Monuments/ Statues in Rome

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  • ANZ101
    Tel Aviv, Israel161 contributions
    This is a famous landmark in Rome. Besides seeing the monument itself, we took the lift to the top from where you get a magnificent panorama of the great city of Rome.
    Written 23 May 2022
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  • Bob J
    Southport, NC935 contributions
    This arch was built in honor of Constantine, to commemorate a victory. Constantine did not build the arch. Our guide said at one time there were at least 36 commemorative arches, but now very few survive. Great views from the Coliseum, but you have to pay for that view.
    Written 22 May 2022
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  • AMohsen
    Port Said, Egypt404 contributions
    This pillar is impressive by its helical stripes and fine details and prints. Another interesting matter is that another typical one is located in another place “Column of Marcus Aurelius” beside “Galleria Alberto Sordi mall”.
    Written 27 January 2021
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  • Federico F
    Vicenza, Italy70 contributions
    It's a beautiful and typical monument but is nothing very exciting. It's typical to put the hand inside the mouth of the statue and there is always a queue to do this but in a few minutes it ends. It's free to entry so, if you are near it, it's fine to go for a visit
    Written 14 May 2022
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  • SoCalOregonian
    Murrieta, CA9,812 contributions
    Located in Campo de’Fiori this monument to Bruno, a philosopher and writer, whose views were deemed “dangerous by the Roman Inquisition was raised in 1889 on the site of the execution pyre on February 17, 1600. The bronze statue of Bruno in monks robe, holding a book looking downward sits atop a large granite pedestal. On the pedestal are 8 bronze medallions, and 4 bronze plaques, 3 of which depict important events in Bruno’s life, the 4th a dedication plaque.
    Written 12 October 2019
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  • Jim M
    Dublin, Ireland10 contributions
    Wonderful bit of history and a beautiful piece of art. It was blocked by guards for COVID distancing, so we were unable to get very close. Cool nonetheless.
    Written 25 July 2021
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  • Sarah P
    Norwich, UK291 contributions
    We just walked past but a very grand building. Can see why it divides public opinion. Reminded me a bit of the brandenburg gate in Berlin.
    Written 19 April 2022
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  • Kim R
    Southlake, TX24 contributions
    Beautiful statue by Bernini, with a smaller statue/fountain on the corner nearby. Very close to a metro stop and quick to visit.
    Written 5 November 2021
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  • Malgorzata
    11,025 contributions
    A really beautiful bronze statue placed on a column with a classic capital. It is the reduced copy of the bronze statue kept in the Capitoline Museums, the classic symbol of Rome, the nursing she-wolf Romulus and Remus. It is located in the column on the left of the Capitol. It is not one of the most impressive monuments , but certainly very significant.
    Written 21 April 2020
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  • Tuscan Tennis Holidays
    Glasgow, UK293 contributions
    One of many amazing statues in Rome, this one situated at the edge of the Olympic Park and the site of the Rome masters Tennis Tournament each May!
    Written 13 December 2019
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  • Flore
    Arad, Romania1,650 contributions
    The statue impresses you with how it was made and how imposing it is. If I were to make a ranking of the three most interesting things to see in Rome these would be - the Vatican Museum, the Colosseum and the Sant'Angelo Castle.
    Written 8 December 2019
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  • BestRegards FromFar
    Cape Town Central, South Africa366 contributions
    The building looks pretty impressive from the outside but I was a bit disappointed. There was not a lot of information and even though it recently opened it still looked like renovations are going on. If you have a lot of time in Rome its okay to visit but if you need to be selective this would definitely not be my first choice.
    Written 23 May 2022
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  • The Spanish Steps Apartment
    Rome, Italy23,048 contributions
    A monument to the wife of one of Italy’s founding fathers, Guiseppe Garibaldi. If Anita Garibaldi was anything like her monument, she must have been formidable indeed. She rides a rearing horse, a pistol in one hand, an infant in the other – and sidesaddle, no less!
    Written 25 March 2022
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  • FTMDave
    Adria, Italy5,521 contributions
    Three-gated marble arch in the Roman Forum erected in 203 AD to celebrate military victories in the east.
    Written 5 July 2021
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  • Malgorzata
    11,025 contributions
    Column of the Immaculate Conception is located in Piazza Mignanelli, in front of the Spanish embassy , very near from the Spanish Steps. It is a nineteenth-century monument . The Marian monument was designed by the architect Luigi Poletti, the actual figure atop was sculpted by Giuseppe Obici and commissioned by Ferdinand II. The structure is a square marble base with statues of biblical figures at the corners that uphold a column of Cipollino marble of 11.8 meters. Atop the column is a bronze statue of the Virgin Mary. At its base there are four biblical characters - David, Isaiah, Ezekiel and Moses. The obelisk was solemnly blessed by Pope Pius IX, who proclaimed the dogma of the Immaculate Conception. The column was dedicated on 8 December 1857.
    Written 29 February 2020
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