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pagare alla romana

“Pagare alla romana” the meaning

“Pagare alla romana” language: meaning according to the Great Dictionary of the Italian Language The literal meaning of “Pagare alla romanat” or “fare alla romana” is widely known, or “equally sharing a common expense...

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Rome Caput Mundi by Night

9 places in Rome to visit at night

The beauty of Rome, the one immortalized in many photographs and postcards, is unique, but in the night shots it manages to give unique and indescribable emotions and atmospheres. For those who are in...

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Mouth of Truth

Bocca della Verità – Mouth of Truth

The Mouth of Truth is a huge marble mask, famous all over the world, whose legend tells that it could bite the hand of anyone who places it in its mouth. The legendary large...

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Cinecittà

The Cinecittà Studios are a complex of film studios in Rome, they are the largest film studios in Europe . Many famous Italian directors and actors have worked in Cinecittà such as Federico Fellini,...

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Nasone

Er nasone

“Er nasone” is one of the best known symbols of Rome, born in 1874 to quench the Roman population for free. From the undisputed historical and artistic value to an asset of primary necessity,...

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Feriae Augusti (Ferragosto)

Feriae Augusti (Ferragosto) is an ancient holiday – in the Imperial Rome called Feriae Augusti (Ferragosto) – moderately celebrated on 15 August in Italy, the Republic of San Marino and the Canton of Ticino....

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Gianicolo Cannon

Gianicolo Cannon

Gianicolo cannon is a certainty that marks the life of the Romans. Every day, at 12 o’clock, the cannon fires a blank shot to remind everyone to synchronize their watches! The history of the...

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grattachecca

Grattachecca

Grattachecca ! The cult of the Roman summer to never be confused with granita! The story of a typical street food and Roman summer gastronomy and the substantial differences with the cousin granita Living...

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Li Mortacci tua

The same is true  for li mortacci tua “classic” Roman word: that assumes conflicting meanings depending on the tone of facial and body appearance that attend its expression: it can mean, if accompanied by a...

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Money

Money in the Roman slang

Money in the Roman slang Baiocco of 1795 by Pius VI Rather famous are the various names that were used to give to certain determined sums of money in lire, and consequently to some...

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Nightlife in Rome

If we talk about the nightlife in Rome, this is also unique. There are numerous restaurants, bars, pubs, clubs and discos, but real Roman fun can be found outdoors and which changes completely from...

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Parks, Villas and Gardens of Rome

Park, Villa and Gardens of Rome – Here are the 12 not to be missed Rome is a city, contrary to what is claimed by many, full of green spaces. Below you will find...

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Piazza di Pasquino

Piazza di Pasquino takes its name from the most famous “talking” statue in Rome. The statue of Pasquino, leaning against the corner of Palazzo Braschi. In the past this square was called “Piazza di...

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piazza Trilussa

Piazza Trilussa

Piazza Trilussa is characterized by a large font that was built in 1613 by the Flemish Jan van Santen (1550-1621), known in Italy with the name of Giovanni Vasanzio, in collaboration with Giovanni Fontana...

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Rugantino

Rugantino

Rugantino is a mask of the Roman theater. This mask personifies a typical Roman character, ” er bullo de Trastevere”, quick with words and ” cor cortello” (with Knife) , the arrogant and arrogant...

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