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The Campidoglio
Spectacularly transformed by Michelangelo's late-Renaissance designs...
Squares Campidoglio
 
Campo de' Fiori
A bustling marketplace in the morning (Mon.–Sat. 8 am–1 pm) and...
Squares Campo
 
Cappella Sistina
In 1508, the redoubtable Pope Julius II commissioned Michelangelo...
Religious Sites The Vatican
 
Capuchin Crypt
Not for the easily spooked, the crypt under the Church of Santa...
Religious Sites Quirinale
 
Carcere Mamertino
The Mamertino has two subterranean cells where Rome's enemies...
Historic Districts / Sites Campidoglio
 
Casa di Augustus
First discovered in the 1970s and only opened in 2006, this was...
Houses / Mansions Palatine Hill
 
Casa di Livia
First excavated in 1839, this house was identifiable from the...
Houses / Mansions Palatine Hill
 
Case Romane del Celio
Formerly accessible only through the church of San Giovanni e...
Archaeological Sites Celio
 
Castel Sant'Angelo
Standing between the Tiber and the Vatican, this circular and...
Castles / Palaces The Vatican
 
Catacombe di San Callisto
Burial place of many popes of the 3rd century, this is the oldest...
Cemeteries The Catacombs and Via Appia Antica
 
Catacombe di San Sebastiano
The 4th-century church was named after the saint who was buried...
Cemeteries The Catacombs and Via Appia Antica
 
Centrale Montemartini
After visiting Rome's many old, art-cluttered palaces, the Centrale...
Museums / Galleries Aventino
 
Cimitero degli Inglesi
Reminiscent of a country churchyard, this famed cemetery was...
Cemeteries Testaccio
 
Cinecittà Studios
Film lovers will want to make the trip out to Cinecittà Studios...
Film / TV Studios The Catacombs and Via Appia Antica
 
Circo di Massenzio
Of the Circus of Maxentius, built in AD 309, remain the towers...
Archaeological Sites The Catacombs and Via Appia Antica
 
Circo Massimo
From the belvedere of the Domus Flavia, you can see the Circus...
Archaeological Sites Palatine Hill
 
Colonna di Foca
The last monument to be added to the Forum was erected in AD...
Memorials / Monuments Roman Forum
 
Colonna di Marco Aurelio
Inspired by Trajan's Column, this 2nd-century AD column is composed...
Memorials / Monuments Corso and Spagna
 
Colonna di Traiano
The remarkable series of reliefs spiraling up this column celebrate...
Memorials / Monuments Imperial Forums
 
The Colosseum
The most spectacular extant edifice of ancient Rome, the Colosseo...
Archaeological Sites Colosseum and Environs
 
Comitium
The open space in front of the Curia was the political hub of...
Archaeological Sites Roman Forum
 
Crypta Balbi
The fourth component of the magnificent collections of the Museo...
Museums / Galleries Ghetto
 
Curia
This large brick structure next to the Arch of Septimius Severus...
Archaeological Sites Roman Forum
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