Roma

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NOTE: For Roma people see Category:Roma people.


Rome is the capital of Italy.

Emblems[edit]

Satellite and aerial images[edit]

Panorami (Vues / Views)[edit]

Antica Roma - Roma antiqua (Ancient Rome / Rome antique)[edit]

See also Destroyed Rome

Colosseo - Amphitheatrum Flavium (Colosseum / Le Colisée)[edit]

Fora[edit]

Arco (Arches / Arcs)[edit]

Architettura sacra di Roma antica[edit]

Columns[edit]

Baths[edit]

Palatin[edit]

Theaters and Amphitheaters[edit]

Circus[edit]

Mausoleums[edit]

see Via Appia

Tombs[edit]

Catacombs[edit]

see Via Appia

Roads[edit]

Walls[edit]

Others[edit]

Modern Rome[edit]

Capitoline Hill[edit]

Vittoriano[edit]

Palaces[edit]

Zecca / Mint[edit]

Gates[edit]

Fountains[edit]

Obelisks[edit]

Stadiums[edit]


Others[edit]

Streets[edit]

Squares[edit]

Towers[edit]

Bridges[edit]

Churches[edit]

Main article: Churches of Rome

Colleges and Universities[edit]

Statues[edit]

Le "Statue parlanti"[edit]

see also: Lupa Capitolina, Statue di Roma

Museums[edit]

Ville e giardini[edit]

Districts[edit]

Paintings[edit]

Drawings[edit]

see also Vedute romane

Others[edit]

Maps[edit]

Models[edit]

The great Plastico, made by Italo Gismondi. This large maquette depicts Rome during the reign of Constantin the Great (around 320 AD). The maquette is on display in the Museum of Roman Civalisation, in the Eur district.

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