|Colosseum in Italy
One of the greatest works of Roman architecture and probably the world's most renowned ruin is the Roman Colosseum or Coliseum - is an elliptical amphitheater in downtown Rome (Italy), the largest ever built in the Roman Empire. 50,000 seats Colosseum was built for gladiatorial fights and public spectacles. Other public events: the greatest fighting game in the world, hunt animals, executions, famous battles. It is said that the Coliseum over 500,000 people have died and one million wild animals. ...
|Piazza di Spagna
Piazza di Spagna is one of the most popular places in Rome and also a very nice eye. The combination of monumental stairs - the famous Spanish Steps, with an obelisk and a church attracts a lot of photographers and tourists in this market. Spanish Market is located in a French church (Trinita dei Monti) on top of a hill that can be reached by climbing a very long staircase, known as Scalinata della Trinita dei Monti or Spanish Steps. The idea of linking the church market appeared in the ei...
|St. Peter’s Basilica
This magnificent building is the center of Christianity. The opulence of its interior testifies the richness of the Catholic Church in the sixteenth century. Emperor Constantine, the first Christian emperor of Rome, ordered the construction of St. Peter Basilica on the Vatican hill. The location was chosen symbolically, on the spot where St. Peter, one of the apostles, was buried in AD 64. A small shrine already existed on the site, but it was replaced with a church which would be completed in 349 AD. In ...