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Piazza Navona
Rome, Italy 00186

+39 3928085884

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Rione XXI - San Saba
Distance: 1.4 mi Tourist Information
Piazza Gian Lorenzo Bernini
Rome,

Terme Di Caracalla
Distance: 1.6 mi Tourist Information
Via delle Terme di Caracalla, 52
Rome, 00153

Santa Balbina
Distance: 1.5 mi Tourist Information
Piazza di Santa Balbina, 8
Rome, 00153

Santa Balbina is a basilica church in Rome, devoted to St. Balbina. It was built in the 4th century over the house of consul Lucius Fabius Cilo on the Aventine Hill, behind the Baths of Caracalla. Possibly the ancient Titulus Tigridae, the basilica was consecrated by Pope Gregory I.The adjoining monastery has a commanding medieval defence tower. Inside the basilica there is a very fine episcopal chair with Cosmatesque decoration from the 13th century. The church was heavily restored in the 1930s when frescoes were discovered on the side walls from the 9th to 14th centuries. The Baroque frescoes in the apse and the triumphal arch were painted by Anastasio Fontebuoni in 1599. The triumphal arch is decorated with the figures of Ss Paul and Peter while in the apse we can see St Balbina between other martyrs.An ancient sarcophagus was also discovered during the restoration. It is now used as a font.In 1270 the first known Hungarian cardinal, István Váncsa was buried in the basilica. Another 13th century Hungarian clergyman, Pál, Bishop of Paphos, erected an altar in the church for Saint Nicolas. Both the altar and the grave disappeared during later centuries but a plaque commemorates the offerings of Pál.

Candy's Home Testaccio
Distance: 1.2 mi Tourist Information
Via Amerigo Vespucci
Rome, 00153

+393343013625

E' un bellissimo appartamento,recentemente ristrutturato.Dotato di tutti i confort quali aria condizionata,TV,Wifi,Fon ecc.Sara' ne sono certo un bellissimo ed indimenticabile soggiorno in un quartiere tra i piu' belli e caratteristici di Roma.

Chiesa di Santa Prisca
Distance: 1.1 mi Tourist Information
via di Santa Prisca 11
Rome, 00153

KilometroZERO Drink&Food
Distance: 1.4 mi Tourist Information
Piazza Ottavilla 4
Rome, 00152

06.5816887

Nati per cullarvi dalle prime esigenze giornaliere, dal profumo di un ottimo caffè, alla brioche sfogliata calda. L'offerta culinaria propone piatti di gastronomia, accurate selezioni di salumi e formaggi, piadine, insalatone, panini rustici e dolci fatti in casa fino ai breakfast americani della domenica mattina. Diversi vini alla mescita solo ed esclusivamente del territorio laziale, birra artigianale alla spina regionali proposte a rotazione e birre artigianali in bottiglia selezionate tra i marchi italiani e internazionali, cocktails di alta qualità, distillati selezionati (whisky e rum). Agli astemi offriamo succhi naturali , spremute, cocktail analcolici.......

Villa Sciarra
Distance: 1.1 mi Tourist Information
Viale Adolfo Leducq
Rome, 00153

Villa Sciarra is a park in Rome named for the villa at its centre. It is located between the neighborhoods of Trastevere, Gianicolo and Monteverde Vecchio. It is not to be confused with the Villa Sciarra in Frascati.LocationThe best approach is from Viale Trastevere. At the Ministry of Education turn onto Via E. Morosini, then take the first left (Via Dandolo) to make the climb and turn left at Via Calandrelli. In Via Calandrelli there are two entrances which are the first giving on to Piazzale Wurts, designed by Pio Piacentini and the second at Largo E. Mintilli.HistoryIn 1653 Cardinal Antonio Barberini bought most of the land within the Janiculum walls between Porta Portese and Porta San Pancrazio to build an estate mainly used as a farm. In 1811 the property was acquired by the Colonna di Sciarra, who gave the villa its current name and enlarged it by acquiring the land belonging to Monastero di San Cosimato. In the 1880s Prince Maffeo Sciarra Colonna went bankrupt and the estate was split and a large part of it became a residential area. The last owners, George Wurts and his wife Henrietta, who was the sister of Charlemagne Tower, established the remaining land as a botanic garden and aviary complex embellished with an original sculptural decoration coming from an 18th-century Lombard villa near Milan. The park was given to Benito Mussolini by the widowed Henrietta in 1932 on condition it became a public park.

Santa Sabina
Distance: 1.0 mi Tourist Information
Piazza Pietro d'Illiria, 1
Rome, 00040

0657941

The Basilica of Saint Sabina is a historical church on the Aventine Hill in Rome, Italy. It is a titular minor basilica and mother church of the Roman Catholic Order of Preachers, better known as the Dominicans. Santa Sabina is perched high above the Tiber river to the north and the Circus Maximus to the east. It is next to small public park Giardino degli Aranci, which has a scenic terrace overlooking Rome. It is a short distance to the headquarters of the Knights of Malta.Santa Sabina is the oldest extant Roman basilica in Rome that preserves its original colonnaded rectangular plan and architectural style. Its decorations have been restored to their original restrained design. Other basilicas, such as Santa Maria Maggiore, are often heavily and gaudily decorated. Because of its simplicity, the Santa Sabina represents the crossover from a roofed Roman forum to the churches of Christendom. Its Cardinal Priest is Jozef Tomko. It is the stational church for Ash Wednesday.

Porta Portese - Roma
Distance: 0.9 mi Tourist Information
Via di Porta Portese
Rome, 00153

Embassy of the United States to the Holy See
Distance: 1.1 mi Tourist Information
89 Rue Belliard
Rome,

The Embassy of the United States of America to the Holy See is the diplomatic mission of United States of America to the Holy See, a term referring to the central government and universal reach of the Roman Catholic Church. The current embassy moved to new headquarters in September 2015 in a separate building on the same compound as the United States Embassy Rome. The embassy was previously located on Aventine Hill in the Villa Domiziana in Rome, Italy, which was built as a private residence in 1953. In 1994, the U.S. government acquired the property as the new chancery for embassy. On August 1, 2013, Ken Hackett was confirmed by the U.S. Senate as the new Ambassador to the Holy See.The embassy is a part of the "Tri-Mission Community" in Rome, the other two being the Embassy of the United States, Rome and the United States Mission to the U.N. Agencies in Rome.HistoryFormal diplomatic relations with the Holy See were established in 1984 by President Ronald Reagan and Pope John Paul II. The mission works in partnership with the Holy See on global issues including HIV/AIDS, world hunger, religious freedom, the environment, and human rights.

Embassy of the United States to the Holy See
Distance: 1.1 mi Tourist Information
89 Rue Belliard
Rome,

The Embassy of the United States of America to the Holy See is the diplomatic mission of United States of America to the Holy See, a term referring to the central government and universal reach of the Roman Catholic Church. The current embassy moved to new headquarters in September 2015 in a separate building on the same compound as the United States Embassy Rome. The embassy was previously located on Aventine Hill in the Villa Domiziana in Rome, Italy, which was built as a private residence in 1953. In 1994, the U.S. government acquired the property as the new chancery for embassy. On August 1, 2013, Ken Hackett was confirmed by the U.S. Senate as the new Ambassador to the Holy See.The embassy is a part of the "Tri-Mission Community" in Rome, the other two being the Embassy of the United States, Rome and the United States Mission to the U.N. Agencies in Rome.HistoryFormal diplomatic relations with the Holy See were established in 1984 by President Ronald Reagan and Pope John Paul II. The mission works in partnership with the Holy See on global issues including HIV/AIDS, world hunger, religious freedom, the environment, and human rights.

San Michele a Ripa
Distance: 0.9 mi Tourist Information
Via di San Michele, 22
Rome, 00153

The Ospizio di San Michele a Ripa Grande or Ospizio Apostolico di San Michele in Rome is represented today by a series of buildings in the south end of the Rione Trastevere, facing the Tiber River and extending from the bank of Ponte Sublicio for nearly 500 meters. It stands across the river from the Rione Ripa and the area known as the Porto di Ripetta, once in the Aventine neighborhood of Rome. The Porto di Ripa Grande was the river port that served those coming up from the Mediterranean port of Ostia. This area was once a main port of Rome. While large seafaring ships could not forge easily up the Tiber river to Rome; smaller boats frequently brought supplies in from the up to the city and disembarked their wares here.HistoryThe buildings of the Ospizio di San Michele were built during the 17th and 18th centuries and served a number of purposes including an orphanage, a hospice for abandoned elderly, and jails for minors and women. In 1679, a nephew of the new Pope Innocent XI (reigned 1676 -1689), Monsignor Carlo Tommaso Odescalchi commissioned architect Mattia de Rossi to design, and within five years had built an hospice to house and train orphan children to manufacture of woven carpets and tapestries. To this building were added in 1693, the Ospizio dei Poveri Inabilito (disabled poor), and in 1709, Pope Clement XI commissioned the architect Carlo Fontana to extend the complex even further and transferred the elderly residents here from the Ospedale dei Mendicanti, located in the Via Giulia. Later additions to the building were the prison for minors and an art school. In 1735, Pope Clement XII commissioned architect Ferdinando Fuga to design a woman’s prison and a barracks for customs officers.

San Michele a Ripa
Distance: 0.9 mi Tourist Information
Via di San Michele, 22
Rome, 00153

The Ospizio di San Michele a Ripa Grande or Ospizio Apostolico di San Michele in Rome is represented today by a series of buildings in the south end of the Rione Trastevere, facing the Tiber River and extending from the bank of Ponte Sublicio for nearly 500 meters. It stands across the river from the Rione Ripa and the area known as the Porto di Ripetta, once in the Aventine neighborhood of Rome. The Porto di Ripa Grande was the river port that served those coming up from the Mediterranean port of Ostia. This area was once a main port of Rome. While large seafaring ships could not forge easily up the Tiber river to Rome; smaller boats frequently brought supplies in from the up to the city and disembarked their wares here.HistoryThe buildings of the Ospizio di San Michele were built during the 17th and 18th centuries and served a number of purposes including an orphanage, a hospice for abandoned elderly, and jails for minors and women. In 1679, a nephew of the new Pope Innocent XI (reigned 1676 -1689), Monsignor Carlo Tommaso Odescalchi commissioned architect Mattia de Rossi to design, and within five years had built an hospice to house and train orphan children to manufacture of woven carpets and tapestries. To this building were added in 1693, the Ospizio dei Poveri Inabilito (disabled poor), and in 1709, Pope Clement XI commissioned the architect Carlo Fontana to extend the complex even further and transferred the elderly residents here from the Ospedale dei Mendicanti, located in the Via Giulia. Later additions to the building were the prison for minors and an art school. In 1735, Pope Clement XII commissioned architect Ferdinando Fuga to design a woman’s prison and a barracks for customs officers.

San Francesco a Ripa
Distance: 0.9 mi Tourist Information
Piazza San Francesco di Assisi, 88
Rome, 00187

+39 06 581 9020

San Francesco a Ripa is a church in Rome, Italy. It is dedicated to Francis of Assisi because the adjacent convent accommodated him, while the term Ripa refers to the nearby river-edge of the Tiber.HistoryThe origins of this church are related to Franciscan convent existing in the Trastevere quarter of Rome since the 12th centuries. This had an annexed 1231 church dedicated to Saint Blaise (San Biagio). This church was decorated with the (now lost) St Francis cycle by Pietro Cavallini. This cycle probably served as prototype for the famous Legend of St Francis frescoes, ascribed to Giotto di Bondone, in the Upper Basilica of St Francis in Assisi. The construction of the present church was begun in 1603 by Onorio Longhi, starting from the apse. The facade was finished in 1681-1701 with design by Mattia de Rossi. From 1873 to 1943 the church was used as barracks by the Bersaglieri.

Celio - Roma
Distance: 1.2 mi Tourist Information
Viale di Parco del Celio
Rome, 00184

Circo Massimo
Distance: 1.0 mi Tourist Information
Via del Circo Massimo
Rome, 00153

Circus Maximus
Distance: 1.0 mi Tourist Information
Via del Circo Massimo
Rome, 00153

The Circus Maximus is an ancient Roman chariot racing stadium and mass entertainment venue located in Rome, Italy. Situated in the valley between the Aventine and Palatine hills, it was the first and largest stadium in ancient Rome and its later Empire. It measured 621 m in length and 118 m in width and could accommodate over 150,000 spectators. In its fully developed form, it became the model for circuses throughout the Roman Empire. The site is now a public park.Events and usesThe Circus was Rome's largest venue for ludi, public games connected to Roman religious festivals. Ludi were sponsored by leading Romans or the Roman state for the benefit of the Roman people (populus Romanus) and gods. Most were held annually or at annual intervals on the Roman calendar. Others might be given to fulfill a religious vow, such as the games in celebration of a triumph. The earliest known triumph ludi at the Circus were vowed by Tarquin the Proud to Jupiter in the late Regal era for his victory over Pometia.

Circus Maximus
Distance: 1.0 mi Tourist Information
Via del Circo Massimo
Rome, 00153

The Circus Maximus is an ancient Roman chariot racing stadium and mass entertainment venue located in Rome, Italy. Situated in the valley between the Aventine and Palatine hills, it was the first and largest stadium in ancient Rome and its later Empire. It measured 621 m in length and 118 m in width and could accommodate over 150,000 spectators. In its fully developed form, it became the model for circuses throughout the Roman Empire. The site is now a public park.Events and usesThe Circus was Rome's largest venue for ludi, public games connected to Roman religious festivals. Ludi were sponsored by leading Romans or the Roman state for the benefit of the Roman people (populus Romanus) and gods. Most were held annually or at annual intervals on the Roman calendar. Others might be given to fulfill a religious vow, such as the games in celebration of a triumph. The earliest known triumph ludi at the Circus were vowed by Tarquin the Proud to Jupiter in the late Regal era for his victory over Pometia.

Circus Maximus
Distance: 1.0 mi Tourist Information
Via del Circo Massimo
Rome, 00153

Il Circo Massimo è un antico circo romano, dedicato alle corse di cavalli, costruito a Roma. Situato nella valle tra il Palatino e l'Aventino, è ricordato come sede di giochi sin dagli inizi della storia della città: nella valle sarebbe avvenuto il mitico episodio del ratto delle Sabine, in occasione dei giochi indetti da Romolo in onore del dio Consus. Di certo l'ampio spazio pianeggiante e la sua prossimità all'approdo del Tevere dove dall'antichità più remota si svolgevano gli scambi commerciali, fecero sì che il luogo costituisse fin dalla fondazione della città lo spazio elettivo in cui condurre attività di mercato e di scambi con altre popolazioni, e – di conseguenza – anche le connesse attività rituali (si pensi all'Ara massima di Ercole) e di socializzazione, come giochi e gare.Con i suoi 600 metri di lunghezza e 140 di larghezza, è considerata la più grande struttura per spettacoli costruita dall'uomo.StoriaLe prime installazioni in legno, probabilmente in gran parte mobili, risalirebbero all'epoca di Tarquinio Prisco, nella prima metà del VI secolo a.C. La costruzione di primi impianti stabili risalirebbe al 329 a.C., quando furono edificati i primi carceres. Le prime strutture in muratura, soprattutto legate alle attrezzature per le gare, si ebbero probabilmente solo nel II secolo a.C. e fu Gaio Giulio Cesare a costruire i primi sedili in muratura e a dare la forma definitiva all'edificio, a partire dal 46 a.C.

Circus Maximus
Distance: 1.0 mi Tourist Information
Via del Circo Massimo
Rome, 00153

Il Circo Massimo è un antico circo romano, dedicato alle corse di cavalli, costruito a Roma. Situato nella valle tra il Palatino e l'Aventino, è ricordato come sede di giochi sin dagli inizi della storia della città: nella valle sarebbe avvenuto il mitico episodio del ratto delle Sabine, in occasione dei giochi indetti da Romolo in onore del dio Consus. Di certo l'ampio spazio pianeggiante e la sua prossimità all'approdo del Tevere dove dall'antichità più remota si svolgevano gli scambi commerciali, fecero sì che il luogo costituisse fin dalla fondazione della città lo spazio elettivo in cui condurre attività di mercato e di scambi con altre popolazioni, e – di conseguenza – anche le connesse attività rituali (si pensi all'Ara massima di Ercole) e di socializzazione, come giochi e gare.Con i suoi 600 metri di lunghezza e 140 di larghezza, è considerata la più grande struttura per spettacoli costruita dall'uomo.StoriaLe prime installazioni in legno, probabilmente in gran parte mobili, risalirebbero all'epoca di Tarquinio Prisco, nella prima metà del VI secolo a.C. La costruzione di primi impianti stabili risalirebbe al 329 a.C., quando furono edificati i primi carceres. Le prime strutture in muratura, soprattutto legate alle attrezzature per le gare, si ebbero probabilmente solo nel II secolo a.C. e fu Gaio Giulio Cesare a costruire i primi sedili in muratura e a dare la forma definitiva all'edificio, a partire dal 46 a.C.

Trastevere, Rome
Distance: 0.8 mi Tourist Information
Viale di Trastevere
Rome, 00153

Les Vignerons - Enoteca Naturale
Distance: 0.8 mi Tourist Information
Via Goffredo Mameli 61/62
Rome, 00153

+39 0664771439

Enoteca - Beershop Vini naturali e tradizionali di piccoli vignaioli- birre artigianali italiane, europee, americane - prodotti gastronomici di qualità di artigiani-distillati Scopo del locale: Il progetto dell'enoteca Les Vignerons è di selezionare i prodotti di qualità dei piccoli artigiani (cantine semisconosciute, microbirrifici, aziende a conduzione familiare). Il nostro scopo è di far capire al fruitore che un altro mercato è possibile, che la qualità non la si trova solo nei grandi e soliti nomi. Vogliamo far riscoprire alle persone i sapori di una volta, quelli naturali e semplici,senza chimica ed eccessiva maniplazione. Il nostro intento è anche quello di dare la possibilità a piccoli produttori talentuosi di farsi conoscere anche fuori dal proprio territorio, cosa finora impossibile senza sottostare alle regole della grande distribuzione che chiede grandi numeri e prezzi troppo bassi, senza curarsi della qualità. Vogliamo far conoscere all'appassionato piccole realtà difficili da reperire, prodotti di qualità.. Soprattutto soddisfare il cliente con la genuinità di cose ormai dimenticate e portarlo attraverso i nostri prodotti a scoprire un diverso modo di intendere l'eno-gastronomia. via di Acqua Bullicante 119, 00183 Roma tel. 0664771439 e-mail: [email protected]

LA MIAO
Distance: 0.8 mi Tourist Information
via San Francesco a Ripa, 57
Rome, 00153

Santa Maria dell'Orto
Distance: 0.8 mi Tourist Information
Via Anicia
Rome, 00153

Santa Maria dell'Orto is a Roman Catholic church in the Rione of Trastevere in Rome (Italy). It is the national church of Japan in Rome.HistoryThe church rises in the middle of the area that, since about 508 BC, was called Prata Mutia . This refers to the plot of land where the Etruscan king Porsena had set his encampment, and that later the Roman Senate donated to Mucius Scaevola as a sign of gratitude of Rome for his heroic act. The origins of the church are associated to a miracle, that is supposed to have happened circa 1488. A sick farmer, afflicted with a serious palsy according to oral history, was healed after praying a picture of the Virgin Mary painted close to the entrance to his own market garden. The event led to popular worship for the picture, and subsequently a small votive chapel was erected, soon followed by a greater church, funded by 12 professional associations . In 1492 Pope Alexander VI allowed the establishment of a confraternity and in 1588 Pope Sixtus V declared it "Archconfraternity" and bestowed on it the rare privilege to ask once a year – during the titular feast – the pardon of a man condemned to death. During the 1825 Jubilee, as attested by Gaetano Moroni in his Dictionary of historic-ecclesiastical erudition, it was eventually honored with the title of Venerable.

Santa Cecilia in Trastevere
Distance: 0.7 mi Tourist Information
22 Piazza di Santa Cecilia
Rome, 00153

Santa Cecilia in Trastevere is a 5th-century church in Rome, Italy, in the Trastevere rione, devoted to the Roman martyr Saint Cecilia.

Basilica di Sant'Anastasia al Palatino
Distance: 0.9 mi Tourist Information
Piazza S. Anastasia 1
Rome, 00186

Sant'Anastasia is a basilica and titular church in for cardinal-priests in Rome, Italy.BasilicaSant'Anastasia was built in the late 3rd century - early 4th century, possibly by a Roman woman named Anastasia. The church is listed under the titulus Anastasiae in the acts of the 499 synod. Later the church was entitled to the martyr with the same name, Anastasia of Sirmium.The church was restored several times: Pope Damasus I (366-383), Pope Hilarius (461-468), Pope John VII (705-707), Pope Leo III (795-816), and Pope Gregory IV (827-844). The current church dates back to the 17th century restoration commissioned by Pope Urban VII.Traditionally, the church is connected to the cult of St Jerome, who possibly celebrated mass here. The saint is depicted over the altar, by Domenichino.Art and architectureThe last restoration, after the restoration during the papacy of Sixtus IV, occurred in 1636, when the facade, with lower doric and upper ionic order, was reconstructed in 1636, after the cyclone of 1634. The nave recycles antique columns. The ceiling is frescoed with a martyrdom of the saints (1722) by Michelangelo Cerruti.

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Ristorante Da Oio Di Starace L
Distance: 1.4 mi Tourist Information
Via Galvani 43
Rome, Italy 00153

065782680

Ristorante Da Bruno Ai Quattro Venti
Distance: 1.6 mi Tourist Information
Via dei quattro venti 172/a
Rome, Italy 00152

La Torricella-Ristorante di Pesce
Distance: 1.4 mi Tourist Information
Via Evangelista Torricelli, 2/12
Rome, Italy 00153

065746311

Ipsia Edmondo De Amicis
Distance: 1.4 mi Tourist Information
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Rome, Italy

Unopercento
Distance: 1.4 mi Tourist Information
Via Ginori 9
Rome, Italy 00153

065754158

Volpetti Piu
Distance: 1.4 mi Tourist Information
VIA ALESSANDRO VOLTA
Rome, Italy

Roma Beer Company
Distance: 1.4 mi Tourist Information
Via della Piramide Cestia 45/51
Rome, Italy 00153

065746224

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Via Alessandro Volta 58
Rome, Italy 00153

065755173

Ristocampo Piramide
Distance: 1.4 mi Tourist Information
Viale della Piramide Cestia 45-51
Rome, Italy 00153

06-6401-1189

Camera 39
Distance: 1.4 mi Tourist Information
Via Aldo Manuzio 66
Rome, Italy 00153

+390652272507

E' uno spazio di circa 20 mq nel Nuovo Mercato di Testaccio nel quale passeranno e si trasformeranno oggetti vecchi e nuovi. Da Berlino,Parigi, Amburgo arrivano oggetti di vario genere che messi insieme trasformano l'ambiente in cui si trovano.

Beboop Fashion Girl Abbigliamento Accessori - Moda E Accessori
Distance: 1.4 mi Tourist Information
VIA GINORI 59
Rome, Italy 00153

Gallucci Luigi Elettrauto - Auto, Moto E Accessori
Distance: 1.4 mi Tourist Information
VIA GALVINI 31
Rome, Italy 00153

Stailfab
Distance: 1.4 mi Tourist Information
Via di Santa Cornelia 5A - Zona Industriale Formello
Rome, Italy 00060

0693570468

Stailfab è un’agenzia pubblicitaria che sa come va il mondo. Del web, ma anche della stampa e dei canali digitali, su cui lavora in modo del tutto non convenzionale. Nasce dal fortunato incontro tra grandi professionisti della comunicazione e della consulenza manageriale che negli anni hanno intagliato un laboratorio creativo tutto curve, una per ogni cliente che torna a casa col sorriso. Appassionata eppure concreta, sa come navigare per scoprire nuovi mondi. È puro stile e puro design. E ha un vizio che non riesce a togliersi: esaudire desideri.

Minipassi
Distance: 1.4 mi Tourist Information
Via Mastro Giorgio 37/a (Testaccio)
Rome, Italy 00153

+39 06 88932742

Barbiere cesarino"
Distance: 1.4 mi Tourist Information
via duca degli abruzzi 124
Ladispoli, Italy 00055

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A Casa a Testaccio
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Via Volta 45
Rome, Italy 00153

Longoni Cristiano
Distance: 1.4 mi Tourist Information
Via Galvani 25
Rome, Italy 00153

065757264

Sos Termoidraulica
Distance: 1.4 mi Tourist Information
Via Alessandro Volta 39G
Rome, Italy 00153

329/4399609 ; 333/4486336

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Bird Travel Agency
Distance: 1.4 mi Tourist Information
Via Galvani 19
Rome, Italy 00153

065745316

Viale Della Piramide Cestia
Distance: 1.4 mi Tourist Information
Viale della Piramide Cestia
Rome, Italy 00153