Roma

capital city of Italy

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Rome is the capital of Italy.

Contents

EmblemsEdit

Satellite and aerial imagesEdit

panoramaEdit

Ancient RomeEdit

See also Destroyed Rome

ColosseumEdit

Imperial foraEdit

Arches of RomeEdit

Sacred Architecture of Ancient RomeEdit

columnEdit

ThermaeEdit

Palatine HillEdit

theater & amphitheatreEdit

circusEdit

mausoleumEdit

see Via Appia

graveEdit

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see Via Appia

Roman roadEdit

wallEdit

OthersEdit

Modern RomeEdit

Capitoline HillEdit

VittorianoEdit

PalacesEdit

Zecca / MintEdit

GatesEdit

FountainsEdit

ObelisksEdit

StadiumsEdit

OthersEdit

streets of RomeEdit

SquaresEdit

TowersEdit

BridgesEdit

ChurchesEdit

Colleges and UniversitiesEdit

StatuesEdit

Le "Statue parlanti"Edit

see also: Lupa Capitolina, Statue di Roma

MuseumsEdit

Ville e giardiniEdit

DistrictsEdit

PaintingsEdit

DrawingsEdit

see also Vedute romane

OthersEdit

MapsEdit

ModelsEdit

The great Plastico, made by Italo Gismondi. This large maquette depicts Rome during the reign of Constantin the Great (around 320 AD). The maquette is on display in the Museum of Roman Civalisation, in the Eur district.

see alsoEdit

Municipi of Rome: