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Gianicolo (Janiculum Hill)

  • Via Servilia 43 Map It
  • Trastevere
  • Park (National/State/Provincial)

Published 06/20/2007

Fodor's Review

The Gianicolo is famous for its peaceful and pastel panoramic views of the city, a noontime cannon shot, and a monument dedicated to Giuseppe and Anita Garibaldi (the guiding spirit behind the unification of Italy in the 19th century, and his long-suffering wife). The view from the terrace, with the foothills of the Appennini in the background, is especially breathtaking at dusk. It's also a great view for dome-spotting, from the Pantheon to the myriad city churches.

Sight Information

Address:

Via Servilia 43, Rome, Latium, 00118, Italy

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Published 06/20/2007

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