Breakfast&B Rome Historical City Center is on the List of World Heritage of Humanity UNESCO together with the Vatican. The monuments date back to the Renaissance and the Baroque style. Among the most important monuments we find the following: the Church Jesus, Largo di Torre Argentina, Sant’ Andrea della Valle, Field of Flowers, the Pantheon, Piazza Navona, Altemps, Mausoleom des Augustus and Ara Pacis Ugustae.
Breakfast&B Rome Historical City Center in the area where it is built the church of the Jesuit order. Building commissioned by Alessandro Farnese in 1568. is very significant for its style to the point of being imitated in other countries Jesuits. Gold in the Church, and other types of jewelry are symbols of wealth or what it's like life in heaven, and had to wonder believers. The ceiling of the church has a painting in the center that represents the name of Jesus trinfo.
Breakfast&B Rome Historical City Center where Largo di Torre Silver. The name of Largo di Torre Silver comes from the Torre Argentina, so called by Johannes Burckhardt aus Straßburg which was, in the sixteenth century, who was a master of ceremonies of Pope Alexander VI and other 4 papi. In 1926 archaeological remains were found in a neighborhood where there was a Roman Forum.
Breakfast&B Rome Historical City Center is an important church Sant'Andrea della Valle, designed between 1590 and the 1650 façade, baroque, consists of travertine. It is the second most important church after the Church of St. Andrew. The Campo dei Fiori in zone B&B Rome Historical City Center, the most famous market of Rome. It is open from Monday to Tuesday and not only flowers but also sell fresh food items and souvenirs for tourists. In the east there is the theater of Pompey dating back to 61 before Christ. In the past he was in Piazza Navona, in 1869, the market has been moved.
Breakfast&B Rome Historical City Center we can find the Pantheon, consists primarily of a cylinder in which is supported a hemisphere. It was built as a temple dedicated to the deities of Olympus, Iga dome has a diameter of 43 meters. Pope Boniface IV gave the name meaning of the Pantheon “all saints”, and did bring 28 chariots of human ashes from the Catacombs to the Pantheon; and consecrated this place to Mary and all the martyrs. This is the Church of Sancta Maria ad Martyres, celebrated on 1 November.
Piazza Navona is a square located in the vicinity of B&B Rome Historical City Center, where there is a beautiful fountain called the Fountain of the Four Rivers. This square has the shape of a path to the horse races, and was the emperor Domitian to order its construction. The name of this square derives from the greek name “agon” which means fighting, race. In the Middle Ages the houses around the square were regarded as the enclosure of the path, the plan of the square has remained the same over time for this reason.