San Bernardo Alle Terme Church Rome

The San Bernardo alle Terme Church is located in the Castro Pretorio district of Rome. It is one of very few churches in Rome with a round floor plan.

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Basilica of Neptune Rome

The Basilica of Neptune (Basilica di Nettuno) in Rome was built in the year 25 BC. It was constructed by Agrippa in the same period the Pantheon and other buildings like the baths and the Saepta were built. Remains of the basilica can be seen behind the Pantheon.

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Campo Marzio District Rome

The Campo Marzio district is the 4th rione of Rome and also one of the city’s most central neighborhoods, with major tourist attractions such as the Spanish Steps and the Piazza del Popolo within its borders.

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Piazza Sant’Andrea della Valle Fountain Rome

The early 17th century fountain in the Piazza Sant’Andrea della Valle is one of Rome‘s most centrally located fountains, in front of the Chiesa di Santa Maria in Trasportina, just off the Corso Vittorio Emanuele and near the Pantheon and Piazza Navona.

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Piazza della Rotonda Rome

The Piazza della Rotonda is the official name of the square that faces the Pantheon in Rome, so most people know it by the name Piazza del Pantheon. It is one of Rome‘s liveliest neighborhoods, with a jumble of open-air café tables and a picturesque central fountain. The alleys leading up to the square are lined with tourist shops, wine bars, restaurants and small cafés.

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