Rome is home to many sights, which can be recognized immediately such as the Colosseum, the Sistine Chapel and the Pantheon, but the city has many strange and fascinating aspects located on the good tourist path.
The cellar of the Capuchin monks
The basement hotel of the Capuchin monks is located near the church of Santa Maria della Consione, which is located next to the bustling Piazza Barberini, where there are six small chapels with approximately 4000 monks of Capuchin order, and the monks arrived in the church in 1631 AD carrying the skeletons of the deceased monks, Which was arranged in the basement, over a period of more than 200 years, and the body of the monk was extracted every time to be added to the screen, with everything from chandeliers to decorations that formed with the bones.
Largo Argentina was first discovered in 1927, when the region was identified for redevelopment, where the remains of four Republican temples dating back to 400 BC were opened as an archaeological site that also includes the entrance to the ancient Bombay Theater, where Julius Caesar was assassinated, and a year ago 1993 AD, the area was a cat shelter with more than 150 cats now residing among the collapsed monuments.
The South Ostense neighborhood has a hard and industrial history as one of the working class parts of the city. In recent years, it has begun to form a new reputation as a wonderful resting place thanks to modern restaurants and bars, as well as a thriving street art scene, where colorful works cover city buildings as part of a project To relaunch the area and rejuvenate it, for the most striking examples of this, the bright Iacurci painting over the fish vendor nearby, and the colorful endless faces.
Modern Art in Maxi
The National Museum of 21st Century Art was opened in 2010 in a famous complex designed by architect Zaha Hadid, to complete the modernization of the Northern Flaminio area in Rome alongside the graceful Piano Renzo Hall, where contemporary works in Maxi provide a refreshing contrast in a city overflowing with ancient wonders Renaissance and Baroque, with two museum areas focusing on art and architecture.
The Cupidy neighborhood
The fascinating and quirky neighborhood of Cubedi is located in the north of central Rome, and it features unique architecture in the world away from the rest of the city, where the region takes its name from the architect Gino Copied, who started the project in 1915 AD and left it unfinished when he died in 1927 AD.
Sculptures at the center Montemartini
Central Montemartini is a great museum, located in the neighborhood of Ostensi, where ancient sculptures found in abandoned buildings can be seen in the first public electric power plant in Rome, and the juxtaposition of high-end Greek and Romen marble statues with modern machinery creates a unique space, which cannot be found Except in a city like Rome where history, art, and industry span the centuries.