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Best attractions to visit in Rome

21. Chiesa Del Gesu - Rome

Chiesa Del Gesu

Chiesa Del Gesu is the city’s Jesuit church with counter-reformation architecture. The church holds extraordinary artwork such as Giovanni Battista Gaulli’s valut fresco and Andrea del Pozzo’s lavish tomb built in honor of Ignatius Loyola, the Jesuit founder. Ignatius resided in the Chiesa Del Gesu from 1544 to 1556. You can explore the Spanish saint’s private room, located on to the right of the building. The scared church features an extraordinary façade built by Giacomo della Porta. Walk through the lavish interior of the church where you will encounter stucco décor and cupola frescoes. The painted fresco on the ceiling impressive as well. You can visit the tomb of the Spanish saint and soldier. There are numerous things to do in Rome. At Chiesa Del Gesu, you will enjoy seeing the works of artists created eons ago. Now, you know you have several things to do in Chiesa Del Gesu, you should make a plan with your family and friends to travel to Rome, Italy. Together, you can take in the beautiful sights of the city and learn more about the Chiesa Del Gesu. Be sure to visit the marble and bronze tomb with columns, capture the beautiful ceiling on your camera, and walk through the rooms.

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22. Palazzo Del Quirinale - Rome

Palazzo Del Quirinale

Palazzo Del Quirinale, in our opinion, is the best kept secret of Rome. It’s one of those places which not many people know about, but a visit here will fill you with awe at its beauty and elegance. The reason that the Quirinal Palace isn’t too well known among tourists is that it was closed to the public because it was an important government building still in use. However, this was changed recently and the palace was opened to the public, and since then it is slowly becoming the favorite place of tourists. Palazzo Del Quirinale was completed in 1583 was made as a summer residence for the Pope. These days, it is the official residence of the Italian Republic’s President and is one of the three buildings which serve the same purpose. The palace has a grand history of important people living in it – 4 kings, 12 presidents, and 30 popes have called this palace home. The interior of the palace is grand to say the least. The exterior of the building is not so impressive though and doesn’t quite prepare you for the lavishness aside. You’ll see beautiful rooms, with elegant furniture, and great art as well.

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23. Santa Maria Del Angeli - Rome

Santa Maria Del Angeli

Michelangelo designed the layout of church Santa Maria Del Angeli, constructing it inside the confines of the Baths of Diocletian. The church was built to honor Virgin Mary, the Christain slaves who lost their lives during the construction of the baths, and angels. The interior of the Santa Maria Del Angeli is exquisite, consisting of monumental tombs, holy relics, and artwork. You will find several things to do in Rome. Upon visiting the church, the first thing you notice is its striking and unique exterior. You can travel down to Via Parigi to see the ruins of the monastery. In another section, you can visit the Museo Nazaionale delle Terme. Over the years, the interior of the church has gone through some slight changes, but you can still admire the impressive imperial baths. At the church, a few notable figures in history are buried such as artist Carlo Maratta, Cardinal Francesco Alciati, and sculptor Pietro Tenerani. One of the first things to do in Santa Maria Del Angeli is to look at the work of famed artist Michelangelo. People who are staying in hotels near the church should not visit it for sure. The architecture, theme, tombs, and statues will leave you impressed.

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24. Piazza Della Repubblica - Rome

Piazza Della Repubblica

Piazza Della Repubblica isn't really a plaza when you look at it, but it functions as one. It is in a semi-circular shape, which makes it very unique. The shape is due to the baths of Diocletian, the exedra of which gives this piazza its shape. This is also the start of Via Nazionale, the main street of Rome. There is a beautiful fountain here and a great titular church as well. The buildings around the piazza aren't as old as they seem; they were built in the 1880s and were intentionally made to look older than they are so they would fit in with the piazza. The fountain on this piazza is called Fountain of the Naides and was commissioned by the pope in 1870. The fountain depicts 4 nymphs, related to the ocean, the underground, lakes, and the rivers. The fountain itself is a popular place for tourists to congregate and take pictures. Santa Maria degli Angeli e dei Martiri is also on this piazza, Michelangelo was one of the architects, which means this is a must visit for any tourist. It may not seem like much from the outside, but if you step inside, you will be amazed by the beauty of the insides, and the meridian line crossing as well.

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25. Santa Maria Della Vittoria - Rome

Santa Maria Della Vittoria

Santa Maria Della Vittoria is among the many beautiful churches in Rome. We haven’t seen such a collection of beautiful churches in any other city in the world; the churches here aren’t just numerous, they are amazingly beautiful as well. This church was made in 1620, and contains beautiful pieces of art inside it. It is a religious experience even for non-religious people, because one cannot help but feel elated at the beauty inside of it. The cantoria inside this church is among the most glamorous we have seen in the world. Ecstasy of Saint Teresa, the sculpture made by Bernini, is also inside this church and it is a phenomenal piece of art. The story of Saint Teresa talks about the shaft of an angel piercing through her heart, providing her with immense pain and joy. The feeling of pain and joy is captured perfectly in the face of the sculpture. The sculpture is famous worldwide, and people come from all over the world just to be able to see it. The Virgin Mary Triumphing over Heresy in the vault by Cerrini is also beautifully framed within Santa Maria Della Vittoria.

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26. Fontana Del Mose - Rome

Fontana Del Mose

Domenico Fontana, the designer behind the popular fountain, came across an eye-catching public fountain designed for Julius III by Amannati. He used the fountain as his inspiration to create the Fontana Del Mose, which became one of Fontana’s most acclaimed and favored fountains. People to this visit the famous fountain in Rome, Italy to admire the artisanship of Domenico Fontana. Fontana Del Mose or the Fountain of Moses consists of three equal arches, built from the bottom. The water flows from the arches, streaming into three basins, protected by lions that also spray water. In the center of the archway, the statue of Moses stands, hitting a rock, and the engraving on his arms depicts scenes of the Old Testament. What are other things to do in Rome? There are not a lot of things to do in Fontana Del Mose, but if you like architecture dating back to 1585, you will have a good time. You can stop at the fountain on your tour through Rome to see the statue of Moses and works by other artists who built Gideon and the desert scene next to him. Four marble arches stand on both sides of the Fontana Del Mose.

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27. Domus Aurea - Rome

Domus Aurea

Emperor Nero envisioned the construction of the Domus Aurea in 64 AD. Domus Aurea used to include fabulous gardens, pastures, and extensive galleries, spanning from the Esquiline and the Palatine Hill. You may know the Domus Aurea by its other name, the “Golden House.” The stunning house used to contain the statue of the emperor, which was 120 feet tall. People forgot about the Domus Aurea, until the 15th century when people rediscovered it. The place along with its structures such as the Trajan’s baths was buried for a long time. What are the things you can do in Domus Aurea? The place served as an inspiration for renowned artists such as Raphael, Perugino, and Ghirlandaio. You should visit the Domus Aurea with fellow history buffs to explore the huge property. Since this is one of the city most popular places to visit, you need to pre-book a tour. Tours do not take place on the weekdays, but only weekends. Tours are available in English, Spanish, and Italian. You can ask your hotel for more information regarding the tours to Domus Aurea. With so many things to do in Rome, you will have a fun time. This is a great place for you to visit with your family.

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28. Arco Di Tito Arch of Titus - Rome

Arco Di Tito Arch of Titus

Are you planning to walk through Rome, Italy to admire the extravagant historical structures? You should start your tour at the Arco Di Tito Arch of Titus, one of the surviving monuments of the city. Emperor Domitian built the arch in 70 AD to commemorate the fallen temple of Jerusalem. Tourists who aspire to learn more about ancient Rome and its history should visit the site. Even though there not that many things to in Arco Di Tito Arch of Titus, named after the emperor’s victorious brother, the breathtaking architecture will make up for it. After Titus won the battle against Jerusalem, he bought home Jewish slaves who were then forced to build the structure you see today. To this day, it remains one of the most popular tourist attractions of the city. Be sure to visit it. One of the primary things to in Rome is to explore the Arco Di Tito Arch of Titus and take in its spectacular beauty. On the ceiling, you can see the Titus sitting on an eagle and riding upwards into heaven to assume his position as god. A good way to make sure you visit the top tourist destination is to go on a guided tour. You can have your family and friends join you.

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29. Capitoline Museum Hill - Rome

Capitoline Museum Hill

Capitoline Hill is one of the 7 hills in Rome, and the museums that are on top of the hill have resulted in it being known as the Capitoline Museum Hill. Museums are always popular with tourists, and the hill is thus a popular destination for tourists who want to see more history of Rome. There are three main buildings on the hill, Palazzo dei Conservatori, Palazzo Senatorio, and Palazzo Nuovo. Palazzo dei Conservatori is focused on showcasing sculptures from ancient history, including Greek, Roman, and Egyptian history. It houses a lot of well known pieces of art, such as the Romulus and Remus, which you may recognize from the emblem of Rome itself. On the third floor of the plaza you will find an impressing collection containing coins, jewelry, and medals. On the second floor you will find history of interior decoration, including tapestries, frescoes and much more. Palazzo Senatorio was an important senate building, and is notable for having Michelangelo as one of its chief architects and designers. Palazzo Nuovo also has some fantastic marble statues. The most notable statues here are Capitoline Venus, Oceanus, Tabula Iliaca, and Dying Gaul. Another great part of coming to this hill is the beautiful view you get of Rome.

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30. Arco Di Costantini - Rome

Arco Di Costantini

Arco di Constantino’s illustrious history plays a major factor in attracting visitors from various parts of the world to Rome, Italy. The Roman erected the impressive arch to celebrate Constantine’s triumph over rival Maxentius in 312 AD. The builders used pieces from pervious monuments, thus saving the empire money. Tourists who like historical structures should visit the Arco di Costantino. One of things to do in Arco di Constantino is to admire the beauty of the structure. The structure, standing at 69 feet, is the largest surviving structures of the city. If you are visiting the Colosseum, you can easily visit the structure, as it is located to west of the Colosseum. You can pause to look at the three arches and above them, you will see Constantine’s battle against the former emperor Maxentius play out. If you visit Rome, Italy and you do not visit Arco di Constantino, you will regret not stopping at one of the country’s most famous structures. The stunning structure attracts several visitors each year and this year, you should come to take in two centuries of Roman art. Admiring the beautiful structures in the city is one of main things to do in Rome. Visit the structure with your family or group of friends.

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