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Quartiere Europa

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Lisette M wrote a review Jan 2016
58 contributions17 helpful votes
This area is amazing. We are not architects but appreciate something different and timeless. This area with its clean clines, marble and modern interpretations of the coliseum, pantheon and Trajan's market was a perfect way to spend a few hours on our sixth visit to Rome without a car. We took a Vintage Fiat 500 tour to this district as it was suggested by our guide on a previous tour. The buildings are incredible considering their age and the time at which they were built. Then you can consider the social turmoil of the time and it is even more amazing. This is not a bad legacy of Mussolini it is a remarkable one. It is an easy train trip from the Pyramid area. Go when there is a blue sky if you can, the marble contrasts beautifully.
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Date of experience: January 2016
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SEs wrote a review Jul 2015
London, United Kingdom23,588 contributions1,263 helpful votes
This town is just out of the Rome city center.I went here because my hotel is located here. This is another small town nothing special except the buildings look a bit new.
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Date of experience: July 2015
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Benson149 wrote a review Nov 2014
Rome, Italy103 contributions58 helpful votes
The part of Rome least visited by tourists is the Esposizione Universale Roma (EUR), an astonishing area of broad streets, grassy areas, sculptures, a lake and huge modern buildings - all fascinating examples of Fascist architecture. Work began in 1936 when Italy was selected to host the 1941 World Exhibition that did not take place because of the Second World War. The buildings include the Palazzo della Civiltà del Lavoro (built 1938-1943), Palazzo degli Uffici dell'Ente Autonomo (1937-39) and the Piazza Marconi t (1939-1942). In 1951, work began again, largely due to Rome being selected as the location of the 1960 Olympic Games.The Palazzo dello Sport was built between1958 and 1960. There are also several important museums (that are rarely visited by tourists), including the Museo della Civiltà Romana which includes a model reconstruction of Rome in the fourth century. There is also an impressive domed church (built between 1935 and 1955), dedicated to St. Peter and St. Paul. The area is now the headquarters of many companies and government bodies.There are also a few bars and restaurants. Obviously, the area is very different from the rest of Rome but, if you have the time, it's well worth a visit even if only to contract the old and the new.
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Date of experience: November 2014
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