WHAT TO SEE IN ROME

Left excite and engage from the Eternal city

ART, TRADITION AND HISTORY

just a few minutes from Vaticansuite383

COLOSSEUM

The most impressive and spectacular of the history of Rome is the Colosseum, one of the 7 wonders of the world. In ancient times it was used as an amphitheater for events, but especially for the shows between the roman gladiators were made to fight in front of thousands of people who stood in mortal combat. The monument is built entirely in tuff and supported by large travertine pillars with heights of up to 48 m. The internal view of this spectacular monument will make you empathize in ancient Rome with unique sensations.

THE BASILICA OF SAN PIETRO

The Vatican Suite 383 is located near one of the Basilicas, the most important of the world: the Basilica of San Pietro. Built by the Emperor Constantine over the sepulchre of the first Apostle of Jesus: Peter, it stands majestic on its majestic colonnade by simulating the arms open to receive all the christian peoples of the world. The visitor will remain forever engraved this show, architectural, as all the masterpieces held in it. An example among all the “pity of Michelangelo” which is located upon entering the Basilica after the side aisle to the right. Always of Michelangelo can be admired when entering the vatican museums, one of the most important masterpieces of the history of art “the last judgement” in the Sistine Chapel, here every visitor will be overwhelmed by the power of the masterpiece!

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