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The Pantheon
Fontana di Trevi, Trevi Fountain
Enjoying Fontana di Trevi
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The finally renovated Fontana di Trevi. Marvelous
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Perfect place for pictures thanks to its amazing light and majestic features: Trevi Fountain
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Piazza Venezia. Il Vittoriano or Altare della Patria (Monument to King Vittorio Emanuele II)
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Tevere River in Rome
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Montecitorio, Italian Parliament
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Pantheon
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Piazza Navona
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Tris of desserts: tiramisu’, millefoglie, chocolate mousse
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Spaghetti del profeta
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Prize-winner ravioli mimosa: amazing, vegetarian
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Ventricina (spicy salami heart from Abruzzo)

Fontana di Trevi, Roma. The iconic fountain has finally been renovated. The scaffolding is gone and now people can admire the monument in all its splendor.
Trevi Fountain, Rome.

One of the best-preserved of all ancient Roman buildings, the Pantheon was completed during the empire of Adriano (around 126 AD) on the site of an earlier building commissioned by Marco Agrippa during the reign of Augustus (27BC-14AD). Situated in Piazza della Rotonda, it is a circular building with a portico of large granite Corinthian columns and it has an oculus (central opening) to the sky. Since the 7th century, the Pantheon has been used as a church dedicated to St Mary and the Martyrs.
If you’re looking for a typical Roman dinner, try  Taverna Trilussa in Trastevere, known for its vibrant nightlife and nice restaurants.

If you want to taste great Italian food in a very trendy and hip atmosphere, you should go to La Vi restaurant, on via Tomacelli, very close to Via del Corso and Fendi boutique. Try am amazing brunch, a nice lunch buffet, an elegant dinner or aperitivo.

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