WALK WITH US ALONG THE ROMAN WALLS
In 271 d.C. the Alemanni invaded Italy, defeating the Roman army in Piacenza and moving forward Rome. The Emperor Aurelian organized an immediate defense strategy and succeeded in defeating the barbarian troops near Pavia.
The threat of new invasions was becoming more concrete. Rom... [READ ALL]
JOIN OUR MEMBERSHIP!
In order to take part in all our activities, it is necessary to sign up to our association, filling in the enrollment form, sent by mail or downloaded from the site, and delivering it to the first appointment you attend. After the payment of the membership fee the membership card will b... [READ ALL]
TOUR OF THE BATH OF CARACALLA
The Thermae Antonianae, one of the largest and best preserved examples of an ancient spa complex, was constructed under the auspices of the Emperor Caracalla in the southern part of the city. The building was finished in 216 A.D. The spa itself was not simply a place for bathing, sport ... [READ ALL]
UNFORGETTABLE NAPLES: THE SAN CARLO THEATRE (PART OF THE UNESCO WORLD HERITAGE) AND THE PALAZZO REALE (ROYAL PALACE) WITH ITS ORIGINAL INTERIORS
"There is nothing all over Europe that comes close to this theatre or even gives the faintest idea" – Stendhal, 1817
The San Carlo theatre in Naples is the oldest opera house in the world and UNESCO declared it a world heritage site.
You will be amazed and left s... [READ ALL]
THE ROYAL PALACE OF CASERTA AND THE KING CHARLES OF BOURBON: ITALIAN ELEGANCE AND LUXURY OF THE 18TH CENTURY.
The Royal Palace of Caserta is one of the largest and most beautiful buildings in Italy.
It was commissioned by king Charles of Bourbon, who wanted a complex just as majestic as the one in Versailles.
The palace is the absolute masterpiece of the architect Luigi Vanvitelli.
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