“Eternal city”, the capital of the greatest empire of the past, cradle of Catholicism and pontificate – Rome is as controversial as ancient. Artifacts of different times and cultures fused together combining into its multifarious and wonderful architectural image. “The seven hill city” is impossible to entirely see during one visit, but it surely worth visiting at least once. Ancient ruins, that witnessed the golden age and decline of the Roman Empire, the spiritual center of Europe – Vatican, endless architectural masterpieces of all ages and a unique spirit of Italian capital – that is what make millions of tourists all over the world get back to Rome again and again.
The Coliseum is defensibly translated as “enormous”. It’s a unique monument of ancient Roman architecture and culture designed for sanguinary battles of gladiators. Its image has become the symbol of Rome and Italy, which nowadays represents world culture. Its archways and enfilades make tourists amaze grand ambitions of ancient builders and elegance of the giant on the whole.
Trevi Fountain is an expressional statuary group in the center of Rome, which has become one of its symbols. Every day thousands of tourists admire its splendor, flecks of sunlight in clean water and coins down below. Coins of all countries and continents symbolize our love to Rome and desire to come back again and again. Neptune, cresting the Fountain, sharply observes urban life, graciously accepting overall admiration.