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The city of Rome

Rome or Rome called in italyn RomeIt is the capital of Italy, the municipality and the largest city in the country, as it is considered one of the most densely populated cities, as the population according to the last study in 2010 reached approximately 2.761.477 people, and they live on an area estimated at 1285.31 km², and the city is located in the part The western central of the italyn peninsula, which is located on the Tiber River in the italyn region of Lazio, and as a tourist city it includes many beautiful tourist and antiquities that can be melted, which we will talk about in this article.

The most important tourist attractions in Rome

Romen square

The Romen square is located in a small valley located between the Platine hills and the Capitoline, and it was an ancient populous place, as it was a place for gathering, marches and public speeches, and a center for commercial affairs, but at the present time it has become a deserted place where there are only some architectural monuments that include the arches of Septimius Severus And Titus, the temple of Pius Antonius, Faustina, and the Temple of Saturn.

Spanish stairs

The Spanish stairs are located in the city of Rome, as it consists of long roads consisting of 135 degrees, and was built from French funding with the aim of linking the Bourbon Spain to the Vatican with the French Church Trinita de Monte.

Trevi Fountain

The Trevi Fountain is the largest Baroque fountain, built in 1762 AD, and designed by Nicolas Salvi, in which there is a sculptural formation of Neptune, the sea god surrounded by two Triton, who is the son of the Lord of the Sea according to the Amazigh narration, and this site was chosen as the water channel’s connection to the Aqua Fergo, built in The nineteenth century BC, where the legend says that whoever throws a coin will one day return to Rome.

Vatican Museums

Pope Paulius founded the Vatican museums in the sixth century AD, where these museums are located inside the Vatican City, which includes some important monuments in the world, and also include spiral stairs, Raphael’s rooms, the wonderful Sistine Church, and Michelangelo painted the ceiling of the church to become one of the most important and most beautiful works in painting

The Pantheon

The Pantheon is considered a Romen archeological building in terms of conservation, and may be the best preserved building from that era in the world, and was built as a temple for all the gods of ancient Rome, then converted to the Romen Catholic Church, and consists of a large circular portico with three huge granite columns, and opens the corridor in the lobby It is surmounted by a dome, and although two thousand years have passed since its construction, this dome is still the largest concrete dome in the world.

St. Peter’s Church

St. Peter’s Church is considered a center of Catholicism in the world, as it is one of the most important places for tourism in the city, in addition to that it occupies a prominent place in the Christian world, and it is one of the greatest churches, and it contains the tomb of St. Peter, as the shrine is located directly below the main altar of the cathedral, which is called The altar of confession, the papal altar, or the altar of St. Peter.


The Colosseum, or Calcium, or Clausim, or the original name for it, which is the Flavian Amphitheater, which is a giant Romen amphitheater located in the center of Rome, and the square was used to fight gladiators (Gladiators), and mass competitions.

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