where to bike & run in Rome. Most people find that walking the streets of Rome is enough physical activity to fill their day. But if you are a fitness fanatic you’ll want to continue your training even on holiday.

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Off the Beaten Path: Villa dei Quintili

Rome is famous for the Colosseum and Trevi Fountain but the city has many other sights including one off the beaten path: Villa dei Quintili. Villa dei Quintili  was a massive ancient Roman mansion built in the 2nd  century along the

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Rows of Broken Columns at Pompeii ca. 8th century B.C. Pompeii, Italy

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