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The colors of Havana Havana is the most colorful and contradictory city I've ever visited. The colors are well-exposed literally everywhere. On the colonial style buildings painted in all the tones of blue, light blue, water green, pink and yellow. On the cars: the old fashioned ones,...

A brand new set-up of the MAXXI's art and architectural collections reveals a new way to live Rome most famous contemporary art museum. A real revolution into the huge museum's structure that, as a definition from the beginning, does n0t have a real structure, not...

If you wish to experience life in Rome during ancient roman time, don't miss this amazing perfectly preserved ancien commercial mall, stepping on the same road where the Romans once stepped. The complex of market named after the emperor Trajan who commissioned it, was probably...

"She was incomprehensible, for, in her, soul and spirit were one - the beauty of her body was the essence of her soul. She was that unity sought for by philosophers through many centuries. In this outdoor waiting room of winds and stars she had...

One of the greatest living sculptors in one of the most impressive spaces modern Rome has to offer. The result is amazingly powerful, grand, meaningful. It's the exhibition “Matrice” by Giuseppe Penone organized by Fendi in its headquarter at the "Palazzo della Civiltà", a fascist...

Elevators beneath the arena Gladiators and wild beasts were appearing from beneath a wooden floor as if by magic thanks to an extraordinary powerful elevators system. The arena - that you might expect to be a smooth ground of sand (arena in latin means sand) -...

"Rome wasn't built in a day", so if you have 2 or 3 days in the city it won't even let you discover 1/10 of it. Anyway you’ll do have a general idea of how breathtaking is its beauty, how endless is its history and...

I’m a good walker and I’ve always loved exploring Rome on foot, losing myself in the tangled streets of the historic centre. Years ago, when I was an art history student at the University of Rome, I used to take a walk in the center...