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71st anniversary of Rome massacre. The traditional commemoration ceremony takes place at Rome’s Fosse Ardeatine mausoleum on Tuesday 24 March, in memory of the 335 people killed by the then occupying Nazi forces 71 ye...
Marble columns reconstructed for Rome's birthday The Temple of Peace in the Roman Forum is to be restored in time for the city's annual birthday commemoration on 21 April, according to the capital's superintenden...
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Largest ancient Roman reservoir ever found Archaeologists working alongside the excavations for Rome's new Metro C line in the S. Giovanni district have discovered one of the largest ancient Roman reservoirs ever fou...
28 war veterans honour their comrades buried in Italy A delegation of 28 Canadian war veterans is travelling to Italy to participate in Canada's official commemorations on the 70th anniversary of the campaign to liber...
Culture minister backs plan by Italian archaeologist Italian culture minister Dario Franceschini has added his support to the proposed rebuilding of the Colosseum's arena floor, rendering it the way it was until being...
Guided tours of main bunker along with two earlier shelters An air-raid shelter used by Italian fascist leader Benito Mussolini will reopen to the public from 31 October, along with two adjoining bunkers, one of whic...
News comes on 71st anniversary of deportation of Rome's Jews Construction is to begin on Rome's Museo della Shoah, which will commemorate Italy’s Jewish victims of the Holocaust, at Villa Torlonia "as soon as po...
Rome restores ancient street as part of bimillennium of emperor Augustus The ancient Vicus Jugarius in the Roman forum has reopened following a €1.3-million restoration over the last four years. Located betwee...
On the bimillennium of the death of Augustus on 19 August 14 BC, Rome is celebrating and rediscovering the emperor who made her great with initiatives, exhibitions and cultural events discussing his personality and his t...
Child's tomb covered with terrible curses An ancient mausoleum containing a dozen tombs belonging to a family of wealthy nobles has been discovered at Rome's sprawling Ostia Antica archaeological site near the coast....
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Painting to be shown near the Pantheon A watercolour by Adolf Hitler will be displayed at an art gallery near the Pantheon in Rome on 18 July. The work on paper will be shown during a press conference at the Galle...
Imperial Roman monument on Appia Antica restored The Mausoleum of Romulus on Rome's Via Appia Antica has reopened to the public after more than two decades. Built in the early fourth century AD, the circular monument...
Annual event coincides with canonisation weekend On 25 April Italy celebrates the 69th Festa della Liberazione which marks the country’s liberation from German occupation and fascist rule at the end of world war...
To mark the 70th anniversary of the Allied bombardment The group of local enthusiasts that has cleaned and opened long stretches of the mysterious bunker in the entrails of Mount Soratte will take visitors on guided t...
Annual commemoration at Rome War Cemetery Australians and New Zealanders in Rome will mark ANZAC Day 2013 with a memorial service on Friday 25 April at the Rome War Cemetery on Via Nicola Zabaglia, in the Piramide dis...
Residents commemorate 70th anniversary of Nazi raid Today is the 70th anniversary of the Nazi raid on Quadraro, a south-eastern suburb of Rome, during world war two. The district was well known for its numerous pa...
70th anniversary of Rome massacre The traditional commemoration ceremony takes place at Rome's Fosse Ardeatine mausoleum on Monday 24 March, in memory of the 335 people killed by the then occupying Nazi forces 70 year...
Damage to many of Rome’s artistic treasures during world war two was prevented by a dedicated group of experts and academics attached to the Allied military forces. By Theresa Potenza As you wander the small streets...
Remains may be the world's oldest Roman temple Archaeologists in Rome have announced the discovery of what may be the world's oldest Roman temple, dating to the seventh century BC. The remains of the temple were di...
But memorial marred by anti-Semitic incidents On the occasion of the International Holocaust Remembrance Day on Monday 27 January, numerous memorial events are being held in Rome, many of them aimed at school children...
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