Day 1 - 1 Jan 2020
Content: The Trevi Fountain ( Fontana di Trevi ) is the largest and one of the most famous fountains in Rome . Made between 1732 and 1762, it is located in the rione of Trevi , in Piazza di Trevi, and backs onto Palazzo Poli . While it is estimated that 80 million liters of water flow through the fountain each day, each year it brings in the sum of one million euros into the public coffers. The money generated has so far been used for charitable purposes, for the benefit of organizations such as Carritas or for the conservation of monuments. The legends surrounding the Fountain of Wishes are yet another reason for tourists to throw one, two or three coins inside. ▪️How many coins should be thrown into the fountain? If you throw a coin in the fountain, it means that you will return to Rome one day. Throw two, and you'll fall in love with an Italian or an Italian. There is also another belief that you would have to toss two coins when making a wish for it to be granted. If one is ready to sacrifice a third piece, legend says that one must be prepared to hear the wedding bells ringing, and this to celebrate your union with the Italian or the Italian mentioned above. A marriage supposed to occur during the year! As some tourist guides like to point out, it is important not to throw a fourth coin into the fountain. Indeed, it would be the omen of a divorce with the person in question.
Content: The Spanish Steps (Italian: Scalinata di Trinità dei Monti) are a set of steps in Rome, Italy, climbing a steep slope between the Piazza di Spagna at the base and Piazza Trinità dei Monti, dominated by the Trinità dei Monti church at the top.
Day 1 - 1 Jan 2020
Content: The monument to Victor Emmanuel II , also known as Vittoriano , Imperial Palace or Altare della Patria ( Altar of the Fatherland ), is a monument in Rome that stands between Piazza Venezia (Venice Square) and the hill of the Capitol . The monument to Victor-Emmanuel II was built between 1885 and 1911 to commemorate the unification of Italy and the accession of Victor-Emmanuel, its first king. It rises on the southern edge of the huge Piazza Venezia. Because of its particular shape, the monument is decked out with two “nicknames” by the Italians, the “wedding cake” and the “typewriter”. On the sides, it is flanked by the Palazzo Venezia and the very famous building of the Venetian insurance company Generali. Il Vittoriano displays impressive measurements: 135 meters wide, 130 meters deep, 81 meters high and a total area of 17,550 m². If you wish to access the observation deck on foot, be aware that you will have to climb 196 steps or otherwise take the elevator for a fee.
Day 1 - 1 Jan 2020
Content: The Roman Forum or Forum of Rome ( Foro Romano in Italian, Forum Romanum in Latin), also called Forum Magnum (“Great Forum”) or Forum Vetus (“Old Forum”), is located in the most important archaeological site of Rome , between the Capitoline Hills and the Palatine Hill . The forum is the main square of ancient Rome . Its historical , religious and political importance makes it the place around which all the life of the city revolves: celebration of weddings , organization of games , gladiator fights , ceremonies and religious festivals , military parades (on the Via Sacra ), of political proclamations (for example during the cremation of Julius Caesar , in this same place)… It is the living center of the city, like the agora, political and mercantile gathering place of the Greek cities .
Content: The Colosseum is an oval amphitheatre in the centre of the city of Rome, Italy, just east of the Roman Forum. It is the largest ancient amphitheatre ever built, and is still the largest standing amphitheatre in the world today, despite its age. Construction began under the emperor Vespasian (r. 69–79 AD) in 72 and was completed in 80 AD under his successor and heir, Titus (r. 79–81).Further modifications were made during the reign of Domitian (r. 81–96).The three emperors that were patrons of the work are known as the Flavian dynasty, and the amphitheatre was named the Flavian Amphitheatre (Latin: Amphitheatrum Flavium; Italian: Anfiteatro Flavio by later classicists and archaeologists for its association with their family name