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Gloria Gobbi, an acclaimed designer showcases her interesting creation at Antichi Kimono. She specializes in making trendy accessories from antique Japanese sashes for both men and women. The eloquent silk fabrics when converted into accessories can add glamor and brighten up any dress. The collection is a bit high on the pocket, however, the designer's talent is well-deserving. One can choose from bags, purses, jewellery and also a colorful range of kimonos to stock up the wardrobe at home.
Mercato Delle Stampe is the place to visit for the book worms. They offer prints, magazines, engravings, and classic books, and lots more variety. Bargain as much as you can for the best deals. Search enough, and you could be lucky with some music and architectural engravings.
It is difficult to describe this place in one word, but it is just as the name alludes, a wonderful place. Nestled in the heart of Rome, Wonderfool offers you an opulent space, that will take you away from your day's stress. Catering mainly to a male clientele, Wonderfool is divided into three sections, a barber, fitness club and a hammam (Turkish Bath). You can enjoy a relaxing massage and facial, or exercise under the guidance of a professional trainer. Pick up a designer wear at the store or get bespoke clothing by their talented tailors. You are sure to leave Wonderfool, feeling more wonderous than before.
The ancient Appian Way was the most important of the consular roads. It was inaugurated in 312 BCE by censor Appius Claudius Ciecus after whom it was named. The road was especially important for economic reasons as it connected Rome with the south of Italy. Initially it only went as far as Capua along the Pontine marshes, but was later extended to Benevento and then all the way to Brindisi, which encouraged trade with the eastern Mediterranean. This last stretch lost importance however when the Appia Traia Way was opened that stretched down to Bari. Lined with pines and cypress trees, the road is very attractive, particularly where the original paving can be seen.
There are two things that every tourist in Rome wants to experience: the architecture and the arts! And the Il Muro in the city is a great place to do that. The contemporary art gallery is for people who would like to spend hours looking and experiencing urban art forms at its best. Guided tours are available in Spanish and English and take you on a tour around some of the collection's best-known murals. The walking tour charger are nominal for everyone. Below nine, kids are free. A different side to Rome's vibrant art scene, Muro is edgy contemporary street art at its best.