Cimitero Acattolico per gli Stranieri
Piramide di Caio Cestio
Sticking out like, well, an Egyptian pyramid, this distinctive landmark looms over a busy traffic junction near Piramide metro station....
In the heart of the eponymous neighbourhood, Monte Testaccio, aka Monte dei Cocci, is an artificial grass-covered hill made of smashed...
ex Caserma dell’Aeronautica
Bolognese artist Blu painted this former military warehouse in a rainbow of sinister faces, incorporating the building's 48 arched...
With an under-the-stars terrace and cool, arched interior, ConteStaccio is one of the top venues on the Testaccio clubbing strip. It's...
Flavio al Velavevodetto
Housed in a rustic Pompeian-red villa, this welcoming eatery specialises in earthy, no-nonsense cucina romana (Roman cuisine). Expect...
Via Caio Cestio 5 · interesting places nearby
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Despite the roads that surround it, Rome’s 'non-Catholic' Cemetery is a verdant oasis of peace. An air of Grand Tour romance hangs over the site where up 4000 people lie buried, including poets Keats and Shelley, and Italian political thinker Antonio Gramsci.
Among the gravestones and cypress trees look out for the Angelo del Dolore (Angel of Grief), a much-replicated 1894 sculpture that US artist William Wetmore Story created for his wife's grave.