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La Porta Magica o Alchemica, Rome

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  • Esoteric level is the most important monument in all of Italy. Sin is held in an obscene, at the mercy of vagrants and drifters. Shame! The vote is for the monument itself.
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  • The "magic door" and magically appears more degradation. To see only during the day because the night do not recommend it. Typical example of nearby monuments as valued. Too bad.
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  • There's not really anything to see here - it's just a locked door. Very little information is provided about it.  more »
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  • What a pity, is always closed! One of the biggest squares in Rome in disarray and one of the most fascinating monuments enclosed by a lattice. The rides would be improved dramatically.
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  • This door barely visible, surrounded by 2 statues in the shape of the monstrous semiumana silhouette reminiscent of Egyptian God Bes to keepers, buried in the thick vegetation overlooked the gardens of p.zza Vittorio on Esquilino district, is what little remains of the Villa of the marchese Palombara, aspiring 17th-century alchemist. Protected by a gate that preserves it from neglect and degradation (only open during tours), the door can be seen laterally beneath the Trofei di Mario, on the side of the square corner with v. Mamiani, height tram stop.
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  • One of the most fascinating stories of esquilino, sin is roped off because of degradation
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