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Quartiere San Lorenzo, Rome
(2.3/5 based on 55+ reviews on the web)
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  • As many know the Listicle (the word is the fusion of lists and article) are articles in list form. Appear from time magazines like Cosmopolitan and, in my opinion, are well suited to describe San Lorenzo, a neighborhood loved or despised. Then I'll make a list of the beautiful and the ugly. First off I will say that St. Lawrence, between Termini and Tiburtina, built between 1884 and 1888, becomes then a working class neighborhood and, after the war, the railroad workers. Now is the University District and nightlife, but also cultural initiatives. I know this district and I note that at the entrance to every building there are little newsstands with delicious Madonnas. NICE LIST-monumental arch built by Augustus in the fifth century. BC and the Aurelian Walls-Casa dei bambini Montessori, open educational revolution 1907-Verano cemetery-Basilica di San Lorenzo-July 19, 1943-Memorial Park Cinema Tibur, excellent programming-Piazza dei Sanniti ex Cinema Paradiso-Library tastings, mi, to active even with valuable initiatives-Old chocolate factory (SAID) the place of marvels-UGLY LIST not only bar-Bar Marrani Piazza dell'immacolata gathering place not always pleasant especially in the evenings-Dirt and widespread degradation-road plates wonky. Were taken off the ancient cobblestones why?     .
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  • This popular neighborhood that developed extra moenia (outside the ancient Roman walls) along the via Tiburtina near the ancient Christian Basilica of San Lorenzo (hence the name) and the monumental Verano cemetery, is today in the Centre near the large campus of wisdom romana, and then next to the houses of the early 20th-century popular OGRE meet businesses very colorful , bar, chocolate factories, old industrial sites (such as 6artista), the small garden of the Villa and the municipal library, and then the tombstones and art shops and stalls marmoraria florists. In short, a place not uninteresting, although artistically insignificant (with the exception of the old Basilica). But today San Lorenzo is mainly populated by young, nightlife, local food, music and great drinks. I mean for a dinner in a young and in a popular context is ideal, as it is a trendy area but don't expect low prices.
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  • This district could be one of the most beautiful in Europe considering the history and atmosphere, it wasn't for the dirt facing due to students disinclined to cleaning
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