they call it the Eternal City and they’re rising. Everywhere we turn, there’s a fountain, a church, or a square to gaze on. it is indeed as beautiful as you imagined. it the biggest and most picturesque image of Rome.
the fighting they would begin around noon with women fighting midgets and then primetime event would be the gladiators fight and the Emperor watch from over there. this is Fontana di Trevi probably the most iconic place in Rome and it took about 30 years to complete. every person who comes here rocks a coin. it’s about 80,000 euros in every month and the big winner is the Red Cross.
one cannot come to Rome and miss ground-zero Catholicism Vatican City. with six million visitors a year, this is the sixth most visited Museum in the world. the Vatican museums are filled with artwork from all the ages of humankind, from ancient Greek statues to contemporary art with a Sistine Chapel being the superstar of the museum. catholic tradition says that st. peter’s basilica is the burial site of st. peter, one of the Christ’s disciples and the first pope. st. Peter’s tomb is supposed to be right under the other.
one of the most beautiful Renaissance sculptures Michelangelo’s pietà is housed here. Michelangelo carved it when he was only 23 years old. it is the only scheduled Michelangelo ever signed carving his name on. we are on top of some vintage church in Vatican and we’re about even though the panoramic view will be worth the three hundred and twenty steps climb. think twice before you start as the spiral staircase gets progressively narrow and you can’t turn back as it’s a one-way climb.
after you’ve visited Saint Peter’s Square you shouldn’t miss Castel Sant’Angelo which is within walking distance. this is piazza di spagna we’re right at the steps of the Fontana Delabar kata there is the Spanish Embassy that give the name to this place the Spanish square a few tourists notice that John Keats Memorial House is on the right of the Spanish Steps the famous English poet arrived here hoping that the seaside there will cure his illness but only lived here for the last month’s of his life people like Candace typically they’re copying every day so well preserved because the century AD Portugal as the church is very second the first king of that part is very rapid and Renaissance [Applause] imagine that two thousand years ago here was a huge racing track for chariots now it is a charming square and the perfect place for you to experience the Italians favorite activity the Dolce Far Niente the fountain of the four rivers represents the four major rivers of the four continents known at the time the Ganges for Asia the Nile for Africa Rio de la Plata representing America and the Danube for Europe ponte fabricio right here is all the trees in Rome it was built in 62 before Christ and it’s over 2,000 years old it’s an existing bank of the Tiber River leaving easel activates as you cross the bridge you stumble upon the charming neighborhood of trois seven it comes to life in evening as tourists and locals alike fill the narrow streets in search of the perfect dinner or perhaps just taking the pasta job this here used to be a pool about 2000 years ago and imagine that a few Emperor’s swim over here and they had also a library and they had entertainers it was a country club of the Roman age you know the Baths of Diocletian facing piazza della repubblica is basilica santa maria degli Angeli a de martini the church was built in the 16th century when Michelangelo Buonarroti transformed part of the ruins of the baths in a church after antiquity and then the Renaissance and Baroque the third glorious period of Italian people was the end of they were reunited under vittorio emanuele ii his monument is here and there’s also the monument of the Unknown Soldier the Italians are not quite fond of the altar of the fatherland calling the building the typewriter or the wedding right next to the square there’s Emperor’s regions forum with a majestic 38 meters high