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So you’re in love! Have you heard about the relatively new tradition of making a love oath by attaching a padlock to a bridge? This is no ordinary padlock but one that has your and your sweetheart’s names or initials inscribed on it to show each other eternal love. Lovers throw away the key in the river under the bridge to symbolize their unbroken love to one another. This latest phenomenon is now happening in a number of exciting locations worldwide.

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Seeing the work of the great Renaissance artists is only possible by paying to enter museums in Rome, isn’t it? Wrong! Michelangelo, created artworks for the city throughout his career. He just lived there for 12 years, but he filled the city with masterpieces!
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Hollywood loves The Caesars Palace in Las Vegas. Wanna know why?

Ceasars Hotel in Las Vegas

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Every so often, the Coliseum needs a good scrub. How do they do it? And do they like it?

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When you think of drinking in Italy, craft beer doesn’t normally spring to mind but over the past few years Rome has seen an explosion of bars selling birra artigianale (“artisanal beer”).

Best craft beer bars in Rome

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Do you envisage yourself getting high on music with a huge crowd, great artists or DJs and fantastic atmosphere this summer? In that case, you can make that vision a reality by going to a music festival.

summer music festivals

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The Vatican Guard protects this sacred land.

Vatican city

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Getting a glimpse of snow-covered Rome is quite rare, even to natives of this Ancient City. Snowfall is known to come once every 20 years, so when it does happen, it’s thrilling to be able to remember it in photos. Here’s a look at 10 photos which capture snow-capped Rome in its rarest form.

Roman forum

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The Forum was the hub of major activity in Ancient Rome.

Roman architecture

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Italy is a country that is jammed packed with famous art. Here are 10 masterpieces you should see.

Italian masterpieces

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You’re at the airport and excited about Rome. Let’s get you there without any fuss.

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When summer arrives, Rome begins to flex its cultural muscles. An enormous range of musical and theatrical events spring up around the city poised and ready to entertain. It’s a great time to visit this most ancient of cities and with such a wide range of outdoor venues and unsurpassed events, the city seems to be brimming with its own pride which is understandable and perhaps a little forgivable. The vast majority of these events are held outside under the sky and this is all to the good as it endows Rome and its events with a character unique to this part of the world.

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It’s a well known fact that there is an abundance of attractions and sightseeing venues to take advantage of when you visit the city of Rome. Many individuals neglect the fact that it is only a short trip from the crowds and noise of the city to the spectacular beaches outside the city. However, if you are looking for a more unique experience, taking the train to the village of Santa Marinella will award you with a day at the beach and some excellent seafood that you are likely to forget.
Rome - strasse

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These lines aren’t enough for a big city that features a thousand-year history, rich of art, monuments and is also capital of Italy and center of Christianity: it’s Rome. For who doesn’t know the Eternal City yet, this is a brief guide, an itinerary through its best sights and venues.

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The RBS 6 Nations or the Six Nations Championship is an international rugby union competitive venue that is held annually in the four nations of the UK (England, Ireland, Scotland, and Wales), Italy, and France. For the rugby aficionados and sports lovers, there can be no better time than now to watch the matches live while you tour the cities of London, Scotland, Paris and Rome. Cheer the teams live and sightsee around the cities when you are free. As of the 2012 championship, the games or matches are played in six different venues, one in each of the six countries.

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