Torre Argentina Cat Sanctuary, Rome
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猫が好きな方には、いいと思います。私は、猫よりも遺跡に興味があるのですが、旅のスケジュールの途中だと、癒されます。遺跡も、普通に立派です。I think anyone who likes cats, really. I than the cat interested in ruins, but during the trip schedule, and be healed. Ruins is ordinary splendidly.show original
Smack in the middle of Rome there is a wondrous site. You might wander by it on your way to the Pantheon or Piazza Navona. It's a ruin that is called the Torre Argentina. Sunk below (current) street l... read more »
Dette stedet hadde jeg bestemt meg for å besøke i Roma. Jeg har selv adoptert to voksne katter her i Norge - så dette stedet var obligatorisk. Heldigvis kom vi til området rett før det åpnet - så sjek... read more »This place had I decided to visit in Rome. I have even adopted two adult cats here in Norway-so this place was required. Fortunately, we came to the site just before it opened-then check the time of the opening hours of the Centre. Area around the Centre, there are several cats. In the Centre we also got direct contact with cats. Here was the opportunity to fjernadoptere and buy things that went directly to the support of the Center. Several of the cats had sad stories, but lived in the day at the Centre and were ready for adoption. Had I been able to; an Italian had been home to Norway ❤ ️show original
Very impressive. Go up the stairs to meet the soldiers guarding the altar. Best place to make pictures
Beautiful square in the middle of a beautiful part of Rome. Ruins are below street level and the views of the ruins, columns and frescoes are beautiful. Lots of people walking and driving around and is a worthy little spot to take in the temples.
My air bnb for my trip to Rome overlooked this sanctuary. A great idea for the middle of the city, but also kind of bizarre--a volunteer-run outdoor cat sanctuary in some ruins. Nothing I'd seek out on a trip, but a quirky fun spot.
Very cool history here. Where Juilius Ceasar was killed.
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The cat sanctuary is a touching experience and the ruins are interesting. Go down the stairs, talk to the volunteers and meet some surprisingly friendly rescue cats. Donations help the sanctuary keep up the work, they neuter and vaccinate about 4000 cats each year.
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