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Undoubtedly one of the most popular cities in the world is Rome. We can of course give it many other adjectives: important, cultural, interesting, historical, impressive… The list is long.

Does the adjective “curious” also apply to you? This may be the case, because every ancient city has some striking issues. Today, sights of Rome


The city It was founded on April 21, 753 BC. He is in west-central Italy, in the Lazio region, and is the country’s capital. It’s been since 1871, and before that Turin and Florence were. It is also the city with the largest number of inhabitants, reaching a population of 2.8 million people in 2020.

Rome is close to the Tyrrhenian Sea and its beach is Ostia. You can get to this beach from anywhere in the city by car or metro in just half an hour. Fantastic! UNESCO declared the city center world heritage in 1980 and a few more locations were added in the following decade.

The city was originally built on seven hills, the Aventino, the Quirinale, the Viminale, the Esquilino, the Celio, the Campidoglio and the Palatino. Some of them have the most popular places to visit in Rome.

What is the symbol of Rome? a wolf and this relief or statue can be seen everywhere in the city, for example at the Capitolini Museum and even at the local football team. According to legend, it was this she-wolf who saved the brothers Rómulo and Remo, the first being the founder of the city.

The city also has two Christian patron saints: Saint Paul and Saint Peter. The patronal feasts are celebrated on July 29, a public holiday here, and the day when the ancient statue of Saint Peter in the main nave of the homonymous basilica is elegantly dressed. It’s a great day to be in the Italian capital as there are fireworks at Castel Sant’Angelo.

Curiosities of Rome

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After having officially presented Rome, now the anecdotes about it. Although Rome is the city of the ancient Romans, the truth is that it can be considered “the city of churches”. It is said that there are about 900 churches in total…

Not all churches in Rome are open to the public or popular, but they are there and many are very beautiful. When you walk around town you will find them and my advice is that if they are open take a look. They come in different sizes and styles.

For instance, round churches are rare but there are at least three here: the Pantheon an ancient Roman temple transformed into a church, the Basilica of Costanza part of a complex dating from the time of Constantine the Great, and the Santo Stefano Rotondo, a beautiful old church on Caelian Hill.

Like other European cities, but in a particular way, it should be remembered that Rome has been inhabited since antiquity. This is precisely one of the characteristics of Rome its mixed architecture where Roman ruins coexist with the Middle Ages, Renaissance, Baroque art, Art Deco, Fascist architecture and contemporary art. All together.


Another curiosity of Rome revolves around the Colosseum. The Colosseum is one of the most visited sites in the world and receives around 6 million visitors each year. There are people who buy tickets in advance, but I’ve never had a problem buying them on the day. A single ticket is sold for three attractions and on a sunny day you do everything together.

On another side Rome has the largest ancient baths in the world. We already know that the Romans loved baths, so there are two important structures here: the Baths of Caracalla and Baths of Dioclesan, the largest in the world. In the first I spent a pleasant morning and at the gate I ate a very tasty ice cream. I recommand it!

Did you know that many the popular places of Rome bear the signature of a single architect? Although it is a city with centuries of history and many architects, artists and engineers have shaped it, today’s postcard can be attributed to Bernini. Bernini worked in Rome in the 17th century and Piazza Navona or Piazza San Pietro bear his signature.

The Piazza Navona It is one of the most beautiful in the country and one of the most famous. It was originally a Roman stadium and its original form can still be seen from above, for example from the second floor of the Palazzo Braschi. This place was even flooded for community games, which occurred regularly between 1652 and 1865. It was then remodeled. You can see this process of change in the Museum of Rome which overlooks the famous square.

Another curiosity is that Rome has about two thousand fountains and many are huge and some are small but all provide fresh, drinkable water. The truth is that I spent my time filling my bottle because the first time I went there was a very hot month of October. Rome thus has about 60 monumental fountains and hundreds of much smaller fountains, so in total they amount to about two thousand.

The most famous is Trevi Fountain who seems to collect around 3,000 euros every day. Everyone throws coins, it’s tradition, because according to legend if you throw one you will come back to visit. Where does the money go? for charities


On the other hand, there is an old adage in the world that says “all roads lead to Rome”. This saying originated from the fact that Rome was an empire in Europe, so there are ancient roads that connected it to its domains. For example, the Via Appia that connects Rome to Brindisei or the Via Aurelia which connects it to France. If the weather is nice, cycling along the Via Appia is a nice ride.

Did you know that Rome has a pyramid? Yes, there is and it dates from the 1st century, it was built by Cestius, a merchant absolutely in love with Egyptian culture. The pyramid is visible and can be visited on certain days with a guide. And before we go, we can’t forget the Rome Catacombs They are something impressive, with more than 20 kilometers long. Christians built them to bury their dead and today they can be visited.

Finally, although surely other curiosities will remain in the pipeline: Rome is older than Italy the Pantheon has been in continuous use for nearly two thousand years, stray cats have special rights yes, they are absolutely free, almost 90% of the ancient city has not yet been excavated oh maybe it can never be because it fell below current street level and eventually rome is the only city in the world that it has within it an independent state: the Vatican.

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