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Exhibitions in Rome || DREAM – ART MEETS DREAMS

By | January 23, 2019

From 29 September 2019 till 05 May 2019 edited by Danilo Eccher CLOISTER OF BRAMANTE | Via Arco della Pace, 5 – 00186 Rome MONDAY to FRIDAY 10:00 am to 8:00 pm* SAT – SUN 10:00 am to 9:00 pm* Cost of ticket : 14 euros   With eyes open or closed dreams meet great […]

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Epiphany in Rome // CULTURE AND TRADITION

By | January 4, 2019

Thanks to the initiative  #DomenicalMuseo over 480 museums, archaeological sites and monuments throughout Italy will be free for citizens and tourists So next Epiphany in Rome will be an opportunity to discover more about art and history Like every  first Sunday of the month, entrancy to galleries, archaeological excavations and mouments will be FREE. So […]

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Public Transportation in Rome from Christmas to New Year’s Day

By | December 17, 2018

Here we are to give you some infos on metro, bus and railway transportation during the upcoming holidays. On Christmas Eve, the public service will stop for a few hours but it will be extraordinary prolonged  in the afternoon of December 25th so to ensure as much as possible the use of public  transportation to […]

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How and where to celebrate New Year in Rome| Some tips

By | December 10, 2018

When in Rome , just party like an Italian ! Here some suggestions of what you can do 🙂 1 * Cenone (  New  Year’s Eve dinner) One of the most common way to celebrate the New Year ‘s  Eve in Italy, is to have a plentiful dinner at home with family and  the beloved  […]

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A must-see : the Christmas Market of Piazza Navona

By | December 3, 2018

The Christmas countdown has begun:  just 3 weeks left ! The good news is that finally , after 3 years, the classical   Christmas Market of  Piazza Navona  has reopened  December 2nd, and will last until January 6th. You can’t miss it. It represents the Christmas spirit in Rome and you will find handmade  gadgets ,  […]

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Jewish Ghetto in Rome

By | November 26, 2018

The ghetto was projected to lock up and control the Jews minority  in 1555  by Pope Paul IV on 14th of July The papal bull  imposed economic and freedom restrictions to the jews . This oppression continued for 315 years until its abolition in 1870 (reunification of Italy). At present, the Ghetto has become an […]

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TOP ATTRACTION IN ROME * National Etruscan Museum *

By | November 14, 2018

The Etruscan Museum of Villa Giulia in an unmissable  place to visit in Rome. The museum exposes  pre-Roman Italian works of antiquity, especially from the Etruscan world in a superb palace built for Pope Julius III between 1550 and 1555. Trust me ! You will be totally captured by the great collection that offers a […]

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Jackson Pollock and the school of New York

By | November 9, 2018

From October 10th  to February 24th.   The Vittoriano Palace is  hosting an exhibition of 50 works of the painter Jackson Pollock The artist is part of  to the Abstract Expressionist avant-garde group of the New York School active in the 1950s and 1960s. Pollock is also known as ‘Jack the Dripper’ – because of […]

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Journeys through Ancient Rome // Extended to November 13.

By | November 5, 2018

The successful projects that has attracted more than 100 thousand spectators will be extended till next November 13 . Two projects tell the story of the Forum of Augustus and the Forum of Caesar starting from stones with the use of technology. The journey is accompanied by the voice of the italian journalist Piero Angela […]

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Ready for your Halloween party in Rome ?

By | October 31, 2018

Being among the top celebrated festivities in all Anglo-Saxon countries, Halloween is getting more and more attractive to Southern Europe as well. Rome plays a great part in it: all pubs, clubs and restaurants in the city’s hub will set up special treats and tricks to let everyone enjoy the scary atmosphere surrounding October 31st […]

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