Residenze Suite Sistina

Address: Via Sistina 53, Rome, Lazio, 00187, Italy | Villa
 
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This villa, located in the Historic Center area of Rome, is near Barcaccia Fountain, Teatro Sistina, Keats-Shelley House, and Salone Margherita Bagaglino.
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      Travel Blogs from Rome

      Facts About Rome from Wikipedia 4

      A travel blog entry by wilson.lim on Dec 29, 2014

      ... Another body, the Sovereign Military Order of Malta (SMOM), took refuge in Rome in 1834, due to the conquest of Malta by Napoleon in 1798. It is sometimes classified as having sovereignty but does not claim any territory in Rome or anywhere else, hence leading to dispute over its actual sovereign status.











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      The Eternal City

      A travel blog entry by marychaffin on Jun 02, 2014

      24 photos

      ... 00, no toilet break except the one at the beginning, no food or drink....we just soaked in art, history, religion and miracles...and the out of shape woman complained the whole way...ask Dar later how he felt about it...I ignored her and just listened intently. Luigi is as impressed with Michaelangelo as he is with Bernini...he told us over and over that Michaelangelo was unbelievable. Luigi said that he personally worked on the Sistine Chapel restoration from 1980 to 2000. ...

      Three Things I Love About Rome

      A travel blog entry by dlake on Apr 24, 2014

      2 comments, 24 photos

      Wine, espresso and gelato in that order. Sure there is a lot of history in Rome but that history is made even better with a few glasses of wine, or a double espresso. On a more serious note, my first bottle of red wine here was 1.80 euros or about 3 Canadian dollars! I think I am just going to start filling my water bottle up with it. Relax mom, I'm sort of kidding. My first three pictures in Rome will ...

      The Week of Churches and the Vatican Museum

      A travel blog entry by jmarmstrong on Feb 16, 2014

      83 photos

      ... of these masterpieces in class but there is nothing like actually seeing it alive and in person. Unfortunately there is a strict no pictures of the Sistine Chapel policy (there are guards walking around and yelling at you when you try) so I don't have any pictures of The Sistine Chapel. Unfortunately the Pope was doing a mass in St. Peter's Basilica so we were not allowed inside so sometime in ...

      Rome goes to the top of the class!

      A travel blog entry by roamingfree on Dec 09, 2013

      21 photos

      ... build it. The Colisseum was a true gladiator arena, where predominantly man fought beast. It was built in 72AD and is still the largest amphitheatre in the world. At 50 metres high, it can seat about 75,000 spectators. The last gladiator fight took place in 435AD. It is believed that over half a million people were killed in this arena and over a million animals. Let's say that it was open every day (unlikely) for those 356 years or 129,940 ...