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Rome doesn’t have only magnificent baroque monuments, unique and valuable ancient archaeological ruins. Rome is also full with modern architecture buildings, contemporary works realized by worldwide known architects.

During the centuries new buildings have been built on the ruins of the ancient ones. Indeed, many churches are located on ancient pagan temples, Roman houses and ancient places of worship.

During the years Trastevere turned into one of the symbols of the Eternal City. Trastevere is the thirteenth district in Rome and it was named after the Latin words trans Tiberim, that is across the Tiber, in order to show that Rome initially developed on the opposite bank of the river.

Via Appia, a road that made the history of Rome. In ancient times it connected Rome to Brindisi (in Puglia), a very important harbour connecting Rome to Greece and the Orient. A road of strategical communication for the trade so that it was called “Regina Viarum”, that is the queen of all the roads.

There is an area in Rome that can be immediately recognized because of its unique architectonical style. EUR is a urbanistic complex that was designed and built from the 30s by the dictator Mussolini.

The rose rain in Pantheon is a millennial tradition in Rome. On White Sunday, at the end of the Mass, the firemen will make a rain of rose petals fall down from the “eye of the sky”, that is the 9-metre central opening in Pantheon.