Rome

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Rome

Rome

ColiseumThe Coliseum was an amphitheater, or an arena, where people fought animals and other people for show.

The PanthenonThe Panthenon was originally a small temple dedicated to all Roman gods.

Sistene ChapelThe Sistene Chapel is the chapel in the Vatican which houses religious celebrations and most importantly, the Conclave; painted by Michelangalo.

St. PetersSt. Peters is the piazza and the basilica where pilgrims from all over the world go to see the Pope.

Spanish StepsThe Spanish Steps were built to connect the square and Trinita Church above.

Trevi FountainThe Trevi Fountain is a fountain that was a display of an ancient Roman aqueduct termination.

Two prominent physical features are the Tiber River, which divides Rome from the Vatican, and the City of Seven Hills, which Rome is known to have been built on.

Currency used: Euro

Rome is located on the central western shore of Italy.

Pizza, Spaghetti, and Gelatoare some of the most popular foods in Rome.

Julius Caeserwas a leader of the old Rome.

Fun Facts-The police drive lamborghinis.- Rome is the capital of Italy.-Pope Francis is the newly elected Pope.-Since the climate is temperate, the best time to visit is between April and June.-Great shopping for chocolate and going to flea markets.


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