Parco del Colle Oppio
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"Colle Oppio" is one of the three hills which, with Fagutal and Cispius, constituted Mons Esquilinus. It belongs to the Monti district, of which it constitutes the green lung, and is between via Labicana, via degli Annibaldi, via Cavour, via Giovanni Lanza, via Merulana. The surrounding streets…
This amazing parc is one of the seven hills around which was built the antique Roma. Inside there is the Domus Áurea, tomb of the Traían imperator, and the beautiful fountain.
A wonderful green lung between the MICLAD B&B and the Colosseum. Here rised the Nero's Domus Aurea
Park built on the ancient house of Nerone (DOMUS AUREA), wonderful view and perfect place for walks and photographs, wonderful view!!!
Maybe the most fantastic view on Coliseum can be seen from this park! It nice for jogging in the morning! And perfect for enjoying the view of Coliseum - the masterpiece of ancient architecture! Not very famous among tourists, that's why not so crowded.
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