Osservatorio Astronomico di INAF Rome Astronomical Observatory, Monte Porzio Catone
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Osservatorio Astronomico di INAF Rome Astronomical Observatory is located in Monte Porzio Catone. For travelers who use our custom trip planner, Monte Porzio Catone holidays become easier to arrange, with trips to the Osservatorio Astronomico di INAF Rome Astronomical Observatory and other attractions mapped out and timetabled.
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  • I took the tour of astronomical Park November 25 with a friend of mine. We waited this evening with anxiety and trepidation, but unfortunately at the end were not enthusiastic at all left. We are faced with a middle school lesson, with a guide who spoke to us of the formation of stars, planets description ... and so on (and, if I may point out, it wasn't even so much prepared). For more than two hours. Pretty boring. I'm not saying that these initiatives should not be done, but I guess it is explicitly stated that direct situations children, who will learn much from this, but not college kids or larger, which is a real mattonata.
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  • If you go to the osservatorio, you will get a unique view all over Rome. You will be able to see most of the famous monuments of the city including the Colosseum. For sure, a nice spot for photos. You...  more »
  • The place and to forget. We waited with trepidation for weeks on a visit to the Observatory. We expected to see us as in the films screened using new technologies in real space. You can raise your head and navigate between galaxies. Instead we touched a lesson in science for 2hrs and 30, between machines from elementary school made with rolls of toilet paper and prisms toys. Eventually a supposed look at Jupiter through a telescope, take turns in the Group of 25 people. 2 minutes of observation of a white ball to head without seeing anything. Other than Jupiter! And the sky was spot on!
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