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#28 of 1 361 Sights & Landmarks in Rome
A small exhibition in the Chapel of St Theresa (a 2,000 year old part of the roman baths) gives a history of the baths, Basilica and works of Michelangelo on this site.
... addition to this church of a large pair of bronze doors at the main entrance which were designed by the Polish sculptor, Igor Mitoraj; they are very beautiful & look totally at home in this historical site.
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#44 of 1 361 Sights & Landmarks in Rome
This church, one of the oldest Christian churches in Rome, has a wonderful feeling of being a sacred site, unlike the Vatican which is a monument to temporal power.
Amazing relics (and for free to view them!) which included a piece of the one true cross, two thorns from Jesus’ crown, a piece of wood with Pilate’s judgment, doubting thomas’ finger bone, and a couple of other i...
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#55 of 1 361 Sights & Landmarks in Rome
This is a great opportunity to see the hand of a master up close but without the crowds seen at many of the well known sites.
I'm glad my friend did the research for she picked a good collections of sights for our much-to-short visit to Rome.
#87 of 1 361 Sights & Landmarks in Rome
This site is across the street from the Basilica of St. John of Lateran (the church of the Pope).
So HAPPY that we were able to visit this amazing Catholic pilgrimage site!!
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#102 of 1 361 Sights & Landmarks in Rome
This is an excellent site to visit and the largest of the imperial baths ever built - this size is impressive and the Italian Government has done a great job renovating the site and adding impressive visual aids t...
The entrance ticket includes entrance to four sites of the Roman National Museums -- the Baths of Diocletian, Palazzo Altemps, Crypta Balbi and Palazzo Massimo alle Terme.
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#113 of 1 361 Sights & Landmarks in Rome
With front row seats we had an amazing up front view of the 3 tenors and delightful ballerinas.
We opted for the cheapest tickets which I booked online but needn't have worried since we still had an amazing view as it is a relatively small venue.
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#140 of 1 361 Sights & Landmarks in Rome
So many beautiful sites and so little time - I decided to visit the Palazzo Barberini given that I was provided a free pass to the museum housed within it (Gallerie nazionale d'Arte Antica) and it was within walki...
Another special exhibit, on view until May 21, 2017, is "The Mediterranean in Chiaroscuro: Ribera, Stomer and Mattia Preti from Malta to Rome" with works from the National Museum of Art in Valletta, Malta, and the...
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#152 of 1 361 Sights & Landmarks in Rome
Beautiful like almost every other sight in Rome, just walk through the old city and you can cover all the sights within 2 days
It was a good landmark for us, our own Big Ben - Parliament or our Quattro Fontane letting us know where we were.
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#168 of 1 361 Sights & Landmarks in Rome
The staff are helpful and most of the iconic roman landmarks are within 0.5 miles.
The dazzling lights and the outstanding view of the building with the fountain in the centre.
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#188 of 1 361 Sights & Landmarks in Rome
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