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Rome: in Villa Borghese amongst parks and artistic beauties

In Rome at the discovery of Villa Borghese. Strolls, art galleries and curiosities.   In Rome, there are many green patches between monuments and antiquities. Here, we are recommending the discovery of the most famous one: Villa Borghese. It is a space that extends to the northeast of the city. It can be seen as…

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Rome: A ghost at Castel Sant’Angelo

The sad story of Beatrice Cenci When one visits a city that has thousands of years of history behind it, and in particular Rome “caput mundi”, which means, capital of the world, as the ancient Romans defined their beloved city, fascinating and exemplary stories interweaved in a path that can range from more classical monuments,…

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Rome, sweets and holidays

Panpepato, pangiallo and frappe and it is immediately holidays time.   In Rome, special sweets are prepared during the traditional holiday periods. These add flavor and warmth to the festivities. Some are of ancient origin, in fact, for them we can find the recipes in the Classical era’s Culinaria, which enriched the Ancient Romans’ large…

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la Dolce Vita

If a tourist wants to enter the path of the Roman Dolce Vita (Sweet Life), that is, of something that has swung between myth and reality, one can walk through Rome, looking for those images that remind us of Fellini’s film, of some pieces of other films, of some echoes of distant chronicles, or of…

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An itinerary to discover another Rome: Coppedé neighborhood.

Near the historic center of Rome, between Viale Regina Margherita, a continuation of Via dei Parioli, and Corso Trieste, is a unique and singular neighborhood: Coppedé neighborhood.   The name is that of the Florentine architect that between 1915 and 1927 designed and made possible the construction of an enchanted and incredibly fascinating space. We,…

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City Itinerary: a Romantic Walk in the Pincio

At one time, a stroll at the Pincio was the one favored by Romans.   North from the city center, they would mainly arrive here from three streets that all merged in Piazza del Popolo, Via Babuino, Via di Ripetta and Via del Corso. From these they would reach the Hill itself. While starting the…

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History of Roman cuisine: Spaghetti with Carbonara sauce

Once upon a time, there was the day trip out of the city, where the Romans scattered towards the Countryside in search for some taverns.   It was the Sixties, with the explosion of the economic boom where the novelty of the car was associated to the taste for gastronomic outings. One can picture this…

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