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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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“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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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,...