Designed by Bramante in 1508 as part of a big urban development program ordered by Pope Julius II, Via Giulia is one of Rome's most...
Not exactly nuova (new) as the name would suggest, this imposing landmark church, also known as the Chiesa di Santa Maria in...
Built by Borromini between 1647 and 1648, this landmark clock tower was designed to decorate the adjacent convent of San Filippo Neri.
This old-school vino e olio (wine and oil) shop has everything you could want in a neighbourhood wine bar – a colourful cast of...
Rome's favourite snack, the supplì (a fried croquette filled with rice, tomato sauce and mozzarella), gets a gourmet makeover at this...
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Museo Criminologico information
Check out Rome’s dark side at this macabre museum of crime. Housed in a 19th-century prison, its gruesome collection includes torture devices, murder weapons, fake Picassos, and the red cloak of Massimo Titta, the Papal State's official executioner who carried out 516 executions between 1796 and 1865.