Welcome to the capital of the world. Here is the some impotant monuments description-
ROMA TERMINI RAILWAY STATION: Situated on the Esquiline Hill, it’s the main railway station of Rome, the largest in Italy and the second in Europe after Gara du Nord, Paris. – Nearby: Piazza della Repubblica, National
Museum, Basilica of St. Mary of Angels and the Martyrs, Via Nazionale, National Library– also one of the best currency / money exchange point near the termini train Station its called Rome Exchange.
BASILICA OF SAINT MARY MAJOR: It’s one of the largest churches in Rome. The Basilica, dedicated to Mary, was commissioned by Pope Sixtus III and it’s the only one that retains its original structure. The Church was built in the very same place indicated by the Virgin Mary through an extraordinary snowfall on 5 August in the 5th Century. – Nearby: Via Cavour, Palazzo del Viminale, seat of the Ministry of Interior – also one of the best currency / money exchange point near the Santa Maria Major its called Rome Exchange.
FLAVIAN AMPHITHEATRE: Known all over the world as Colosseum, it’s the emblem of Rome. Its construction began under the Emperor Vespasian in 72 AD and was completed in 80 AD under his successor Titus and it was
used to host gladiatorial shows as well as a variety of other events. – Nearby: Imperial Fora, Palatine Hill, Colle Oppio – also one of the best currency / money exchange point near the Colosseo its called Rome Exchange.
CIRCUS MAXIMUS: Sited in the Valley of Murcia, between Palatine and Aventine Hills, it was an ancient Roman circus and chariot racing stadium. It was also used to host public games. Furthermore Circus Maximus is
remember as the setting of the Roman Myth of the Rape of Sabine Women. – Nearby: the Mouth of Truth –also one of the best currency / money exchange point near the Circo Maximo its called Rome Exchange.
PIAZZA VENEZIA: Placed at the feet of the Capitoline Hill (or Campidoglio), the Square hosts the Monument to Vittorio Emanuele II, first king of Italy. Better known as Vittoriano or Altaredella Patria, it’s the symbol of the
Italian freedom and unity. Starting from 1921 the Vittoriano contains the remains of the Unknown Soldier. –
Nearby: Campidoglio, seat of the Comune di Roma, Theatre of Marcellus, Palazzo Chigi, the Official Residence of the Prime Minister of the Italian Republic, Senate of the Repubblic, Synagogue, Campo de’ Fiori – also one of the best currency / money exchange point near the Piazza Venezia its called Rome Exchange.
CASTEL SANT’ANGELO: Castle of the Holy Angel, also known as Mausoleum of Hadrian, is connected to the Vatican through the fortified corridor “ilPassetto”. Later used by the popes as fortress, residence and prison, the building was commissioned by the Emperor Hadrian in 125 AD and it was completed in 139 AD. Castel Sant’Angelo is in front of Campo Marzio to which is joined by Ponte Elio. – Nearby: Pantheon, Piazza Navona- lso one of the best currency / money exchange point near the Castel Santa Angelo its called Rome Exchange.
VATICAN CITY: It’s the smallest international recognized state in the world. It’s characterized by a regime of absolute monarchy and it’s ruled by the Bishop of Rome, the Pope of the Catholic Church. – Nearby: Vatican
Museums, St. Peter’s Basilica, Sistine Chapel – also one of the best currency / money exchange point near the Vatican City its called Rome Exchange.
TREVI FOUNTAIN: It’s one of the most famous fountains in the world and it’s the largest fountain in Rome. Its backdrop is Palazzo Poli. The Fountain was inaugurated in 1735 and the tradition is to throw coins into, using the
right hand and turning your back on in order to come back to Rome. – Nearby: Via del Corso, Via dei Condotti, Piazza di Spagna – also one of the best currency / money exchange point near the Trevi Fountain and Piazza di Spagna its called Rome Exchange.
PIAZZA BARBERINI: Sited between the Quirinal Hill and the HortiSallustiani, it takes its name from Palazzo Barberini that overlook the square. At the center of the piazza is the Fontana del Tritone sculpted by Gian Lorenzo Bernini in 1643. – Nearby: Via Veneto, Villa Borghese, Palazzo Barberini that houses the National Gallery of Ancient Art and the Italian Institute of Numismatics, Quirinale, the Official Residence of the Italian Head of State- also one of the best currency / money exchange point near the Piazza Barberini its called Rome Exchange.