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Quartiere Europa, Rome

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  • This morning the sun warms the Pincio and stick people to the balcony over Piazza del Popolo. You are fine. A granny chic asks for space on the bench beside Pinotta. Three minutes at most and about this thick. Fifty years with her husband in the vibrancy of the Esquiline and since being alone with her daughter in the Eur district. "There will also be the gentlemen," he says, "but I'd nun is Rome ... and in the morning I take the metro and I come downtown." Listen but don't think so ... it's here I try to tell you about myself. At the beginning only an abbreviation, E42. And as show, 42 as Year 1942. Then EUR, Esposizione Universale di Roma, super-event cancelled since World War II. Today "Europe", 32°, realization of an ambitious project of 1936 and the surrounding area, including the capital's City Hall in the ninth. Large plant of streets that you seek and intersect within a perfect Pentagon with beautiful and majestic buildings. An idea of Town recommended by the genius of Marcello Piacentini, such a thought turned to the sea of Ostia and the charm of the town. Excellent fusion of elements of classical Roman town planning and new technologies. White marble and travertine in memory of Imperial Rome, with the Palazzo della Civiltà Italiana, casual Coliseum square ... and today House Fendi, as a symbol. Gem architects Guerrini LaPadula and Romano, with Marconi to restoration. Then, overlooking the Lake, the superb indoor stadium of Pang and nerves, built where there was a huge arch which port of access to the whole area. And even sports facilities and parks, hotels banks offices spaces villas squares and promenades in the Sun. The big church on the Hill to the West and the Planetarium to meet the stars, LunEur (Italy's oldest amusement park, recently reopened) to delight children ... and shopping along Viale Europa, the sweetness level frosts by Claudio Torcè and dinners on suspended platforms like magic in the trees ... or a ski ride pretty much at home. A mini city that works, perhaps driven by the ambition of becoming the new Center. However, a magnificent example of how a city can multiply without having to humiliate harmony and beauty. Where the night, though, is also suspended. Youth sale behind the Fungus between Rhodesia and Uganda, discos to high and dangerous races on the boulevards. The same as any lad wanted to transform into Formula 1 circuit, the most beautiful city in the world in need of paid advertising rather than loyal daily handling capacity. Opposite Windows on life. With the ' value added ' two young friends, Luke and Concetta, who moved their nest from the area of San Giovanni in Laterano. I wrote for them. alfredodenicolais
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  • If you are from those tourists who like to discover the city from different sides, or just tired of noisy bright and close Rome, go here! You can get there by subway. Esposizione Universale Roma, built 1935-43gg. at the behest of b. Mussolini simply amazes with its geometry. The streets are deserted, only direct line, broad Street, glass and concrete. You start to feel yourself the hero of the novel by e. Zamyatina "We". And unwittingly begin to feel as if you is watching "big brother". If possible, it is best to visit in the afternoon and evening.
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  • The central State Archive is in a large building that was to house the headquarters of corporations in 1942 during the universal exhibition in Rome. The building was the work of architects Figini, De Renzi and Pollini. It stands on an eminence opposite to that where fi built the Church of Saints Peter and Paul and connected through Viale Europa, a huge and beautiful tree-lined Avenue. Behind the store, hidden from some buildings there is the cloud of Fuksas, while on the left the large buildings in continual readjustment, but never in conclusion.
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