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Viminale, Rome

Categories: Geologic Formations, Historic Sites, Nature & Parks, Tourist Spots
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The Viminal Hill is the smallest of the famous Seven Hills of Rome. A finger-shape cusp pointing toward central Rome between the Quirinal Hill to the northwest and the Esquiline Hill to the southeast, it is home to the Teatro dell'Opera and the Termini Railway Station. At the top of Viminal Hill there is the palace of Viminale that hosts the headquarters of the Ministry of the Interior; currently the term Il Viminale means the Ministry of the Interior.According to Livy, the hill first became part of the city of Rome, along with the Quirinal Hill, during the reign of Servius Tullius, Rome' sixth king, in the 6th century BC.
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  • The Palazzo del Viminale is a historic Palace located in the area of Termini and works currently as the headquarters of the Ministry of the Interior of Italy. Beyond its façade you dont have another remarkable attraction.
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  • one of the ways of communication from Termini station to the Centre, is located the theater's opera baries and restarurantss, that alejeados numbers Center more traditional tend to be a good choice.
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  • Palace interesting to observe and to what it represents. You can't define a tourist place but standing near a look she deserves.
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