Aventine Hill - Rome

The Aventine Hill is one of the seven hills upon which ancient Rome was built. It was stated by Livy in book six of his Ab urbe condita that Remus chose the Aventine for his viewpoint after Rome was founded but a number of other sources, including Ennius and Servius, place Romulus on the Aventine Hill. Today, Aventine Hill actually consists of two hills, the northwestern hill and the southeastern hill. It is an elegant residential part of Rome with a wealth of architectural interest and emanates pure Roman charm.


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Open access

Address : Piazza San Anselmo 153 Rome Italy

Subway : Metro B : Circo Massimo

Bus : Bus : C3, 23, 30, 44, 95, 130, 170, 280, 716, 781

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