ROME ITALY ROMA ST PETER’S TREVI FOUNTAIN VATICAN MUSEUM

3 years ago II TRIP Rome (Italian and Latin: Roma) is the capital of Italy and of its Latium region. It is located across the confluence of the Tiber and Aniene rivers. The Vatican City, a sovereign enclave within Rome, is the seat of the Roman Catholic Church and the home of the Pope. Rome is the largest city and comune in Italy and it also is the largest among European capital cities, with an area of 1290 square kilometers. The commune territory extends up to the Tyrrhenian Sea, with the district of Ostia, on the south-west, located on the shore. Within the city limits, the population is 2669873 (2005); almost 3.5 million live in the general area of Rome as represented by the province of Rome. The current mayor of Rome is Walter Veltroni. With a gross domestic product of €97 billion in the year 2005, the comune of Rome produced 6.7% of Italy’s total GDP, the highest rate among all of Italy’s cities. The city’s history extends nearly 2800 years, during which time it has been the seat of ancient Rome, and later the Papal States, Kingdom of Italy and Italian Republic (modern Italy). Rome is also called “la Città Eterna” (the Eternal City). WIKIPEDIA II TRIP Rome (Italian and Latin: Roma) is the capital of Italy and of its Latium region. It is located across the confluence of the Tiber and Aniene rivers. The Vatican City, a sovereign enclave within Rome, is the seat of the Roman Catholic Church and the home of the Pope. Rome is the largest city and comune in Italy and it
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