The Profumo Manor Hotel in Rome is just a few hundred metres from the famous Colosseum.
This hotel was converted from an old-fashioned home and retains its original layout.
Come to the nightmare of Rome,
the remains of the city, telling the glory of the old days,
swimming in the city, and even can not tell whether they are in the past, or now.
And the most famous in the city is the Colosseum, into which the grief of history comes from life, life and death, expensive and embarrassing, at a glance.
can accommodate 50,000-70,000 spectators, from the bottom up, Doric column, Ionian column and Corinthian column, the general existence of textbooks in the history of architecture. The
12 Euro package includes the Colosseum, the Roman ruins and the Palatine Hill, which can be skipped in line with the roma pass.
The Holy Angel Bridge, also known as St. Peter's Bridge, is an ancient Roman bridge that spans the Tiber River and was built in 134 AD by the Roman emperor Hadrian, connecting the city centre with the Castle of the Holy Angel. The bridge is paved with marble and has three bridge arches for pedestrians only. It can be said that it is a very beautiful bridge in the city of Rome. There are twelve vivid angel statues on the bridge. Each angel holds the same torture instrument as Jesus. It can be said that it is a very beautiful bridge in the city of Rome. There are twelve vivid angel statues on the bridge. Each angel holds the same torture instrument as Jesus. The sculptures of two of the angels from the famous Italian sculptor and architect Bernini have been collected in the Santa Adrea delle Fratte church, and two replicas were placed on the bridge. I didn't board the watch because of the time. It was originally a family cemetery built by Emperor Hadrian, first as a fortress to prevent the invasion of the Visigoths and East Goths, then as a prison, and finally into a magnificent papal palace. There are many different kinds of locks on the pier, which represent the wishes of tourists all over the world. Now as a museum, it is said that in 590 AD, Pope Gregory saw the angel over the fort, and later named it St. Angel's Fort.
out of the old city, paved roads and cars, history has directly entered the modern.
After 10 minutes walk along the Guadalquivir River, you will arrive at Plaza de Espaa.
The facade of Masek around the square is quite beautiful, each piece represents a city, with different colors and rich patterns. These delightful patterns depict Spain in the wars of various regions, all of which are ancient. historical story.
There are a lot of carriages in front of the Plaza de Espaa and Seville, where everyone is sitting the same, the carriages circle around the old town and the square.
The Colosseo Colosseo is located in the heart of the ancient Roman city. It was built in the first century AD and has a history of 2,000 years. It is a symbol of the ancient Roman Empire! It is one of the seven wonders of the world!
Traveling to Rome, the Colosseum should be the place for every visitor than punching! There are so many tourists visiting every day, it is best to make a reservation in advance.
Due to its long history, there are only a few skeletons, but the traces of the year can still be seen.
The Colosseum is similar to the current stadium. It is an oval structure that can accommodate 90,000 people! I really can't help but sigh the wisdom of people 2000 years ago! There are four floors. At present, only one part of the first floor and the second floor are open to visitors. On the second floor, the internal structure of the entire Colosseum can be seen.
Metro: Line B to Colosseo Station
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Trip to Italy Travel August Roman street lanes, in addition to the sun and the sun and the sun! Cannot remember any details about the city, no love tan, the makeup rushing out, shot out of various buildings are crooked! Rome went a total of two famous attractions, the Colosseum and the Arch of Constantine! The two buildings next to together! Also translated the Roman Colosseum arena, the Roman arena. Roman Empire is dedicated to slave owners, nobles and freemen or slaves to watch local Jungle Wrestling. Built-in AD 72 to 82 years, it is a symbol of ancient Roman civilization. Site is located in the center of Rome the Italian capital, which in the south of Piazza Venezia, near the Roman market. It can accommodate nearly ninety thousand spectators number. ? Arch of Constantine, built-in AD 315 years, the city of Rome is extant in Arc de Triomphe three years of the latest one. Is it to celebrate Emperor Constantine in the year 312 in a complete victory over his enemies Maxentius and unified empire built. Opening hours 8: 30-16: 30 tickets for the price of 12 Euros (included in the ticket Colosseum). Transportation Guidelines: Subway: B line to the Colosseo station. Bus: 60/75/85/87/117/271/571/175 /186/810/850 / C3 lines to Colosseo station; if you buy Roma Pass, you can also use it to visit a dedicated access channel arena.
There are many Roman period buildings in Italy, the most complete of which is the Roman Pantheon. The building has a long history and was built in 27 BC. It has a history of more than 2,000 years and is a model of ancient Roman architecture. The main body of the Pantheon is a huge cylinder covered with a semi-circular dome. The top is open with a large circular hole. At different times of the day, the light is discharged from the top and shines in different positions in the temple, giving a kind of The sacred and solemn feeling is very shocking.
In the center of Rome, there is a fountain with a tall spire and a monument in the center. The base of the monument is carved with ancient Roman mythology (Fig. 9). This fountain is located at the Roman Pantheon.
The Pantheon is the only Roman Empire building that has been preserved to this day. It was built in 27-25 BC to worship the gods on Mount Olympia, a classic building from the Augustus period.
It was praised by Michelangelo as "the design of the angels". The huge hemispherical dome (Fig. 2) inside has not fallen for two thousand years and is definitely a miracle in the history of architecture.
The Pantheon is the temple where the gods are located. It has witnessed the changes in history. Several alcove offering temple-level figures, such as the tomb of the first king of Italy, Victor Emmanuel II (Fig. 7), Umberto I (figure 5) and the Italian Renaissance The tomb of the painter Raphael.