Rome from Strasbourg
To visit the Italian capital is to step inside a great history book and head back in time. From ancient Rome to the Vatican City, from the Trevi Fountain to Villa Borghese, this veritable open-air museum unveils all these treasures of art and civilisation before our very eyes. But Rome is not just a pile of old stones: here, past and present create an alchemy like nowhere else. Temples, Roman amphitheatres, early Christian churches, Renaissance palaces, baroque fountains and squares, the religious buildings of the Vatican and alleys with medieval charm are omnipresent traces, without ever feeling dated. Art, present every step of the way, speaks to all generations and cultures: Rome is a universal city.
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