Rome is full of new discoveries, and not all of them are visible!
Pictures from 2006 show piazza Venezia exposed! It’s over 2 decades the city has been working on Metro C and improving their public transportation services. It can’t be easy when digging around ruins, are they all worth keeping? What is more important to people today? Efficiency or more ruins? Is Rome lacking more to see?
In the pictures you can see Piazza Venezia exposed. Today covered of course, is used to take selfies, and every year the city places a Christmas tree. But what is under the tree? Exactly! Take a look at some pictures taken 2006 taken by Patrizia Di Gregorio.
“Work is continuing on the Metro C in Piazza Venezia. It will be another station-museum, after the one of San Giovanni that the city inaugurated in 2018. Digging the galleries to bring the third metro line to the center of Rome, where it will be admired by tourist and appreciated by commuters!
“Today in Piazza Venezia the construction sites that will serve for the construction of the future station are visible – explains the first town -: the consistency of the subsoil is underway, with core drilling and technical tests preliminary to the extension of the tunnel that will connect the suburbs to the heart of the city”.
Every First Sunday of the month all museums are free in Rome. FREE MUSEUMS ON SUNDAY MARCH 1st are SUSPENDED throughout ItalyThe official communication of the Ministry of Cultural Heritage. What to visit? Which museums are free? Here is the full list of free state and civic museums in Rome you can visit for free […]
On Sunday, February 23, #ViaLibera returns to Rome, from 10 to 18 from the city center and Prati. Some roads will be totally or partially closed to traffic and reserved for pedestrians and cyclists. Between 10 and 18 the 15 km cycle-pedestrian circuit dedicated to pedestrians and cyclists will be active. Among the streets involved, […]
Last Sunday of the month Vatican Museums are free!! The free entrance time is: 9:00 – 12:30 Closing 14:00. It’s not possible to make reservations for the free entry. The world’s largest art collections since they exhibit a huge collection of artwork accumulated over the centuries by the popes. The museum was founded by Pope Julius […]
Villa Borghese: The Solidarity Run is a marathon for everyone. On Saturday 29 February 2020, at 3.00 pm, in Piazzale del Pincio in Villa Borghese in Rome, ACSI, with the technical organization of ACSI Italia Atletica, organizes the first edition of the Solidarity Run, a non-competitive running event with a distance of 1.5 km. The […]