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“Krka waterfalls are located not so far away from Split and are almost as beautiful as Plitvice lakes. You can also go swimming under the fall while visiting. ”
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“One of the 6 monumental entrances of Villa Borghese, built at the end of 1827 and located in Piazzale Flaminio. The propylaea from which the entrance takes its name were designed by Luigi Canina on models from ancient Greece.”
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Art Museum
“Big museum with paints, sculptures, Ancient Egypt, Roman Empire, Renaissance. The best time is early morning at 9.00! You won't have to wait on a crazy line!”
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Historic Site
“The best way to explore Split old town and antique palace is having a walking our with licensed tourist guide.”
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Point of Interest
“Defined during the fifteenth century, the Baroque-style Piazza Navona is one of the most charming and popular squares in Rome.The public square is built on the site where the Stadium of Domitian (Circus Agonalis), founded in 86 AD, once stood. It could hold approximately 20,000 spectators, which came here to see different athletic competitions.The most beautiful parts of Piazza Navona are its three fountains, designed during the papacy of Gregory XIII: Until mid-nineteenth century, every summer the drains of the three fountains were blocked and the centre of the square was flooded to make the “Lake of Piazza Navona”. It was greatly enjoyed by the locals. The square is surrounded by restaurants and terraces giving Piazza Navona a lively and delightful atmosphere during the day. Here, visitors can enjoy performances by street artists like magicians and dancers. ”
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Historic Site
“Amphitheatrum Flavium is the most famous and impressive monument of ancient Rome, as well as the largest amphitheater in the world. ”
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Monument / Landmark
“The Pantheon, completed in 126AD, was a Roman temple with a surprising oculus that is the building's main source of natural light. The Pantheon of Agrippa, also known as the Roman Pantheon, is one of the architectural masterpieces of the Italian capital. It is the best preserved building from ancient Rome. The construction of the current Pantheon was carried out during the reign of Hadrian, in the year 126 A.D. The name of Agrippa comes from the place in which the current building is built, which was previously occupied by the Pantheon of Agrippa, built in the year 27 B.C and that was destroyed in a fire in the year 80 A.D. At the beginning of the 7th century the building was donated to the Pope Boniface IV, who transformed it into a church, in which function it currently finds itself in a perfect state of preservation. The most surprising aspect of the architecture in the Pantheon is its measurements: the circular building has exactly the same diameter as its height: 43.5 metres. The dome, which has the same diameter, is bigger than that of St. Peter's Basilica. At its top, a 9 meter diameter opening allows natural light to illuminate the entire building.”
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“Known as Hadrian's Tomb, the Castel Sant'Angelo is a fortress located on the right bank of the Tiber, a short distance from the Vatican City.Construction of the building began in the year 135 under the direction of the Emperor Hadrian, who intended to use it as mausoleum for himself and his family. It was finished in the year 139 and a short time later, it became a military building, which in the year 403 would be integrated to the Aurelian Walls. In the year 590, while a great epidemic of plague devastated the city, the Pope Gregory I had a vision of Saint Michael the Archangel on top of the castle, announcing the end of the epidemic. In memory of the apparition the building is crowned with a statue of an angel. In the year 1277 an 800 metre fortified corridor was built that connected the castle with the Vatican City so that the Pope could escape in the event that he were in danger. During the sieges that occurred in Rome during 1527, the Pope Clement VII used the fortress as a refuge.”
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“Trevi Fountain is the most beautiful fountain in Rome. Measuring some 20 meters in width by 26 meters in height, Trevi Fountain is also the largest fountain in the city. The origins of the fountain go back to the year 19 B.C., in which period the fountain formed the end of the Aqua Virgo aqueduct. The first fountain was built during the Renaissance, under the direction of Pope Nicholas V. The final appearance of the Trevi Fountain dates from 1762, when after many years of works at the hand of Nicola Salvi, it was finalized by Giuseppe Pannini. Interestingly enough, the name of Trevi derives from Tre Vie (three ways), since the fountain was the meeting point of three streets. Why are there always people in the fountain throwing coins into the water and taking photos of themselves? The myth, originating in 1954 with the movie "Three Coins in the Fountain," goes like this: If you throw one coin: you will return to Rome. If you throw two coins: you will fall in love with an attractive Italian. If you throw three coins: you will marry the person that you met. In order to achieve the desired effect, you should throw the coin with your right hand over your left shoulder. For us Trevi Fountain is the most beautiful fountain in the world. Whether under daylight or warmly lit up at night, the fountain is never lonely.”
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“It's the largest of the four papal basilicas of Rome, known throughout the world.”
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Historic Site
“The most famous and significant monument, the building from which each tour of the city begins and ends - the Pula Amphitheater - a building where gladiators fought. It was built in the 1st century, during the reign of Emperor Vespasian, at the same time as the largest and most famous building of its kind - the Colosseum in Rome. There are often concerts and a film festival”
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Art Museum
“Located in the heart of the ancient center of Naples, the Museo Cappella Sansevero is a jewel of the international artistic heritage. Baroque creativity and dynastic pride, beauty and mystery intertwine, creating here a unique atmosphere, almost out of time. Among masterpieces such as the famous Veiled Christ, whose image has traveled around the world for the prodigious “weaving” of the marble veil, marvels of virtuosity such as Disillusion and enigmatic presences such as anatomical machines, the Sansevero Chapel represents one of the most unique monuments that human ingenuity has ever conceived. A noble mausoleum, an initiatory temple in which the multifaceted personality of its brilliant creator: Raimondo di Sangro, seventh Prince of Sansevero, is wonderfully transfused. Located in the center of the nave of the Sansevero Chapel, the veiled Christ is one of the most famous and evocative works in the world. In the intention of the client, the statue had to be executed by Antonio Corradini, who had already carved modesty for the prince. However, Corradini died in 1752 and had time to finish only a terracotta sketch of the Christ, now preserved in the Museum of San Martino. So it was that Raimondo di Sangro commissioned a young Neapolitan artist, Giuseppe Sanmartino, to create "a life-size carved marble statue, representing Our Lord Jesus Christ dead, covered by a transparent shroud made from the same block as the statue". Sanmartino took little account of the previous sketch of the Venetian sculptor. As in Modesty, even in the veiled Christ the original stylistic message is in the veil, but the throbbing and late-Baroque sentiments of Sanmartino give the shroud a movement and meaning very distant from the Corradinian canons. The modern sensibility of the artist sculpts, strikes the lifeless body, which the soft coulters collect mercifully, on which the tormented, convulsive rhythms of the folds of the veil affect a deep suffering, as if the pitiful covering made the poor even more bare and exposed limbs, even more inexorable and precise, the lines of the tortured body. The swollen and still throbbing vein on the forehead, the piercing of the nails on the feet and on the thin hands, the hollowed and relaxed rib at last in liberating death are the sign of an intense search that does not give space to preciousness or school fees, even when the sculptor "embroider" meticulously the edges of the shroud or dwell on the instruments of the Passion placed at the feet of the Christ. The art of Sanmartino is resolved here in a dramatic evocation, which makes the suffering of Christ the symbol of destiny and redemption of the entire humanity. From Casa Carmela it can be reached in less than 15 minutes walking.”
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“Nature, hiking, fresh air. Spend one day in the mountains away from all trasic and noises, just relax and enjoy hiking and nature. In Paklenica is also Maita peć Cave but in fall, pring and winter it works only on some day on the week. So call the park berore if you would like to visit the Cave”
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“This neighborhood has had some interesting artists and literary people. It is very nice to take a walk during the day and resting during lunch in a nice typical roman restaurant or "tavernetta". Trastevere changes compeletly it's mood at night. Full of young people walking by and having a drink with friends. Quiet every night in the central piazza you may find some groups that play in the street. I suggest to go there by lunch and by night to see the difference. If you may, take a bicycle through the day. ”
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Εμπορικό κέντρο
“One of shopping malls in our city. A lot of shops, caffe bars and restaurants in one place. Ideal for a rainy day.”
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“Via del Corso is a main street in the historical centre of Rome. Today, the Corso is a popular place for the "passeggiata", the evening stroll for the populace to be seen and to see others. It is also an important shopping street for tourists and locals alike. Here you can find the big national and international stores, as well as small shops with great bargains. Without a shadow of doubt chic shopping in Rome is traditionally done in the Tridente neighbourhood. The street itself is remarkable for being absolutely straight in an area characterized by narrow meandering alleys and small piazzas. The length of the street is roughly 1.5 kilometres. The Corso runs in a generally north-south direc”
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