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Altare Della Patria, Rome

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  • a great place for those who want to see in one place many attractions within walking distance, as it is not trite to Rome (he himself a solid attraction) for 5-10 minutes you can walk to many beautiful places
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  • A must see for those interested in history of Italy (especially the Risorgimento). The Museum of the Risorgimento is very nice (unfortunately much smaller than a few years ago) and the shrine of flags (which leads to the tomb of the unknown soldier) is temporarily closed. There should be more guardians to prevent many ignorant people get to be indexed before the tomb of the unknown soldier.
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  • I was in Rome a few days ago for the first time this is one of the most extraordinary is beautiful I have ever seen, it goes without saying that there are a lot of tourists
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  • Great panoramic views of Rome from the top. Massive white monument that you cannot miss it. It is gated and there is a security guard at the gate. So no pesky hawkers. You can actually enjoy the monument in peace and appreciate the massiveness of the entire building.
  • Some great views to be had if you go up to the top via the glass lift, but be prepared to pay 7euros for the pleasure. Otherwise some nice views can be had from lower down. We went at night which had it's bonuses of seeing some things lit up. Although not everything.
  • Free entrance and beautiful views from the balcony. You will need to pay extra to go to the very top. But I got some nice pictures from the balcony so didn't bother with that. This was a short walk from the coliseum, convenient place to visit afterwards. There was also a lovely fountain at the side of this building.
  • high point - you can admire from there all Roman Forum. We had audio tour app on the phone and we got info about everything we saw around. really useful
  • There is nothing really there! The building is essentially empty. Great view from the terrace/balcony but if you want to get to the very top, you must take the elevator which costs 7€ - no option with stairs, and we passed on waiting in the enormous line to the lift. That said, the entrance to the building itself is free, so you've got nothing to lose