The Monuments of Rome represent the highest and most evident sign in the history of the city.

Spectacular symbols and at the same time testimonies of the Roman Empire.

Masterpieces of architectural engineering such as the Colosseum, Castel Sant’Angelo and the Pantheon, just to mention the most famous ones.

The city of Rome, however, preserves vestiges of many eras such as the Middle Ages, the Renaissance to move on to the Baroque and up to those of the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries. Monuments proper have been included in this category excluding palaces, archaeological sites and places of worship such as churches and basilicas.

Most of these are obviously of Roman origin.

Discover with us the most beautiful and special monuments!

Campo de’ Fiori

Campo de’ Fiori was built in the area in front of the Tempio di Venere Vincitrice. Its name derives from the presence of a vast flowery meadow, as well as vegetable gardens, which in...

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castel sant'anglelo

Castel Sant’Angelo

CASTEL SANT’ANGELO The Castle and its history The history of Castel Sant’angelo coincides substantially with that of Rome and it is impossible to separate these two entities so deeply interpenetrated: the changes, the upheavals,...

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Colosseum – Amphitheatrum Flavium

The Colosseum, originally known as Amphitheatrum Flavium (Italian: Flavian Amphitheatre) or Coliseum is the largest amphitheater in the world , located in the city center of Rome. Capable of holding a number of spectators...

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Fontana di Trevi ( The Trevi Fountain)

Fontana di Trevi ( The Trevi Fountain)

Fontana di Trevi ( The Trevi Fountain) is the largest and one of the most famous fountains in Rome and among the most famous fountains in the world. The fountain, designed by Nicola Salvi,...


Pantheon in Rome

Pantheon in Rome is the monument with the greatest number of records: the best preserved, with the biggest brick dome in the history of architecture and is considered the forerunner of all modern places of worship. It is the most copied...


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...

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...

Rome Caput Mundi by Night

St. Peter’s Basilica and the Vatican Museum

Right in the middle of Rome, within the Vatican  City rises the magnificent St. Peter’s Basilica, the largest church in the world. Its impressive dome stands out over all the other roofs of the Eternal City, while the Vatican...

Imperial Forum

The Imperial Forums

  The Imperial Forums in Rome include a series of monumental piazzas built between 46 B.C.E. and 113 A.D. They are considered to have been the hub of Ancient Rome’s political activities, and they...


Via Giulia

Via Giulia is a street in Rome, important for historical and architectural reasons History In the Middle Ages, Via Giulia was called “magistralis” because it is considered a main road, even if it is...


Vittoriano – Altare della Patria

The National Monument to Vittorio Emanuele II, better known by the name Vittoriano or Altar of the Fatherland  [2], in Latin Ara Patriae, is a listed building, located in Rome, on the Capitol, designed...