Rome’s Palazzo Valentini opens permanently

After a major restoration the excavations under Palazzo Valentini have now opened to the public on a permanent basis. A small baths complex dating from the second century AD was discovered seven metre...

Rome’s Cavour monument reveals surprise

The marble cornerstone of the Cavour monument in Piazza Cavour has been removed as part of the square

Anniversary of the Sack of Rome 410

A series of events organised by some of Rome

Rome relives the Ludi Romani festival

23 - 26 September. As part of a celebration of the life and culture of ancient Rome, the Museum of Ancient Roman Civilisation and its environs in EUR is hosting a

Rome celebrates 140 years as capital city

On 20 September 1870, in what came to be known as the Breach of Porta Pia, triumphant Italian Bersaglieri led by Raffaele Cadorna marched down Via Pia, having defeated Pope Pius IX's papal troops....

Guided tour of Mount Soratte bunkers near Rome

The cultural association Bunker Soratte based on Mount Soratte north of Rome is organising guided tours of the former military bunkers under the mountain on 22 and 23 May. The site is not normally ope...

Rome's talking statues restored

The restoration of the Pasquino statue (near Piazza Navona), done by the ATI Ghia-Equilibrarte, is now complete after almost five months of work. The Pasquino is the most famous of the Talking Statues...

Holocaust Remembrance Day

Holocaust Remembrance Day falls on 27 January, the day in 1945 on which the remaining prisoners at Auschwitz were liberated by the Russian army, closing one of the blackest chapters in human history:...
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