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St. Peter's Square

Enclosed by Bernini's magnificent colonnade, this square has the largest number of visitors in the world. Millions of tourists wait here either for the Pope's Sunday blessing or to enter the Basilica. More than a square, the colonnade gives it the atmosphere of a courtyard, inviting people to enter the church. The obelisk in the heart of the square has been standing there since 1586. When a new pope is being chosen, it is at St. Peter's Square that thousands gather keenly to see the black smoke turn white and find out who the next pope is going to be. During Christmas, a nativity scene and a Christmas tree are installed, and there is a remarkable atmosphere of celebration, with the majestic dome dominating the scene behind.

Galleria Nazionale d'Arte Moderna

The collection housed in this Neo-classical building includes works from the 19th and 20th Centuries. The 19th-century works are mostly those of the Macchiaioli (Florentine impressionist painters), a movement similar to puntinismo (pointillism), a style based on the use of spots of color to create paintings whose subjects were distinguishable only from a certain distance. Among the 20th-century artists represented here are De Chirico, Carrà, Sironi, Casorati, and Marini. The museum often organizes temporary exhibitions and has its own restaurant, Caffè delle Arti.

National Museum of the XXI Century Arts (MAXXI)

National Museum of the XXI Century Arts (MAXXI) stands with an aim to promote all the forms of contemporary art. This magnificent structure takes pride in housing the first national museum in architecture, housing all the products and documents involved in architecture as an entity. The MAXXI showcases artistic productions through conferences, documentaries, presentations of cinema and video series, concerts and dance performances. All in all, a great place that educates and enlightens every visitor, right from an art connoisseur to a layman.

Piazza Del Quirinale

Rome is known as the city of seven hills, and what better than to gaze at its brilliance from atop a hill. The Piazza de Quirinale atop the Quirinale Hill offers tourists this chance. The piazza or square is surrounded by many historical structures such as the Palazzo Quirinale and the Obelisk and Fountain of Pollux. The Palazzo Quirinale is a stupendous palace housing the President of Italy. The Obelisk on the other hand used to be a part of the Mausoleum of Augustus. Enjoy the view of Saint Peter's Basilica and witness the sun rising over the city from this magnificent piazza.

Parco degli Acquedotti

The Aqueduct Park is part of the huge Appia Antica Regional Park. It is one of the most fascinating places in Rome, where you can jog along the imposing ruins of six different romans aqueducts, as well as among the umbrella pines of the roman countryside. It spreads for 15 hectares from Cinecittà to the Appio Clauido areas. Some of the water conduits, as the Anio Vetus, the oldest one, run partly underground, but the massive arches of the Claudio duct are really a stunning view! The waterworks date back to different times from the Republican and Imperial ages to 1585 when Aqueduct Felice was built by Pope Sixtus V. They supplied Rome with water for over 850 years, until barbarian invasions destroyed the ducts. Only the Felice Aqueduct, the seventh one, is still in use for irrigation and to feed roman historical fountains. The park is open from dawn until dusk.

Casale Mattia

Located on the outskirts of Rome, Casale Mattia is a famed brewery and winery which is also a constant attraction for the endless hordes of tourists visiting Rome every year. Housing wines created out of organic grapes grown on their vast stretch of farms, Casale Mattia offers a unique wine-tasting experience. You can also make purchases from their wine store of white wines and red wines. Authentic extra virgin olive oil is also on offer for purchase.

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