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Foro Italico, Rome
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  • The Foro Italico is the accumulation of a sports complex located at the base of Monte Mario, with lots of greenery around and near to facilities used by athletes, athletes and fans. One of the most popular sport is tennis, especially during the international of Italy, which constitute the most significant, sometimes with the presence of the most famous players in the world. The environment where they are played is nice for both dining opportunities, both for the nature that one can find, both for tennis courts, especially for some hosting the games best. The field that I like the most is the Central, attended by a large number of fans. I attended the environment by preadolescent; I was writing, I think, to the FIT and 1 or 2 times a week I went to the Foro Italico and the teachers made us play and they taught us. Among the characters that memory passed down memory Feurra you had to have a constant presence in the environment although I don't recall the specific role. I went back decades after several times to review where I was spending the time, I asked of this but had been dead for a few years, I ate something and I thought back to when I took tennis lessons with other peers for a time that I couldn't quantify. Nice place, nice environment; now as then followed the internationals. Then wondered autographs and if I remember correctly it was the Australia to govern the quality of athletes (but I have in mind only the autograph of Roy Emerson and Tony Roche).
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  • I often find myself in Rome and in particular at the foro italico. The place is beautiful. Architecture, green, relax. The stadio dei marmi is beautiful. Unique. The grounds are sadly sloppy but still pleasant. I had lunch several times at the restaurant terrace of the tennis club. Very nice room and good food. In short, a nice and relaxing interlude between meetings.
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  • Il complesso del Foro Italico is a haven of tranquility (when there are no matches or concerts). The stadio dei Marmi is an architectural wonder .... too bad the turf is completely destroyed and the whole area around both scarred by gates to the stadium and a general neglect of the flower beds
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  • Home of the football Olympic Stadium, the Italian Olympic Committee. In my pictures the "Stadio dei Marmi"
  • Beautiful place. It's like going back in time :)
  • my two favorite things combined... tennis and Italy!!!! it doesn't get any better than this
  • Beatiful historical ... Sport atmosphere
  • Great place