The Museo delle Mura is situated inside San Sebastiano Gate and is therefore very attractive. It displays documents and ... More
Museo delle Mura
The Museo delle Mura is situated inside San Sebastiano Gate and is therefore very attractive. It displays documents and drawings that show the changes that the walls have undergone over time: the oldest gates (now long gone), the sections of wall that have been destroyed, those reconstructed and so on. It is also possible to see many of the surviving walls. A visit to the museum includes a walk along the walls as far as Via Cristoforo Colombo which is a stimulating and interesting experience.
When the Commune of Rome allowed one of its no longer used administrative buildings in Villa Borghese to be used
by a sculptor, it did not contemplate it being turned into a museum. The sculptor Pietro Canonica renovated the ...
The Tuscan architect Gino Coppede designed this froggy fountain in Piazza Mincio, as well as much of the surrounding district
which has taken his name. If you look at the basin at its center you can see eight small ...
Originally a Patrician palace, this recently restored and charming hotel maintains its original grandeur for a truly memorable stay. The
nearby Trevi Fountain and Spanish Steps provide an ideal setting for those who wish to appreciate the Eternal City ...