APARTMENT ROME - COLOSSEO - Via Bucimazza - #1089bRomeComfortable and charming apartment set walking distance from major city sites such as the Coliseum, Roman Forum, the Tiber river, Circo Massimo, Piazza Venezia, near transports that will allow you to reach the other parts of Rome, near shops and restaurants:35m2 studio apartment on 2 levels set on the ground floor is compose of :LIVING ROOMWith sofa, coffee table, armchair, cupboards, stairs leading to the bedroom, AC, window facing inner courtyard, kitchen corner;KITCHEN CORNEROpened on the living room, fully equipped with gas stove, fridge, dishwasher, table and chairs, coffee maker, cupboards and utensils;BEDROOMOn loft, with king size bed, bedside tables, desk and chair, wardrobe, TV, dvd player, AC, small window on inner courtyard, ensuite bathroom;BATHROOMEnsuite in the bedroom, with bathtub, washbasin, bidet, towels, wc, hair dryer;Independent heating, AC, TV, dvd player, dishwasher, internet WiFi, ground floor, courtyard.PLEASE NOTE : There is a tax of two euros per person up to 10 days of stay except for children under 10 years
Elegante appartamento inserito in un vecchio convento del 1500, incantevole e silenziosissimo.The current Ripa district comes from a municipal resolution of 1921 , with the ' loss ' of Testaccio and San Saba . In the Middle Ages it was called " Royal Ripe et marmorate " the second name was due to the fact that in the small port under the Aventine ( Ripa) , in imperial times , came to Rome from raw blocks of marble ( " marmora ") which were then crammed into a store called " Emporium " (from which today's Emporium square ) . The coat of arms is a rudder of the ship, in reference to the ancient harbor. There are three areas that characterize it : the Aventine Hill, the Tiber Island and the valley Murcia. It was at the latter place that began the history of Rome : the legend puts the Velabrum ( Arch of Janus ), once covered with stagnant water , in a small natural harbor, the harbor of Evander, the progenitor of the race . And always there on the placid marsh , the pastor Faustulus saw floating in the basket with the two babies twins , which gave the names of Romulus and Remus. But the valley is also remembered for the imposing presence of the Circus Maximus , where chariot races were held and horses , sport introduced by the Etruscan Tarquini . At first, the circus, almost half a kilometer long , was made of wood and ' carceres ' - the starting stalls of chariot - they were on the side of the building occupied by the former pasta factory Pantanella , now home to the municipal offices ( Electoral Commerce ... ) . The circus was rebuilt in stone around the second century BC and in 10 B.C. Augustus planted the obelisk is now in Piazza del Popolo. At that time it was described as one of the seven wonders of the world , capable of holding 150,000 spectators ( the Olympic stadium holds about half ) . It suffered a fire and rebuilt in 549 and took place the last few races , when its capacity had reached over 300 thousand spectators. In the eighteenth century , the huge esplanade of the circus, worked the guillotine .You can not leave Ripa without the ritual visit to the mask of the Mouth of Truth , under the portico of Santa Maria in retained . The tradition is universally known , and woe to the liars, where the large face ( former Roman sewer manhole ) cut his hand with a bite . E ' on the Tiberina island , there at your doorstep , the district expresses two vocations particular , the marinara and the hospital . A beautiful legend about the origins of the island tells of an epidemic broke out in Rome and a ship sailing towards Epidaurus , a city sacred to Aesculapius , the god of medicine : the ship had embarked a committee of scholars to ask for help to the Roman deity . While you were doing the rites for the trip, a huge snake ( terrestrial semblance of God) out of the temple and goes into hiding on the ship. When this reaches the vicinity of the island on the Tiber , the serpent dives and goes into hiding in the vegetation of that strip of land in the middle of the river. And ' the sign of predilection of Aesculapius to the island as a place consecrated to the cult. Now the island turns into a large vessel of marble: the mast , as if to seal the birth of the first ' ASL ' that memory recall, was a tall obelisk . And here you go from history to legend , the temple dedicated to Aesculapius actually , where now stands the church of St. Bartholomew , became a large hospital : There was administered to the sick, as therapy ' universal ' , the water comes from a local well , believed to be miraculous . E ' need to get a thousand a year to find the first awareness of the fact that water ' healthy ' was actually rotten and killed the inmates . The well was closed as well . In 1575 was founded the hospital Fatebenefratelli by the friars of St. John of God Hospital In its long history , the hospital is also remembered for the large number of people who died during the plague of the second half of 600. Among the celebrities of the hospital, such a friar Orsenigo with fame as a miracle worker , who in the late nineteenth teeth pulled out thousands of the poor. Did not ask for compensation and had very light hand . Last stop Ripense , the complex of St. Michael on the right bank of the Tiber. Huge building , with a frontage of 334 meters, intended to juvenile prison (even with the task of re-education and support) , then hosted a women's prison . For several decades, is used in the restored buildings for exhibitions and conferences. The palace, which is exactly half of the Louvre , covers five acres and is among the largest in Europe .
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- Air conditioning
- Washing machine