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The Esquiline District

The Esquiline Rione of Rome is not solely a district of the most historic and important of the capital, but also one of the famous 7 hills.
The story that emerges strolling through the streets of this incredible neighborhood is so much, perhaps too much, in relation to the very bad conditions it is kept!
Reviews that we leave to the adolescents, but certainly the Equiline represents a big part of the History of Rome and a series of cultures that have been in it over the centuries.
The structure of the neighborhood is similar to that of a large irregular square, with a series of monuments and sites of fundamental importance to all the Romans.
So our Indian Restaurant is located in a historical reality dense with curiosities and attractions not only for Tourists.

The Termini Station

The name is deliberately inspired by the Baths of Diocletian, and was introduced already in those years when Italy was being reunited.
The first attempts to build the station are to be located just beyond 1850. After some breaks in the project due to the various situations of war for the unity of Italy.
It was in 1939 that he arrived at the final project, thanks to Angiolo Mazzoni, who reformulated the state of construction until he reached them.
In essence, it was only in 1950 that the railway system was inaugurated, including the Second World War, which fatally led to the interruption of the work.

Piazza Vittorio Emanuele II

Commonly called "Piazza Vittorio", as we have said, is the largest square in Rome, and was built with a "Piemontese" approach, it is a porch square, absolutely unique in Rome!

The Basilica of Santa Maria Maggiore

Among the Papal Basilicas is the one that stands out for maintaining its structure, if we want ancient and primordial, dating back to Christianity.

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