Flaminio Village Bungalow Park

Via Flaminia Nuova 821, Rome, Lazio, 00189, Italy | 3 star campground
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This 3 star campground, located in the Tor di Quinto area of Rome, is near Grotta di Bossea, Ponte Milvio, Villa Ada, and Bastia.
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    A travel blog entry by gaye1959 on Jun 08, 2014

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    A travel blog entry by brookskeith on May 06, 2013

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    ... his tomb. Thankfully a small set of rounding stairs invite us to walk down to a prayer bench on which to kneel and contemplate the man from Tarsus and the Risen Lord he so faithfully served. Just below the screen is a glass window revealing the floor of both the original Constantinian church and the subsequent Basilica of the Three Emperors floor surrounding the tomb from the 4th century. Evidently pilgrims in the Jubilee year 2000 ...

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