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Rome is a city with a millennial and unrivaled history. It is usually nicknamed "The Eternal City" or "Caput Mundi" (i.e. the Capital of the World).  It is recognized as one of the most beautiful and historical cities in the world, with a valuable cultural heritage to visit and explore.

Indeed it was capital of an empire that was able to conquer the entire Mediterranean, headquarters of the papacy, the center of attraction for artists from around the world since the Renaissance, outdoor laboratory for the experiments (squares, palaces and churches) of the Baroque, and finally the capital of Italy since 1870. 

As such its attractiveness derives from world-famous Roman archeological remains such as the Colosseum, the Pantheon and the Imperial Fora or monumental buildings/squares mainly from Reinassance period such as the St. Peter's Basilica in Vatican City, Trevi Fountain and Piazza di Spagna. 


If you would like to discover the calm and the secret tranquility of this fascinating city just go into an ornamental garden in the courtyard of an ancient building in the historic center or walk through an alley in Borgo Pio or in the Jewish Ghetto.

With the tours organised by Amazing Rome, dedicated to the conference, you will enter the secret corners and learn about the most fascinating places of the Eternal city! 


For more information about the city, Please visit the official website of Turismo Roma

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