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La Porta Magica o Alchemica, Rome

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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 »
  • In a dirty park the door is a nice image in a corner. If you pass by it is nice to see it and think about the symbols around it , but it doesn't worth to go and look for it  more »
  • Another example of the surfeit of Rome. Anywhere else it would be a major attraction. There is a door that is part of a legend about a villa owner who employed an alchemist. Interesting photo op in Pi...  more »
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  • This place has a real nice history, but unfortunately there is a big fence around the gate and some other archaeological remains, so you can only see the gate from the side. Its right next to the metro, so if you're in the area, you might as well have a look at it.
  • Perhaps the gates could be unlocked and the cats removed to afford everyone access. The garden is not the safest of sites in Rome. Be sensible.
  • So cute... perfect place for cat-lovers
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