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Who was the real Cleopatra?

A new exhibition brings 180 pieces from around the world together in Rome in an effort to contextualise the reign of history's most famous queen.
Read more… 28 October 2013


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See the story behind Italy’s stolen treasures

Until 5 November, a Rome exhibition displays pieces looted and stolen from Italy, and celebrates those who returned some of the art world’s most contentious antiquities.
Read more… 19 June 2013


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In Rome, see how the other half lives

This weekend, some 170 private palaces, academies, homes and other buildings will open their doors to visitors.
Read more… 03 May 2013


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Venice’s most famous painter comes to Rome

Until 16 June, the most anticipated art exhibition of the year will display 39 of Titian’s best works in the city’s Scuderie del Quirinale.
Read more… 07 March 2013


Rome's urban gems

From iconic basilicas to gardens with a past, Italy’s capital city has provided a stunning backdrop for thousands of years’ worth of history.
30 January 2013


The classic wonders of Rome

Discover the hidden histories of the Eternal City’s extraordinary monuments, from millennia-old ruins to glorious cathedrals and Renaissance masterpieces.
Read more… 30 January 2013


The Passport blog

A new perch with views of Rome

Rome’s latest monument, the Big Bambu – a 33m-high structure that resembles a bird’s nest – is both an art exhibition and a place to recline and hide away.
Read more… 11 December 2012


Rome’s new architectural renaissance

A mass of contemporary projects are infusing the city with a charming juxtaposition of old and new, and drawing travellers beyond the ancient city walls.
Read more… 20 November 2012


Explore Italy’s art masterpieces

Take a leisurely trip from Padua to Florence and onto Rome and Pompeii to explore Italy’s rich variety of historical art.
Read more… 17 April 2012


The dark side of Rome

Rome has some eccentric hot spots–from macabre rooms lined with bones to the massive burial grounds along Appian Way.
Read more… 03 August 2010


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