Many people make fun of the Vittorio Emanuele Monument in Rome and its rather elaborate architecture, as the nicknames “wedding cake” and “typewriter” testify. Some guidebooks even go as far as saying that the best aspect of being inside the Complesso is that it is the only point from where you don’t have to look at the eyesore.
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The area around Piazza Vittorio Emanuele in Rome has become somewhat of an immigrant area, which can also be deduced from the number of ethnic (especially Indian, Chines and Korean) restaurants one can choose from.
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Whereas the most central districts of Rome are called rioni and quartieri, the outer suburbs are called suburbi and zone.
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