A Tour of Historic Rome
A rundown of the most beautifully historic city in the world.
The Roman monument that has the greatest number of records: “the best preserved, with the biggest brick dome, and it is considered the forerunner of all modern places of worship,” writes Italyguides.it. The Pantheon is set in a legendary place. It has gone under two fires and the present look you encounter is by the Emperor Hadrian. Once you take a step inside you’re in awe. Individuals walk around, or rest on the steps enjoying some gelato, as they watch street performers.
The Spanish Steps
From the description above I am definitely certain you would not want to miss this magnificent structure. The marble staircase is not only breathtaking, but also slippery, so be cautious as you make your way to the top. The Barcaccia Fountain sits at the foot of the stairs. It represents the historic flood of River Tiber. It acted as a solution to connecting the square and the Trinita Church above. A beautiful site, always busy with tourists, but a must see destination.