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Rome free travel guide

2018-04-07 20:48:56

There are many people who do not know where to play in Rome, so today Xiaobian is here to share a little of my experience, hoping to help you.

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The Colosseum - Built in 80 AD, the Colosseum is a model of public architecture. Here you can see one of the most basic structures and greatest achievements of ancient Roman architecture: the arch structure

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A series of arches, vouchers and well-arranged oval building elements make the building extremely strong. The architecture at that time relied on this high-level structural form to make the internal space possible.

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The arena was designed with spacious staircases and corridors, and eighty arches were designed, each with a number at the entrance to allow the audience to quickly find their seats, allowing 50,000 people to enter and sit in the theater within ten minutes.

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The Cathedral of Our Lady of the Virgin Mary - From its golden ceiling to its 15th-century mosaics, this majestic church is a world-renowned architectural landmark. Built in the 12th century by the Basilica of the Virgin Mary, it is also one of the oldest buildings in Italy.

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St. Peter's Basilica - Built in the fifth century, this cathedral-like building was designed by Michelangelo himself for Pope Julius II, and the towering statue on its facade is the most iconic feature of this building.

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Vatican Museums - This museum was once the smallest national museum in the world, and also the greatest.

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Pantheon - Built in 27 BC and rebuilt in 120 AD, the Pantheon was praised by Michelangelo as "the design of angels". Since it was dedicated to the Church in 608 as a shrine to the Virgin, it is the best preserved of the original buildings of the Roman era.

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