Rome holds fifth edition of Tevere Day this week.
The 2023 edition of Tevere Day, a three-day festival of free events in celebration of Rome's river Tiber, will take place from 6-9 October.
Now in its fifth year, Tevere Day will comprise 150 events for all ages, embracing sport, music, culture and history, spanning the river Tiber from Nazzano to Fiumicino.
The Tevere Day programme includes live music, theatre, yoga and food and wine events as well as rowing, cycling, canoeing and other sporting pursuits.
Presentato il programma del #TevereDay. Dal 6 all'8 ottobre tre giorni dedicati al rilancio del fiume. 150 eventi gratuiti da Nazzano fino a Ostia e Fiumicino, attraversando tutta Roma. Oggi, intanto, al via “Parliamo di Tevere”.
Info https://t.co/q0YgUQmBCC#annamocetutti pic.twitter.com/aXoWXXUNY1— Roma (@Roma) October 2, 2023
In addition, a series of 30 public talks about the Tiber - from its history to river reclamation projects - will take place in Rome's libraries, bookshops and museums from 2-8 October.
Historians will be on hand to offer guided tours and there will also be special clean-ups along the river banks and on bridges, including the areas around Castel S. Angelo and Tiber Island.
The city predicts that this year's festival, under the title Annamoce Tutti (Roman dialect for "Let's all go"), will attract around 100,000 people, almost double the number of last year's one-day edition.
For full programme details see Tevere Day website.
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