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  • 1. Roma Julian Arcila Bueno
  • 2. Location • Roma it is the capital of Italia. it is also the country's largest and most populated in the European Union by population.
  • 3. Situated of interest •St. Peter's Basilica •Sistine Chapel •The Colosseum •the Roman Forum •The Trevi Fountain
  • 4. St. Peter's Basilica St. Peter Basilica of the Vatican gets up on the tomb of the Apostle San's Pedro. At which artists have been employed of first as Maderno's front, Michaelo Ángelo dome, or Bernini Plaza they are only in the world.
  • 5. Sistine Chapel • The Sistine Chapel is the most famous chapel of the Vatican City. Originally it was serving as chapel of the strength vaticana, It is famous for his architecture, and his decoration to the fresh air.
  • 6. The Colosseum The Roman coliseum is undoubtedly the most representative monument of the city of Rome and symbol of the whole former Roman empire. Designed as sand to see to fight in the sand both to gladiators and to beasts. In spite of the fact that now he is in ruins, due to the hurt caused by earthquakes and thieves of stone, the Coliseum has been seen from always as an icon of the Imperial Rome and today it is one of the principal tourist attractions of the city.
  • 7. the Roman Forum Roman  forum  Is  the  place  where  the whole civil life was developing  in  the  former  Rome.  It  was  the  heart  of  the  City  and  it  is  loaded  with recollections of the principal  protagonists of his History. On the valley of the Forum the hill  of  the  Court  one  appears,  where  they find the ruins of the imperial  residence,  begun  for  August  and  enlarged  spectacularly  for  his  successors.
  • 8. The Trevi Fountain  The Fountain I gave Trevi it is  the  most  monumental  source  of Rome and one of the most  beautiful  of  the  world.  The  history  of  this  source  goes  back  to  the  times  of  the  emperor Augusto. The  monumental  source  that  today  we  admire  was  constructed  in  the  18th  century  by  an  almost  unknown man.
  • 9. Typical food Slices  of  domestic  bread  toasted to the gridiron, with a  bit  of  garlic,  and  ingredients  of  the  most  varied  thing  above:  tomato  (the  most  typical), cheese, vegetables ...  quite  watered  with  olive  oil  and salt. It is one of the most  traditional inlets of the Italian  kitchen,  there  are  specialized  restaurants,  called  bruschetterías
  • 10. Typical food Slices of domestic bread toasted to the gridiron, with a bit of garlic, and ingredients of the most varied thing above: tomato (the most typical), cheese, vegetables ... quite watered with olive oil and salt. It is one of the most traditional inlets of the Italian kitchen, there are specialized restaurants, called bruschetterías