The Story Behind Rome’s Aventine Keyhole

The Aventine keyhole or the “keyhole of the Knights of Malta” is one of the city’s more intriguing off-the-beaten-path sights. … Read More

Pincio Hill Gardens

The “Passeggiata del Pincio“, located between Piazza del Popolo, Villa Medici and the Muro Torto, with a direct connection to Villa Borghese through via delle Magnolie, was conceived by the Napoleonic administration, established in Rome in 1810, to meet many … Read More

Coppedè Neighborhood

Coppedè Neighborhood Well, this really is a jewel of opulent Rome, if you can say that. It is a ward district full of houses and caryatids that unite it, in fantasy, to Batman’s Gotham City, so strange. Dominating it, the … Read MoreRead More