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Trevi Fountain

Designed by Nicola Salvi for Pope Clemente XII, the Trevi Fountain was completed in the second half of the 18th Century. A towering likeness of Oceanus forms the centerpiece of the Baroque fountain, with Abundance and Salubrity on either side, while the rococo-style Poli Palace provides the perfect backdrop. Tritons guide the chariot of Oceanus, and all around the water flows, its gushing sound rising to a crescendo befitting the all-consuming power it represents. Tradition has it that throwing a coin over your left shoulder into the fountain guarantees a swift return to Rome. Anita Ekberg's dip in the Trevi Fountain was immortalized in Federico Fellini's La Dolce Vita, and Italian actor Toto even sold it to an American, passing himself off as its owner. Featured in numerous movies since Trevi Fountain has long inspired the passions of the human race and continues to be revered the world over as one of Italy's most triumphant sculptural works.

Pantheon

Opgedragen door Marcus Agrippa, gerestaureerd door Domitian, en gedeeltelijk herbouwd door Hadrian (wie de dom toevoegde), werd het Pantheon als kerk ingewijd vroeg in de 7e eeuw door Paus Bonifatius IV. De enige bron van licht in het gebouw is de opening in de dom's top (de oculus); volgens een populaire legende vormde dit de basis voor de bronzen dennenappel die nu op het Vaticaanse Pigna binnenhof staat, waar hij wordt gebruikt als fontein. Veel beroemde Italianen zijn begraven in het Pantheon, waaronder de Renaissance schilder Raphael en Koning Vittorio Emanuele I.

National Museum of Castel Sant'Angelo

The splendid fortress of Castel Sant'Angelo was originally built as a mausoleum for Emperor Hadrian in 139 CE. In the 10th Century CE, it was transformed into a castle, then, 500 years later, into the elegant residence of Pope Alexander VI Borgia. Michelangelo designed the marvelous main court for Pope Leo X and many of the rooms inside are decorated with frescoes of great beauty. It is also been used to house prisoners, including the sculptor Benvenuto Cellini. The terrace offers a fine view of the river Tiber and opera lovers will know that this was where the final act of Giacomo Puccini's opera Tosca (1900) took place. The building is now a museum with a fine collection of suits of armor which is open to the public.

Musei Vaticani

De unieke kunstcollectie van het Musei Vaticani wordt tentoongesteld in de omgeving van deze ongeëvenaarde schoonheid. De prachtige kamers van de fresco's van Raphael bevinden zich onder de meesterwerken van de collectie, waar elke ruimte aangekleed is met fresco's van grootse artiesten. De meest bekende is De School van Athene, waarin hedendaagse artiesten verschijnen als klassieke grootheden (Leonardo da Vinci bijvoorbeeld verschijnt als Plato). De Sixtijnse Kapel is de grootste schat van het museum en biedt Michelangelo's beroemde Het Laatste Oordeel. Hij was een van de vele artiesten, waaronder Perugino, Botticelli Ghirlandaio en Pinturicchio zich ook bevonden, die bijdroegen aan de kapel.

National Museum of Rome - Baths of Diocletian

Built at the behest of Emperor Diocletian between 298 CE and 306 CE, the Baths of Diocletian formed the largest public bath complex of the Roman Empire, with a capacity of 3000. The sprawling complex encompassed a gymnasium, library and public baths, with tepid, hot and cold water options. Decorated with sculptures and elaborate stucco work, the baths were once an awe-inspiring sight in both scale and grandeur. The siege of Rome in 537 CE brought with it the end of the Baths of Diocletian when the aqueducts were cut of by King Vitiges. In 1561, much of now ruinous bath complex was lost when Pope Pius IV commissioned Michelangelo to construct the Basilica of Santa Maria degli Angeli at the site. Today, the ruins of Hall 10 of the Baths of Diocletian have been revived by the National Museum of Rome, showcasing a once treasured piece of the ancient city of Rome. Tombs, sarcophagi, mosaics and other relics from the baths have been preserved, alongside a reconstitution of the hall and its ruins. The site is surrounded by a 16th Century garden lavishly embellished with historic artwork, adding to the allure of this historic site.

The Palatine

Net ten zuiden van het Romaanse Forum en met een schitterend uitzicht over de oude stad, kan men hier keizerlijke en patricische residenties bezichtigen, die van Keizer Domitian inbegrepen. Oorspronkelijk had de Domus Flavia muren die compleet gelijnd waren met gepolijst marmer - Domitian was ban voor sluipmoord en op deze manier kon hij de reflectie zien van iedereen die op hem af kwam. Op de binnenplaats is de delicate plaveisel in gekleurd marmer bewaard gebleven. Van dichtbij kan je een aantal gaten zien die gemaakt waren voor hutposten, waarschijnlijk daterende uit de 9e eeuw v. Chr. Men denkt dat dit de eerste hutten van Rome waren, door legende toegeschreven aan de eigen handen van Romulus.

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