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Roma Caput Mundi

Rome never ceases to cause surprise and admiration because of its typicality. A great historical, cultural and architectural heritage. Rome, one of the greatest masterpieces that humanity has ever produced. Always represents the collective global tourist destination par excellence that everyone at least once in their life wants to visit. The city is steeped in history and an unforgettable charm. These are just 3 of the masterpiece you cannot really miss in town:

Colosseo: The Coliseum consists of four floors: the first three are pierced by arches 80 while the fourth is taller than the others and characterized by a mass more compact building with windows. The arches are separated by pillars with semi-Doric, Ionic and Corinthian. Inside, the staircases had a capacity of about 50,000 people and in case of bad weather, were covered with a roofing system composed of strips of cloth, maneuvered by a hundred sailors. It 's the largest amphitheater in the Roman world.

Fontana di Trevi: It 's the most famous fountain in Rome, by architect Salvi in 1735 under Pope Clement XII. And 'one of the most beautiful fountains in the world. Erected in the homonym square not far from Via del Corso, is probably one of the most visited places in Rome. Thousands of people each day visit the work to be able to throw a coin into the tank, which as legend, ensures the tourists to come back to Rome in his life. The movie "The sweet life" by Federico Fellini has contributed to enrich the world fame of this fountain.

San Pietro: Placed in the Vatican (an independent state in the Italian territory) dominates Piazza S. Pietro Bernini's masterpiece. It was founded in 324 by Constantine. In 1506 work began on a project by Bramante, transformed the basilica. In addition to the basilica worked Bramante, Raphael, G. Sangallo, Peruzzi, A. da Sangallo. Michelangelo took over in 1547 which remains the apse and dome, the largest ever built in masonry work. Following the Maderno's façade and erected by order of the Pope, the Greek cross plan of the church by a Latin cross.