Ponte Sisto Rome

The Ponte Sisto in Rome connects the Via Pettinari in the rione Regola with the Piazza Trilussa across the river in the Trastevere district. Particularly at night the Ponte Sisto is often extremely crowded, since it also connects the Campo de’ Fiori (one of the busiest squares at night, with many pubs and pizzerias) with Trastevere, which is Rome’s number one nightlife quarter.

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Palazzo degli Anguillara Rome

The Torre degli Anguillara can be seen next to the Palazzo degli Anguillara in the Piazza Sonnino in the district of Trastevere in Rome. A plaque on one of its walls misleadingly refers to the building as the Casa di Dante.

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Trastevere district Rome

Trastevere is one of the oldest districts of Rome and also the capital’s main night-time area, with its myriads of narrow, meandering streets and alleys and its cheerful and cosy collection of restaurants and pubs, often still run by the same families that ran them 50 years ago.

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Torre della Moletta Rome

The Torre della Moletta is a medieval tower on the south side of what is left of the Circus Maximus in Rome. The tower was one of the properties of the Frangipane family. Francis of Assisi is said to have stayed there one day. Since 2017 the tower can be visited together with the excavations of the Circus Maximus.

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