Villa Habsburg Porta Metronia

Address: Piazza di Porta Metronia, Rome, Lazio, 00183, Italy | Villa
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Location

This villa, located in the Roma Tuscolano area of Rome, is near Baths of Caracalla (Terme di Caracalla), San Stefano Rotondo, Villa Celimontana, and Church of Santa Maria in Domnica.
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    Roman Times

    A travel blog entry by jess.skellern on Aug 11, 2014

    91 photos

    ... City and my first stop was the Colosseum, I jumped off here and went inside to really get a feel for the amazing historical icon. The Colosseum is the largest amphitheatre in the world and is considered one of the greatest works of Roman architecture and engineering. It begun construction in 70 AD and completed in 80 AD, it was estimated to hold between 50,000 ...

    Celebrazioni pasquali nella splendida Roma

    A travel blog entry by hannahgriffiths on Apr 23, 2014

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    Rome was amazing! It is such a fantastic city, every street has something new to discover. I loved taking in all the history, art and fabulous buildings and catching the Easter buzz, although it did mean it was pretty manic. I'm pleased that I had been warned beforehand to take comfortable shoes as I walked everywhere, no wonder my legs ached by the end of four days!

    I began sightseeing at the Colosseum where I paid for the audio guide (which Kath ...

    Day 17 - Rome

    A travel blog entry by bss-tour-2013 on Dec 08, 2013

    51 photos

    ... for the warships to move around. It has been suggested that the reports either have the location wrong, or that the Colosseum originally featured a wide floodable channel down its central axis (which would later have been replaced by the hypogeum). Sylvae or recreations of natural scenes were also held in the arena. Painters, technicians and architects would construct a simulation of a forest with real trees and bushes planted in the arena's floor, and animals would then be ...

    Going to Uzes and Pont du Gard

    A travel blog entry by chrissimonic on Sep 14, 2013

    1 comment, 10 photos

    ... throughout five centuries. The Pont du Gard is 360 m long, 50 m high, on 3 levels, it is a magnificent structure of soaring arches in a beautiful and relaxing setting. We saw quite a lot of people swimming, canoeing, and picnicking around the river. There were also guided tours through the aqueduct and a Museum synthesising the Roman world and the building of the aqueduct. All in all a very interesting and tiring day but a good ...

    Day 49: Vatican tour, museum

    A travel blog entry by sarah_rossie on Jul 31, 2013

    Was surprisingly not tired this morning. Had a **** sleep cus the new girl was snoring. Me and my friend were cracking up for ages about it. Made my way to the start point which was ages from the vatican and got brekky from a cafe. The guide is Canadian and was hilarious!!! Again he was super engaging. Even tatine would have liked it lol. We went to some churches on the way and other points and he explained the rise of the Catholic Church or maybe more ...