The Sistine Chapel

Without having seen the Sistine Chapel it is not possible to form an appreciable idea of what a single man is capable of achieving. Johann Wolfgang von Goethe Michelangelo Buonarroti, the great artist dedicated almost 10 years of his life to creating the frescoes, absolute masterpieces of art, loved and celebrated all over the world. …

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The lovers’ fountain

Near the most famous fountain in the world, Trevi Fountain, the architect Nicola Salvi created a small fountain to give passers-by the chance to quench their thirst, known as the Fontanella degli Innamorati. It owes its name to the legend according to which the Roman girls, when the lover had to leave to be a …

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The ghost of Pimpaccia

Did you know that in Piazza Navona and more precisely on January 7, you might have the opportunity of a very special meeting?…You wonder with whom? With one of the most famous ghosts of Rome: Donna Olimpia!!!!! The woman, married a rich bourgeois, refusing to take her vows, the man, however, left her a widow …

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