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Stories, anecdotes, curiosities and comics about places, events and historical characters of Rome
The history of Rome and of its historical characters has complex implications, with many curious anecdotes to discover. There are also little-known details about the places and historical events of the capital, which I like to share during my guided tours in and around Rome.
I like to further explore these “adventures” of the Eternal City also through my podcast on MixCloud (in Italian), and of course through the Rome Stories blog.
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The Sistine Chapel through the 5W: What, Where, When, Who, Why. Learn about people, dates and more facts about the Vatican’s Sistine Chapel.
Exploration of the Monti historic district in Rome with a guided tour around the local Monti traditions of art, crafts and foods. Book today.
A new itinerary to discover Rome on foot, on a path that will make you admire the monumental main squares, fountains and palaces of Rome.
Castel Sant’Angelo has a rich 2,000 years history of transformations from being a mausoleum to becoming a fortress, and a museum today.
Mausoleum of Cecilia Metella on the Appia Antica: a special architecture to celebrate a deceased person or to convey a political message?
The four basilicae maiores of Rome represented for centuries the Pentarchy, the set of five patriarchates of the old Catholic Church system.
Haystacks, riots, plague, Greek gods, islands shaped like ships and a snake. The Tiberina Island certainly has a very intriguing past.
More Roman itineraries you can do on foot. Today we start at the Vatican, we cross Trastevere and end the tour with beautiful Gianicolo views.
Discovering Rome on foot is easy, everything is so close. Explore the ancient Rome with an easy walk from Piazza Venezia to the Coloseum.
The Roman Forum is the main archaeological area of Rome, and for centuries it represented the strategic center of Roman civilization.
Ostia Antica featured a multi-ethnic society, where also indo-iranian gods such as Mithras had their place in popular religion practice and faith.