When tourists conjure up images of Rome, the Eternal City, it is mostly the impressive city center that they are imagining. The city center coincides with the area enclosed within the Aurelian Walls, constructed in the 3rd century AD by the Emperors Aurelian and Probus. These impressive walls, with their hundreds of towers and large, imposing gates, can still be seen today. Rome has been an important city for thousands of years and the city center has been witness to the passing of a number of historical periods.
For this reason, within the city center you’ll find buildings dating to Roman, Medieval, Renaissance and Baroque times, as well as many others. You’ll find the world famous Coliseum, the Pantheon, as well as the elegant Piazza Navona and the masterpiece of the Trevi Fountain.
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