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Underground site to open to public twice a month. Rome's Barberini Mithraeum, a mysterious cavern dating to the third century AD, is to reopen to visitors every second and fourth Saturday of the month, from 13 November....
Service at Commonwealth Cemetery in Rome on 11 November. A Remembrance Day service was held on Thursday morning at the Commonwealth War Graves Commission cemetery in the Testaccio area of Rome. The service was attend...
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Italian culture ministry evicts Dignitatis Humanae Institute from abbey near Rome. A mediaeval monastery south of Rome, where a right-wing political academy close to Donald Trump’s former chief strategist Steve Bannon h...
Disovery sheds light on the living conditions of Pompeii slaves. A slave's quarters has re-emerged intact during excavations at the suburban villa of Civita Giuliana to the north of Pompeii, reports Italian news agency...
Arco di Giano will open to the public every Saturday. Rome's Arch of Janus, or Arco di Giano, reopens to the public this month for the first time in 28 years. The reopening is thanks to collaboration between the city...
Vikings crossed Atlantic 1,000 years ago, according to new study. The debate about who 'discovered' North America first took a new turn this week when scientists presented what they say is proof that Vikings had settled...
Grape harvest reproduces the wine enjoyed in Pompeii before it was buried in volcanic ash almost 2,000 years ago. The annual vendemmia, or grape harvest, gets underway on 20 October in the ancient Roman ruins of Pompeii...
Rome commemorates deportation of Jews in 1943 as leader of far-right Fratelli d'Italia postpones visit to Jewish Ghetto on eve of election. Rome's Jewish community commemorates today the 78th anniversary of the deportat...
Sigonella, when Italy stood up to the United States. The United States’ recent chaotic withdrawal of military forces from Afghanistan, and the 20th anniversary of the 9/11 attacks, bring to mind the country’s long histor...
Activist used spray paint to deface Marconi bust in Rome. A police investigation is underway in Rome after a bust of Guglielmo Marconi, the Italian inventor of the radio, was defaced with spray paint in the central Vill...
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The haunting story of Beatrice Cenci (1577-1599), the young Roman noblewoman who murdered her abusive father before being beheaded on a bridge in Rome, still fascinates today. The daughter of Count Francesco Cenci, Beat...
Rome's Jewish community to snub ceremony which takes place weeks before mayoral elections. Rome mayor Virginia Raggi announced that the foundation stone of the Museo della Shoah, a museum to commemorate Italy’s Jewish v...
Martin Adler returns to Italy to meet three children he nearly shot in world war two. Rome mayor Virginia Raggi welcomed 97-year-old retired American soldier Martin Adler to the capital, hosting him at city hall on Thur...
How to visit Baths of Caracalla at night this September. The Baths of Caracalla will open to the public at night for visits, guided tours and special events on select dates in September. The 'Caracalla Effetto Notte'...
Rare 'pomerium cippus' comes to light again after 2,000 years. Rome archaeologists have unearthed a border stone laid during the reign of Emperor Claudius almost 2,000 years ago, the first such discovery in more than a...
Pliny's ancient vines come back to life in the heart of Rome. A small vineyard has been established on the Palatine Hill as part of ongoing efforts to restore the site's imperial gardens and Renaissance-era Horti Farnes...
Atrium Vestae reopens fully as part of new Roman Forum itinerary.The Colosseum Archaeological Park reopens the House of the Vestal Virgins to the public fully on 6 July following an extensive restoration that began in 20...
Free guided tours of Rome's Aurelian Walls this summer. Rome opens up internal stretches of the city's ancient Aurelian Walls for the first time with guided tours at weekends this summer. The tours will be held in th...
Ancient Roman site had been obscured by hoarding in recent years. Hadrian's Athenaeum is once again visible to passersby after the city removed the concrete barriers and hoarding that had long obscured the ancient site...
Archaeological site reopens to the public with multimedia show dedicated to 'grotesque' style rediscovered by Raphael and other Renaissance artists. Rome's Domus Aurea, containing the majestic remains of Emperor Nero's...
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