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Via Portico d'Ottavia, Rome

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  • It has a charming square and a place with the remains from the f.Kr. There is something uncertain about when the building that stood here was listed, some believe year 27 f.Kr. and the other by year 33 f.Kr. Building burned in years 80 and was rebuilt, but burned again in the year 203 and rebuilt by Septimius Severus and Caracalla. It was covered by marble and was filled with art treasures. In the Middle Ages was the plant reduced to a fish market, and this lasted until the end of the 1800 's.
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  • A corner of Rome fascinating and surreal. Since you made your closing to cars and became pedestrian bought a charm far especially in the evening. Looks like a movie set! You walk through alleys and archaeological sites of great interest. In the area there are many Kosher restaurants where you eat well. It's a different night and fascinating, far from the hustle and bustle of traffic. Encouraged Romans and not!!
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  • By a strange coincidence we rented apartments in the Jewish quarter. From the roof of the apartments offer a beautiful view of the ruins. In the morning with a cup of coffee is delightful, the charge is positive emotions for the whole day
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  • A jumble of ruins and relics surrounded by modern life, its a pleasantly jarring mix of past and present. Remarkable to see and stand amid what in its day was apparently something of an upscale lifestyle shopping mall. Certainly worth a stroll past, at a minimum.
  • You can actually walk toward ancient roman ruins. The soil has an amazing purple color.
  • Hidden in the Jewish Ghetto this place is amazing! Missed often by tourists and literally just across the tiber you will find a rare gem. The best kosher food eaten in very relaxed surroundings.
  • Nice to see in the Jewish quarters of Rome. The theatre of Marcello is around the corner
  • Underconstruction and practically hidden by scaffolding. Inaccessible