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Basilica of San.Giovanni in Laterano


#Rome: Basilica of S.S. Savior and the saints John the Evangelist and John the Baptist: commonly called the church of San.Giovanni in Laterano is the “mater and caput mundi” of all the churches in the world. Built with the bishop’s church, baptistery and home, it became a model for the construction of all the churches that were inspired by her over the centuries. The Basilica is 400 meters from Domus appia 154 www.domusappia154.com

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The rose garden is located on the Aventine hill and boasts over 1000 species of roses from all over the world, an oasis of peace in a beautiful setting. Admission is free. You can also take a guided tour of the Rose Garden in Rome in this case you need to buy an admission ticket. The cost for entry on weekdays is € 5, € 7 on holidays. For groups: € 2.50 per person on weekdays, € 3.50 on holidays. Free entry: schools, disabled, under 14 and over 65.

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Christmas of Rome: April 21 birth of Rome


Rome the eternal city celebrates its birthday from 20 to 22 April with the historical parade, animated by the “Roman Legions” from all over Europe “. The historical parade will start from the Colosseum and the Circus Maximus will arrive Numerous cultural and musical events will cheer the party.

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Rome: Solemnity of Holy Easter


#Rome .The Holy Easter of Christ’s Resurrection: Holy Week is the week in which Christianity celebrates the events of faith linked to the last days of Jesus, Easter is the most important recurrence of Christianity, without the resurrection of Christ there would be no Christian faith. On Friday night, the Via Crucis of Jesus and his passion for the cross are relived On the night of Holy Saturday the solemn Easter vigil is celebrated. The Holy Week is followed by the Sunday of Resurrection, in which it returns to echo the joy of the resurrection of Our Lord and the…

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Domus appia has received another prestigious award.


Domus appia 154 Guest House is pleased to announce that it has received the “Certificate of Excellence” from Bed-and-Breakfast.it Thanks to all our guests for helping us to reach this goal.

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On August 8th, 117 d.C. died Marco Ulpio Nerva Traiano, The exhibition is the story of the “exceptional” life of a great emperor, probably the greatest and for this he was coined for him the title: optimus princeps, or the best among the emperors Politics, economics, military and social conquests; administration of a single state composed of many different peoples, but with only one dominant culture, the Roman one. With laws that are still at the basis of today’s jurisprudence, an excellent administration and a discrete power that never became ostentation. . THE EXHIBITION The exhibition is developed through statues,…

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Statue of San. Francesco at Porta San Giovanni


The monument to St. Francis of Assisi (1181 / 82-1226) on the square of Porta S. Giovanni was inaugurated in 1927 on the occasion of the seventh centenary of the death of the saint. The sculptural group remembers the pilgrimage of the Saint in Rome with Pope Innocent III along with his followers to acknowledge the rule of his foundation. On the front is the inscription and the dedication; on the other sides are the verses of the XI song of the Paradise of the Divine Comedy, with which Dante Alighieri describes the figure of the saint. The Saint’s recurrence…

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#Roma: The Cypress of Michelangelo


Rome Baths of Diocletian, the “Cypress of Michelangelo” Not many know that inside of the Baths of Diocletian (Zone Of The Piazza della Rupubblica) there are four cypresses which tradition and probably according to history, they were planted by the Supreme Architect. During the time that Michelangelo was busy in restoring what is now the church of Santa Maria degli Angeli, he would have planted these hundred year old trees, the large cloister of the former monastery of the Carthusian monks, and today the Roman National Museum. The famous church was carved by Michelangelo taking advantage of the great walls…

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Domus Appia 154 wins the “Guest reviews Awards 2016″


#Roma Domus Appia 154 is pleased to report that he had received: “Guest Review Awards 2016″ of BOOKING.COM. Thanks to all our guests for their contribution to the achievement of this precious result.

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Ice Park King of Rome A Re di Roma Square skating on ice: Ice Park opened the “ Ice Park King of Rome From 18/12/2016 to 28/02/2017 A Re di Roma is skating on ice: Ice Park opened – has reopened, after several years of absence, the ‘Ice Park in Piazza Re di Roma: the historic location of the Roman ice skating. From day thousands of Romans flocked on pint decreeing immediate success. The track, a few steps from San Giovanni, in the recent past one of the most appreciated by the Romans because situated in one of the busiest…

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