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Adel Karanov – Contacts
+39 389 5975 184   info@rusrim.com +39 329 448 3644 

All tours will start and finish from
Piazza della Repubblica 20 – Rome 00100
or prefered places your Hotel.
Payment at the end of the tour

Private tours in English, French, Bulgarian, Russian and Italian

Adel Karanov, private art guide with car in Rome, Tuscany, Umbria, Abruzzo is a famous music composer in the ballet and fashion sector.

Adel Karanov touristic local art guide with car (6 years Tour Guide Experience – Degree in music composition renaissance, baroque, electronic music and classic dance) Guide in Rome, Lazio, Tuscany, Umbria, Abruzzo, Campania is a famous music composer in the ballet and fashion sector in Italy, Tunisia and UK. Work in 5 languages English, Fench, Bulgarian, Russian and Italian.

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  1. Modern art in Slovak institute in Rome
  2. National Gallery of modern art in Rome – Giuseppe Verdi by Giovanni Boldini

Ambient music by Adel Karanov – Video by Y. Pavlov 2019

Excursions in: Rome, Tivoli, Roman castles, Viterbo, Lakes and castles in central Italy, Florence, Siena and other towns in Tuscany and Umbria

Special entrance in the secret archaeological sites in Rome

I have Italian, bulgarian and eu touristic guide licence. I offer the visit of principal and rare monuments – places with Raffaello Michelangelo and I like to play the piano in the panoramical terace at Albano lake and to meet my guest with important italian people like the princes orner of the italian palazzi galleries and wine and bio food 200y old shops and restaurant around Rome,  Tuscany, Abruzzo, Umbria and Campania.

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Private guide with licence in Italy, Rome, the Vatican, Florence – Tuscany, Umbria, Naples and Abruzzo. Guide with car for small groups.

Touristic guide licenses – Rome – Vatican  – Italy – Bulgaria – Europenian Union

The Italian ministery of tourism and culture – Italian guide licence for all Italy

http://www.beniculturali.it/mibac/multimedia/MiBAC/documents/1453464907948_karanov.pdf

Licensed guide Vatican, Rome and all Italy

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Ministery of tourism Republic of Bulgaria

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EU touristic guide licence – Union of Bulgarian tourist guides

http://www.bulguide.bg/eng/member.php?id=279

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Best individual private tours in central Italy with Adel Karanov guide Departure excursions from Rome

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Discovering the secret Italy with Adel Karanov private excursions in Rome, Lazio and Tuscany

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  1. Forte piano 1722 Bartolomeo Cristofori The inventer of the piano. Original in the in the Museo Nazionale degli strumenti musicali in Rome
  2. Galleria Spada 1540 with the perspective gallery by Francesco Borromini

 

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Palazzo Colonna Roma individual tour – The private residence of the pope and princess Colonna and Gallery

 

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Tivoli excursion from Rome:  Villa Adriana, Villa Gregoriana and Villa D’Este

 

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  1. The Biblioteca Casanatense library in Rome and the convent of Santa Maria sopra Minerva
  2. Caravaggio – Galleria Borghese individual tour in english

 

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Centrale Montemartini Roma – The best roman and greek collection in the electrical central Acea – Classic collection in modern ambiance from the Musei Capitolini di Roma

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The Churches, fountains and secret monuments of Rome – individual excursion in english with guide and car

 

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Tuscany individual tour from Rome with guide and car
  1. Siena from Rome excursions in english with private guide
  2. Florence tour from Rome including The Uffizi museum
  3. Capalbio excursion with private guide and car from Rome

 

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  1. Bagnoregio The magic etruscan secret town with 12 abitants in central Italy
  2. Temples and churches around the Bolsena lake. Tours in english with private guide
  3. Bolsena lake The bigest lake in Europe. Tours from Rome in english with private guide
Adel Karanov art guide and music composer

Specialized in baroque  and electronic music has contributed to various artistic projects in Italy, Tunis and Bulgaria. He is live electronic music performer and expert of classic and contemporary arts. Born in 1980 in Bulgaria, the artist moved to Italy at the age of 10. In Rome his talent was fostered by studying in the first place ballet dance in the Academy of Dance in Rome and in the second place composition in the Conservatoir of Rome and Classic School of Arts.

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  1. Music studio
  2. International festival of Theatre and modern arts JTC (Tunis) and won the first prize in 2007
GUCCI: Viedo with Original soft electronic music by A. Karanov

Gucci MariaPia & Adel Karanov –  The lady ho made the Italian fahion history – Photo Rome 2016
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The two styles Karanov employs in composition include a cultured for contemporary dance, art exhibitions, films and festivals and an entertaining (soft, acousmatic, atmospheric, break, minimal house) for fashion shows, radio programmes, sound tracks and club music. By means of personalized sounds and effects like spacilization of sound and involutions of signal controls created with synth and invented by him instruments.

Tour in the MACRO Museum with Adel Karanov

Original music and dance performance by ATON Dino Verga Danza Rome Italy In the photo Luca Russo perform an contemporary dance composition by Dino Verga – Best Cunningham coreographer in Italy Music Adel Karanov

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  1. Regina Baglioni hotel in Rome – Harp and piano performance
  2. Niki de Saint Phalle gardens museum in Capalbio Tuscany daily excursion
  3. Contemporary arts Sleepin Head by Igor Mitoraj Canary Wharf

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Currently living in Rome, Adel distributes original electonic music in more than 60 countries in 300 online music stores such as iTunes, ExLibris.ch In 2006 the composer won a tender for music accompaniment of a Gucci fashion advertisiment. In 2007 and 2009 Adel Karanov took part in the international festival of Theatre and modern arts JTC (Tunis) and won the first prize in 2007. In November, 2009, his track LE VENT DE DESERT and biography were included into the Italian edition of the book about the best Italian composers of `XX (Scelsi, Berlinguer, Fabriciani) ENCHANTMENT OF MANY WORLDS accompanied by a CD available on the market in Italy and in the rest of Europe in the near future.

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VIDEO of The TOP CENTRAL ART TOWNS and MONUMENTS in ITALYwith original soft music by A. Karanov: ROME, TIVOLI, ROMAN CASTLES, VITERBO, ORVIETO (Umbria), AREZZO (Umbria), SIENA, FLORENCE, CHIANTI, ARGENTARIO (Tuscany), AMALFI and POMPEII (Campania)

Adel has participated in various artistic projects.

MUSIC GENERES:

  • AVANTGUARDE:
    Different style music for contemporary dance company and video art installation.
  • CLUB MUSIC:
    Breakbeat
    Electro house
    House Minimal Techno
    Trance
    IDM and Soft electronic music
    Soft fashion styles
  • SOUNDTRACKs:
    Tonal classic instrumental and ethnic (arabic and asian music)

Adel Karanov is the author of:

SOUNDTRACKS

2008 – “ROMA” Direction Giorgio DeFinis, Production SD Cinematografica
2007 – “Megacity diaries, Mumbai” Direction Giorgio DeFinis, Production SD Cinematografica
2007 – “GUCCI web spots 2007” Filmaster production www.gucci.com/fr/video/indy-bag/
2005 – “ROMA IN CORTO” Direction Giovanni Caloro
2005 – “LE 3 BANANE” Direction Giovanni Caloro
2005 – “YARRIYA” Direction Giovanni Caloro
2005 – “WHISPERS + VISIONS” Direction Giovanni Caloro

MUSIC FOR CONTEMPORARY DANCE COMPANY

2011 Colorate revolutions by Paolo Santilli – Balletto di Roma

2006 – “CORPO AVI” video Giovanni Caloro, Choreography Luca Russo, videodance Il Coreografo Elettronico Festival
2006 – “DUENDE” Choreography Mauro Astolfi, Spellbound Dance Company
2006 – “THE LAST BEAT” Choreography Vanessa Tamburi, live video Andrea Paciotto (Fucina.off festival Spoleto 2006)
2005 – “SHOWERTIME” Choreography Luca Russo (Aton-Dino Verga Danza)
2005 – “GAP” Choreography Paolo Santilli, video Giovanni Caloro videodance
2004 – “CORPO .jpg” Choreography Luca Russo, video Giovanni Caloro (Aton-Dino Verga Danza) Journes Theatrales de Carthage 2005

LIVE ELECTRONIC MUSIC CONCERTS

2007 – Live electronic music organised by 13me Journées Théâtrales de Carthage et l’Institut Supérieur de Musique de Tunis

2007 – He has performed as live electronic music at the Embassy of the Slovak Republic in Rome
2007 – Eto` club Rome
2006 – Linux club Rome
2006 – Sotto sotto club Rome

HONORS

2007 december, Prize winner at the International Festival of Theatre “13me Journées Théâtrales de Carthage-2007″, held in Tunis and supported by the Tunisian Ministry of Culture.

TV and RADIO

2015 sound design for the Vatican radio programs

2008 – Vatican Radio music section, Musica Acusmatica directed by Adel Karanov

2007 december – Rai Italian National TV Participation
interviews with Adel Karanov, Lidiya Svirska, Luca Vittucci in the innovative and educational Italian RaiTV programme ” Art News” made by Paola Orlandini and Luigi Ceccarelli, about contemporary art, research and tecnology.
(from min.19.30.to min.21.40.)

2007 – Vatican Radio music section DIAPASON directed by Stefano Corato
2006 – Vatican Radio Bulgarian section directed by Dimitar Gancev

EDUCATIONAL BACKGROUND

Dance
1992-2000 -National Academy of Dance and Classic Choreutic High school, both in Rome.
Teachers: M. Tuccio Rigano pas de deux et repertoir, M. Gloria Giordano – ancient dances, M. Massimo Coen and M. Mauro Baggella – music theory, Renato Bossa – music history M. Francesca Falcone – dance theory.Dance stage: M. Margherita Traianova. M. Valia Verbeva and M. Vera Kirova.

Music
1998-2002 Conservatory of Rome “S. Cecilia” “Experimental Course in Composition”
M. Roberto Pacella, M. Gabriele Arrigo, M. Anna Maria DeChiara, M. Claudio Dall’albero.

2004 – Conservatory “Ottorino Respighi” of Latina
M. Paolo Rotili, M Alberto Meoli, M. Maurizio Furlani, M. Mariantonietta Caroprese.
Diploma in composition at the Conservatory “Ottorino Respighi” in 2004.

BALLET PERFORMANCES

10/07/2009 ITALY
“THE LAST BEAT”
FLUSSO DANCE PROJECT
Choreography Vanessa Tamburi
Music Adel Karanov
live video Andrea Paciotto
RASSEGNA INVITO ALLA DANZA ROMA
Teatro Villa Pamphilj

07/02/2009 ITALY
“CORPO JPG”
ATON Dino Verga Danza
Choreography Luca Russo
Music Adel Karanov
Insallation video Giovanni Caloro
ROMA – Teatro Quarticciolo

01/08/2008 ITALY
“CORPO JPG”
ATON Dino Verga Danza
Choreography Luca Russo
Music Adel Karanov
Insallation video Giovanni Caloro
Vignale FONDAZIONE TEATRO NUOVO
30° Festival internazionale di Danza e Arti Integrate
www.vignaledanza.com/programma.htm

“DUENDE”
Spellbound Dance Company
Choreography Mauro Astolfi
Music Adel Karanov
23/01/2007 Siena
12/11/2006 Palermo
13/07/2006 Paestum
07/07/2006 Chioggia
28/06/2006 Firenze
28/05/2006 Saronno, Teatro Giuditta Pasta
22/05/2006 Teramo, Teatro Comunale
20/05/2006 Aquila, Teatro San Filippo
17/05/2006 Castiglioncello, Castello Pasquini

11,12,13/05/2005 ITALY
“CORPO AVI”
ATON Dino Verga Danza
Choreography Luca Russo
Music Adel Karanov
Palazzo delle arti Napoli
FESTIVAL INTERNAZIONALE
“Il coreografo elettronico”

30/03/2006 ITALY
“DUENDE”
Spellbound Dance Company
Choreography Mauro Astolfi
Music Adel Karanov
Caserta, Teatro Comunale

23/03/2006 ITALY
“DUENDE”
Spellbound Dance Company
Choreography Mauro Astolfi
Music Adel Karanov
Pisa, Teatro Verdi
www.teatrodipisa.pi.it

25-26/02/2006 ITALY
“THE LAST BEAT”
OFFUCINA ECLECTIC ARTS
Choreography Vanessa Tamburi
Music Adel Karanov
live video Andrea Paciotto
FUCINA.OFF FESTIVAL SPOLETO OPERA
Teatro Caio Melisso
www.offucina.com

29-3/12/2005 TUNIS
“CORPO JPG”
ATON Dino Verga Danza
Choreography Luca Russo
Music Adel Karanov
Insallation video Giovanni Caloro
Journées Théâtrales de Carthage
أيام قرطاج المسرحية

19-21/07/2005 ITALY
“CORPO JPG”
ATON Dino Verga Danza
Choreography Luca Russo
Music Adel Karanov
video insallation Giovanni Caloro
Teatro Furio Camillo Roma

09/06/2005 NEDERLAND
“SHOWERTIME”
ATON Dino Verga Danza
Choreography Luca Russo
Music Adel Karanov
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Amsterdam Sub Culture
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07/04/2005 Eλλάδα GREECE
“CORPO JPG”
ATON Dino Verga Danza
Choreography Luca Russo
Music Adel Karanov
Municipal Theatre of Volos
Δημοτικό Θέατρο Βόλου

16/12/2004 ITALY
“CORPO JPG”
ATON Dino Verga Danza
Choreography Luca Russo
Music Adel Karanov
Napoli, Teatro Nuovo

ROMA

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VATICAN PRIVATE TOUR – VIDEO with Original music by Adel Karanov guide in The Vatican City

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Art tours in Rome with local guide and car

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Individual excursions with english guide in Rome, Vatican, Modern art museum, Tivoli, Tarquinia, Florence, Siena and other central Italy towns

Car excursions with private guide in Rome and Tuscany
Reservation contacts, excursion in Rome –  Lazio, Tuscany and Umbria
+39 329 448 3644   info@rusrim.com  +39 389 59 75 184

Rome by night car excursion

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Rome by night car excursion

Individual and private car excursion of Rome, with english private guide Eur 60 / h Max 6 pax

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Our private guides in Rome are also graduates having obtained painting, dance, music or literature diplomas and are active artists working in Italy.

Night Rome fountains soft electronic music by Adel Karanov 
Original Video music made with real water sounds

Tours of main squares, fountains, churches and museums of Rome selected for you. The tour includes short walks on foot for visits of monuments and stops for taking pictures and a lunch or a coffee break.The sequence of monuments and their choice will display a historical and artistic evolution of the Eternal City. As well as a perfect overview of ​​the different types of styles in the arts of architecture and sculpture and painting. Many monuments, private art collections, entrances to palaces are offered exclusively by RUSRIM. tour guides.

Rome monuments – evening and night excursion with private guide in Rome

Piazza Barberini, Palazzo del Quirinale, Fontana di Trevi, Colosseo, Piazza Esedra, Fontana delle Naiadi, Basilica Santa Maria degli angeli, Circus maximus, Avenitino hill, Basilica di Santa Sabina, The orange garden, Rome rose garden, Order of Malta, Pyramid of Cestius,Piazza Venezia, Campidoglio hill, Bocca della Verità, Temple of Portunus, Tempio di Ercole Vincitore, Janiculum Hill, Tempietto del Bramante, San Peter square and basilica San Pietro – MIN 3h

During the guided tour you can have a break for tasting of local food preferred by Roman elite. In summer the most popular organic ice cream shop in Rome is a place to drop in.

Rome and Vatican by night

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Roman Elegies II (First Version)

Ask now, whoever you wish, you can’t reach me,

Lovely Ladies, and you, fine Men of the World!

Did Werther really live? Was it really like that?

Which town can truly claim Lotte as resident?

Ah, how often I’ve cursed those foolish pages,

That showed my youthful sufferings to everyone!

If Werther had been my brother, and I’d killed him,

His sad ghost could hardly have persecuted me more.

So Malbrouk persecuted the British traveller

From Paris to Leghorn, then from Leghorn to Rome,

Then down to Naples, and if he’d sailed to Madras

There too the harbour would have been filled with the song.

Luckily I’ve escaped! She’s barely heard of Lotte

Or Werther, or knows the name of this man of hers.

She sees in him a free, and vigorous stranger,

Who lives among mountains and snow, in a wooden house.

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Art tours in Rome with local guide and car

Individual excursions with english guide in Rome, Vatican, Modern art museum, Tivoli, Tarquinia, Florence, Siena and other central Italy towns

Car excursions with private guide in Rome and Tuscany
Reservation contacts, excursion in Rome –  Lazio, Tuscany and Umbria
+39 329 448 3644   info@rusrim.com  +39 389 59 75 184

 

Sightseeing car excursion of Rome

+39 329 448 3644   info@rusrim.com  +39 389 59 75 184

Sightseeing car excursion of Rome

Individual car excursion in Rome with English private guide and car Eur 60/h Max 6 pax Payment at the end of the tour

Our guides are also graduates having obtained painting, dance, music or literature diplomas and are active artists working in Italy.

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Exclusive excursions in Rome

A one-day guided excursion experience  lasting minimum 3 hours or daily tour BY CAR for groups of up to 5 people.

Tour of main squares, fountains, churches and museums of Rome selected for you. The tour includes short walks on foot for visits of monuments and stops for taking pictures and a lunch or a coffee break.The sequence of monuments and their choice will display a historical and artistic evolution of the Eternal City. As well as a perfect overview of ​​the different types of styles in the arts of architecture and sculpture and painting. Many monuments, private art collections, entrances to palaces are offered exclusively by RUSRIM. tour guides.

Inside the guided tour experience you can choose to visit important archaeological areas like dungeons, catacombs, ancient walls, sacred places and secret areas accessible to limited number of people. The collection of Greek and Roman classical sculptures offering sculptures of emperors, athletes, mythological figures and ancient deities can be viewed in an exclusive way. During the guided tour you can have a break for tasting of local food preferred by Roman elite. In summer the most popular organic ice cream shop in Rome is a place to drop in.

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Rome individual excursion – list of monuments

Rome private excursion with art guide and car
  1. Piazza di Spagna -Spanish square
    fontane-rom is one of the most famous squares in Rome. In the middle of the square is the famous Fontana della Barcaccia, dating to the beginning of the baroque period, sculpted by Pietro Bernini and his son, the more famous Gian Lorenzo Bernini.The side near Via Frattina is overlooked by the two façades (the main one, designed by Gian Lorenzo Bernini, and the side one created by Francesco Borromini) of the Palazzo di Propaganda Fide.                                                                                                                                                                       
  2. Pantheon
    panthoncommissioned by Marcus Agrippa during the reign of Augustus (27 BC – 14 AD). The present building was completed by the emperor Hadrian and probably dedicated about 126 AD. He retained Agrippa’s original inscription, which has confused its date of construction.


  3. Piazza Navona square
    piazza navona romaIt is built on the site of the Stadium of Domitian, built in 1st century AD, and follows the form of the open space of the stadium.
    It features important sculptural and architectural creations: in the center stands the famous Fontana dei Quattro Fiumi or Fountain of the Four Rivers (1651) by Gian Lorenzo Bernini, topped by the Obelisk of Domitian, brought in pieces from the Circus of Maxentius; the church of Sant’Agnese in Agone by Francesco Borromini, Girolamo Rainaldi, Carlo Rainaldi and others.


  4. Piazza Barberini square – Fontana del Tritone or
    piazza barberini - bernini fontana - RomaTriton Fountain (1642–3) sculpted by Bernini. – Palazzo Barberini  It houses the Galleria Nazionale d’Arte Antica. The sloping site had formerly been occupied by a garden-vineyard of the Sforza family, in which a palazzetto had been built in 1549. The sloping site passed from one cardinal to another during the sixteenth century, with no project fully getting off the ground. When Cardinal Alessandro Sforza met financial hardships, the still semi-urban site was purchased in 1625 by Maffeo Barberini, of the Barberini family, who became Pope Urban VIII. The rise of the Barberini, one of the most powerful of the Roman papal families, is closely connected to the ecclesiastical career of Cardinal Maffeo Barberini, the fiarure Pope, who was elected with the name Urban VIII in 1623. The family’s prestige in the papal city was from that moment secured and culminated in the construcrion in the grand style of the palazzo, which was to become one of the most admired in Rome at the time. Some of the main artists of the age were involved in the building and decoration of the prestigious residence: Carlo Maderno, Gian Lorenzo Bernini and Francesco Borromini sought to outdo each other in a contest of elegance. as did Pietro da Cortona and Andrea Sacchi in their paintings for the palazzo. Everything, from the architecture to the magnificence of the frescoes and interior Furnishings had to reflect the authority and affluence of the line which had chosen this way of leaving an indelible mark on the heart of the city. In 1629, the year in which Maderno died, the palazzo had ho ever only just been begun, so the building was then entrusted to Gian Lorenzo Bernini. the ofi‘icial artiSI par excellence of the Barberinian court.

  5. Michelangelo MosesSan Pietro in Vincoli, Moses von Michelangelo Having spent a considerable time on producing numerous drawing and studies, as well as choosing the marbles in Carrara, the sculptor was forced to abandon the project and concentrate firstly on the work in Saint Peter’s. Michelangelo undertook to finish this second project within seve years, but, thirty years would pass before the end product of the tomb in San Peter in vincoli was archived on this having only been resumed in 1532 after long interruption.The figure is seated, in the face contracted in concentration and turned towards the left, the right foot rest on the ground, while the left leg is raised with only the point of the foot resting on the base. The biblical figure has a majestic, solmn air spite of the prevasive feeling of dynamism and witheld energy.

  6. Palazzo del Quirinale
    Quirinale RomaOfficial residence of the President of the Italian Republic, was built in 1583 by Pope Gregory XIII as a papal summer residence.The Palace was also used as the location for papal conclaves in 1823, 1829, 1831, and 1846. It served as a papal residence and housed the central offices responsible for the civil government of the Papal States until 1870.




  7. Piazza della Repubblica  – Piazza Esedra The former name of the piazza, Piazza dell’Esedra, still very common today, originates in the large exedra of the baths of Diocletian, which gives the piazza its shape
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    Fontana delle Naiadi  – Republic square in Rome The fountain in this square was originally the fountain of the Acqua Pia (connected to the aqua Marcia aqueduct), commissioned this site by Pope Pius IX in 1870.  The naiads represented are the Nymph of the Lakes (recognisable by the swan she holds), the Nymph of the Rivers (stretched out on a monster of the rivers), the Nymph of the Oceans (riding a horse symbolising of the sea), and the Nymph of the Underground Waters (leaning over a mysterious dragon). In the centre is Rutelli’s Glauco group (1911/12), symbolizing the dominion of the man over natural force and replacing a previous sculpture.


    – Basilica Santa Maria degli angeli e dei Martiri – The Basilica of St. Mary of the Angels and the Martyrs – Beatissimae Virgini et omnium Angelorum et Martyrum
    С Мария на Ангелите Рим Еседраbuilt inside the frigidarium of the Baths of Diocletian in the Piazza della Repubblica (part of the Terme di Diocleziano emperor) by Michelangelo Buonarroti. The thermae of Diocletian dominated the Quirinal Hill with their ruined mass and had successfully resisted Christianization. Michelangelo Buonarroti worked from 1563 to 1564 to adapt a section of the remaining structure of the baths to enclose a church. At Santa Maria degli Angeli, Michelangelo achieved an unexampled sequence of shaped architectural spaces with few precedents or followers. There is no true facade; the simple entrance is set within one of the coved apses of a main space of the thermae. The plan is developed from a Greek cross, with a transept so dominant, with its cubical chapels at each end, that the effect is of a transverse nave. 


  8. Basilica di San Giovanni Laterano – Lateran Basilica – The Papal Archbasilica of St. John in the Lateran

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    It is the oldest and ranks first among the four Papal Basilicas (all of which are located in Rome), being the oldest church in the West and having the Cathedra of the Bishop of Rome. It has the title of ecumenical mother church among Roman Catholics. the Archbasilica, as indicated by its full title (provided below) was originally dedicated to Christ the Savior, with the co-dedications to the two St. Johns being made centuries later. As the cathedral of the Bishop of Rome, it ranks above all other churches in the Catholic Church, including St. Peter’s Basilica. For that reason, unlike all other Catholic basilicas, it is titled Archbasilica. 


  9. Colosseo – Anfiteatro Flavio – Amphitheatrum Flavium
    Colosseum art guide has conditioned Rome’s urban landscape and it still dominates the ancient center. It was the first amphiteatheatre to be built in Rome in the form of a monument. The Flavian Amphiteathre was superior in dimensions and monumentality to all those previously built. The colosseum was furnished with a sophisticated system of drains with fed the bath and numerous fountains required to keep the vast audience cool. Tn the Colosseum there were various kinds of enterteinment like fightsbetween gladiators, exotic animals, naval battles, and capital punishment executions. During the renaissance the Colosseum has been one of the monuments which symbolise the grandeur of antique Rome.


  10. Arco di Costantino – Arch of Costantine
    arco di constantinowas well situated to celebrating the ventures and victories, fristly of the consult in the Republican age and later of the emperors.  It was erected by the Roman Senate to commemorate Constantine I’s victory over Maxentius at the Battle of Milvian Bridge in 312.



  11. San Clemente and Catacombs In the basilica

    san clemente - history Rome guidewitch was built at the beginning of the 12th century, the ancient painting have survived and most of the mosaics are intact.  On the whole, the frescoes constituite a more sophisticated version of catacomb painting, both in their of the expressive and dynamic line and in their revival, in the early Christian sense of decorative motifs. These frescoes were rediscovered during excavations carried out in the new medieval church, at the end of the 19th century, and constitute important evidence of figurative Roman culturenbetween the 11th and 12th centuries, as well as providing information on the original appearance of the early Christian basilica. The cycle introduces new features in Roman painting at the turn of the 11th century: narrative immediacy, the expressive distortion caused by the emphasis of emotions. and the appearance of naturalisric colouring. On the whole, the frescoes consritute a more sophisticated version oFcatacomb painting, both in their use of the expressive and dynamic line and in their revival, in the early Chrisrian sense, of decorative morifs, which are inserted in preordained architectural Frameworks. In the bowl-shaped apse there are extraordinarily well-preserved mosaics representing the Cross as Tree of Life, at the top of the hill of Paradise. There are depictions of the doves, symbols of the soul, and, at the base of the Cross, there are two elegant deer drinking from the river and a phoenix, symbols of immortality. The central scene of the Crucifixion combines a more modern.

  12. Sant’Angelo Castle – Castello Sant’Angelo
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    The Tiber is dominated by the impressive Mole of Hadrian, built at the behest of the Emperor, probably designed by him and conceived as his personal mausoleum and tomb. Begun in about 123 AD and finished a year after the death of the Emperor by Antoninus Pius, it became the burial place of the Roman emperors up to Caracalla. To reach the mausoleum Hadrian had a bridge specially built opposite the entrance to the majestic building. The mausoleum was in the form of a square at whose corners there were statuary groups. Today the corners of the massive structure are reinforced by bastions erected in the course of the 16th century on the Pope’s wishes, and there are monuments which increase the security and isolation of the mausoleum, which had the appearance of a small fortified village. The tour of the museum inside includes superb cycles of frescoes from the School of Raphael, such as the frieze by Perin del Vaga recounting the tale of Cupid and Psyche, from 1545-1547, and the frescoes of the apartment of Pope Paul III which are attributed to the young Pellegrino Tibaldi.

  13. The Palatine Hill – Palatino –  According to Roman mythology, the Palatine Hill was the location of the cave, known as the Lupercal, where Romulus and Remus were found by the she-wolf Lupa that kept them alive.
    Rome has its origins on the Palatine. Indeed, recent excavations show that people have lived there since approximately 10,000 BC. According to Livy, after the immigration of the Sabines and the Albans to Rome, the original Romans lived on the Palatine. Many affluent Romans of the Republican period (c.509 BC – 44 BC) had their residences there. During the Empire (27 BC – 476 AD) several emperors resided there; in fact, the ruins of the palaces of Augustus (27 BC – 14 AD), Tiberius (14 – 37 AD) and Domitian (81 – 96 AD) can still be seen. Augustus also built a temple to Apollo here, beside his own palace. The Palatine Hill was also the site of the festival of the Lupercalia.

  14. Circus maximus- Circo Massimo 
    circo massimo e palatino - Sightseeing car excursion of RomeThe Circus was Rome’s largest venue for ludi, public games connected to Roman religious festivals. Ludi were sponsored by leading Romans or the Roman state for the benefit of the Roman people (populus Romanus) and gods. During the Republic some Circus events, however, seem to have been relatively small and intimate affairs. In 167 BC, “flute players, scenic artists and dancers” performed on a temporary stage, probably erected between the two central seating banks. Others were enlarged at enormous expense to fit the entire space. A venatio held there in 169 BC, one of several in the 2nd century, employed “63 leopards and 40 bears and elephants”, with spectators presumably kept safe by a substantial barrier.


  15.  Appia anticaThe Appian Waywas 
    one of the earliest and strategically most important Roman roads of the ancient republic. It connected Rome to Brindisi, in southeast Italy. Its importance is indicated by its common name, recorded by Statius:
    Appia teritur regina longarum viarum
    “the Appian way is the queen of the long roads”
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    The road is named after Appius Claudius Caecus, the Roman censor who began and completed the first section as a military road to the south in 312 BC during the Samnite Wars.
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  16. Museo delle mura Aureliane – The Aurelian Walls museum – Roman walls 271 AD and 275 AD The walls enclosed all the seven hills of Rome plus the Campus Martius and, on the right bank of the Tiber, the Trastevere district. The full circuit ran for 19 kilometres (12 mi) surrounding an area of 13.7 square kilometres (5.3 sq mi). The construction of the walls was by far the largest building project that had taken place in Rome for many decades, and their construction was a concrete statement of the continued strength of Rome. Aurelian’s construction of the walls as an emergency measure was a reaction to the barbarian invasion of 270; the historian Aurelius Victor states explicitly that the project aimed to alleviate the city’s vulnerability.
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  17. Avenitino hill – Colle Aventino According to Roman tradition, the Aventine was not included within Rome’s original foundation, and lay outside the city’s ancient sacred boundary (pomerium). The Roman historian Livy reports that Ancus Marcius, Rome’s fourth king, defeated the Latins of Politorium, and resettled them there.[9] The Roman geographer Strabo credits Ancus with the building of a city wall to incorporate the Aventine.[10] Others credit the same wall to Rome’s sixth king, Servius Tullius. The remains known as the Servian Wall used stone quarried at Veii, which was not conquered by Rome until c.393 BC, so the Aventine might have been part-walled, or an extramural suburb.

    Basilica di Santa Sabina and Porta lignea di Santa Sabina
    santa sabina basilica rome touris the oldest extant Roman basilica in Rome that preserves its original colonnaded rectangular plan and architectural style. Its decorations have been restored to their original restrained design. Santa Sabina was built by Peter of Illyria, a Dalmatian priest, between 422 and 432[1] near a temple of Juno on the Aventine Hill in Rome. The church was built on the site of early Imperial houses one of which is said to be of Sabina a Roman matron originally from Avezzano in the Abruzzo region of Italy.


  18. The orange garden – Giardino degli aranci The park offers an excellent view of the city. The garden, as it is today, was designed in 1932 by Raffaele De Vico. The garden, whose name comes from the many bitter orange trees growing there, extends over the area of an ancient fortress built near the basilica of Santa Sabina by the Savelli family between 1285 and 1287, which, in turn, was built over an old castle constructed by the Crescentii in the tenth century.– The rose garden – Giardino delle rose
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    – Order of Malta square – Sovrano militare ordine di Malta Roma – Piazza Cavalieri di Malta 

  19. Pyramid of Cestius – Piramide di Caio Cestio – ancient pyramid in Rome built about 18 BC–12 BC as a tomb for Gaius Cestius, a magistrate and member of one of the four great religious corporations in Rome, the Septemviri Epulonum.
    piramide cestiaIt should first be pointed out that the Pyramid of Cestius was not the only Egyptian-style pyramid in Rome. There was also another pyramid, known as the ‘Pyramid of Romulus’. Incidentally, during the Middle Ages, the Pyramid of Cestius was known as the ‘Pyramid of Remus’, and it was believed that these two pyramids were the tombs of the legendary founders of Rome. The larger ‘Pyramid of Romulus’, located between the Vatican and Hadrian’s Mausoleum (known also as the Castel Sant’Angelo), was dismantled sometime during the 16 th century so that its marble could be used in the construction of St. Peter’s Basilica.

  20. Centrale Montemartini – Musei Capitolini – The best roman art collections and Industrial archaeology in Rome
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  21. Best Roman ice cream shop and the old bar pasticceria close to the Pyramid Caio Cestio
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  23. Piazza Venezia Venezia square   It takes its name from the Palazzo Venezia, built by the Venetian Cardinal, Pietro Barbo – later Pope Paul II , alongside the church of Saint Mark, the patron saint of  Venice. The Palazzo Venezia served as the embassy of the Republic of Venice in Rome.

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  24. Fontana delle Tartarughe – The Fontane delle Tartarughe

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    (The Turtle Fountain) is a fountain of the late Italian Renaissance, located in Piazza Mattei, in the Sant’Angelo district of Rome, Italy. It was built between 1580 and 1588 by the architect Giacomo della Porta and the sculptor Taddeo Landini. The bronze turtles around the upper basin, usually attributed either to Gian Lorenzo Bernini or Andrea Sacchi, were added in either 1658 or 1659 when the fountain was restored.


  25. Mercati Traiani Trajan’s Market
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    is a large complex of ruins located on the Via dei Fori Imperiali. Thought to be the world’s oldest shopping mall, the arcades in Trajan’s Market are now believed by many to be administrative offices for Emperor Trajan.

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    The shops and apartments were built in a multi-level structure, and it is still possible to visit several of the levels. Highlights include delicate marble floors and the remains of a library.
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  26. Campidoglio hill – Piazza del Campidoglio – Collis Capitōlīnus
    campidoglio rome private toursIt was the citadel (equivalent of the ancient Greek acropolis) of the earliest Romans. The existing design of the Piazza del Campidoglio and the surrounding palazzi was created by Renaissance artist and architect Michelangelo Buonarroti in 1536–1546. At the height of his fame, he was commissioned by the Farnese Pope Paul III, who wanted a symbol of the new Rome to impress Charles V, who was expected in 1538.
  27. Foro Romano – Roman forum panoramic view 
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  28. Piazza della Bocca della Verità
    piazza bocca della verita - piazza bocca della veritaThe square lies in the ancient area of the Forum Boarium, just in front of the Tiber Island; it takes its name from the Bocca della Verità. The fountain in front of the two temples, called Fountain of the Tritons, released by Carlo Bizzaccheri. Besides the church, dating back to the late Middle Ages, the square houses the Arcus Argentariorum, the Arch of Janus, the Temple of Hercules Victor and the Temple of Portunus, a deity related to the ancient river harbour.

    – Tempio di Portuno
    tempio di portuno Rome car excursion Its Ionic order has been much admired, drawn and engraved and copied since the 16th century (see illustration, right).  The temple owes its state of preservation from its being converted to use as a church in 872 and rededicated to Santa Maria Egyziaca (Saint Mary of Egypt).
    – Tempio di Ercole Vincitore – The Temple of Hercules Victor – Hercules the Winner or Hercules Olivarius – Dating from the later 2nd century BC By 1132 the temple had been converted to a church, known as Santo Stefano alle Carozze (St. Stephen ‘of the carriages).

    – Fontana dei TritoniThis fountain should be distinguished from the similarly named nearby Triton Fountain (Fontana del Tritone) by Bernini. The fountain was completed in 1715 by architect Carlo Francesco Bizzaccheri, during the works for the accommodation of the square in front of the basilica.

  29. Basilica di Santa Cecilia in Tras Tevere
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    This basilica was built by Pope Paschal I during the ninth century; the portico, bell tower and cloisrer in the right wing of the convent were added between the end of the l2tl’l and early 13th centuries; as early as 1540 the church began to be the object of numerous reStoration operations up to the most radical one of 1724, executed at the will of cardinal Francesco Acquaviva. The monumental entrance is attributed to Ferdinando Fuga (1741-1742) The portico in front of the facade (somewhat retouched during the 18th century) srill has its ancient columns, the original architrave with its mosaic decorations, tombstones and medieval fragments. Inside there are three naves: the central nave, with its lowered barrel vault terminating in an apse, is separated from the side aisles by pilasters that incorporate the ancient columns. The tabernacle by Arnolfo di Cambio (1293) at the center of the presbytery is a true masterpiece of Gothic architeCtute and sculpture. Among the marble Statues, Saint Cecilia by Stefano Madetno (1600), portrayed in the act of recognition, is particularly worthy of admiration. The L’nivma/firdgemem frescos by Pietro Cavallini in the Nuns’ Choir, built on the internal face of the facade, are considered to be his masterpiece and the mosr significant work of Roman painting prior to Giotto.


  30. Janiculum Hill – Colle del Gianicolo – Rome panoramic view
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  31. Tempietto del Bramante – Tempietto di San Pietro in Montorio

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    1502 Temple of Bramante is considered one of the first great building of the high Reinassence. It is evidently based on the study of the rules of harmony of the Roman Vitruvius, who advised the use of the Doric order of columns for buildings dedicated to masculine divinitics or mythological figures famous for their sum and courage. The architeCt Bramante did in Fact use the Doric order for the tempietto. giving it an air of rigour and economy, which is also due to limited use of excessive decoration and the sober harmony of the volumes.

    – Fontana Paolina o Fontana dell’Acqua Paola
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Roman Elegies I

Tell me you stones, O speak, you towering palaces!

Streets, say a word! Spirit of this place, are you dumb?

All things are alive in your sacred walls

Eternal Rome, it’s only for me all is still.

Who’ll whisper to me, at what window

Will I see the sweet thing who’ll kindle me now, and quicken?

Already I guess the ways, walking to her and from her,

Ever and always I’ll go, while sweet time slips by.

I’m gazing at church and palace, ruin and column,

Like a serious man making sensible use of a journey,

But soon it will happen, and all will be one vast temple,

Love’s temple, receiving its new initiate.

Though you’re a whole world, Rome, still, without Love,

The world isn’t the world, and Rome can’t be Rome.

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CARAVAGGIO CALLING OF SAINT MATTHEW
CARAVAGGIO CALLING OF SAINT MATTHEW

Thanks to the mediation of Cardinal Del Monte from the July of 1599 to that of 1600, Caravaggio painted the two side canvases for the chapel of Cardinal Contarelli in San Luigi dei Francesi, his first public commission. The Calling and Martyrdom of Saint Matthew were both demanding in terms of the depiction of a story in action and the numerous figures. The symbolic role of the light, coupled with the natural illumination of the chapel, lends unity to the whole. With these canvases Caravaggio brings contemporary reality into a sacred scene and into a church chapel for she first time. Characters dressed in the current style participate in the sacred event as they go about their daily life, intent on tavern games. The first canvas to be finished was the Calling. Caravaggio constructs the scene around the gesture of Christ, who points towards Matthew and whose hand position is mirrored by the latter’s. The two groups are unified by the shaft of light, whose origin is outside the field of vision, above the head of Jesus. The light is both divine .d natural and also serves as an efficacious stylistic expedient to emphasise the evident contrast between the modern clothes of Matthew and his companions and the few divine attributes of the apostle, who is barefoot and wrapped in a large cloak of antique style. In the use of the Martyrdom, the focal point of the scene is the executioner, who is in the act of striking the martyr. The other characters are placed around the central figure, gradually going further back into the bare space which is the scene of the action. Caravaggio freezes the dramatic moment before the death by means of the light. This is concentrated on the naked body of the executioner poised to strike and on the angel who proffers the palm of martyrdom to the saint. Once it was placed on the altar of the chapel, the altarpiece of Saint Matthew and the Angel, which was done in three and a half months in 1602, was, according to Bellori: otaken away by the priests, who said that the figure had

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рим-барокко-турAmong the various museums located in the Villa Borghese complex, the most important is undoubtedly Galleria Borghese, situated in the Casino nobile (lodge) of the 17th century villa built for cardinal Scipione, where the important collection of painting and sculpture gathered during the 17th century, later integrated by acquisitions of the 18th and 19th centuries, is exhibited. Today the itinerary through the gallery includes eight rooms on the ground floor as well as the great entrance hall and the chapel, with statues in the center of the rooms, surrounded by the paintings on the walls and the decorations of the ceilings, which conStituted the thematic thread of the 18th century layout as well. In the entrance hall late Roman Statues line the walls, while the Roman statue of Marco Curzio, restored by Pietro Bernini, occupies the back wall. Canova’s Pauline Bonaparte as Venus Vic’trix may be admired in the hall known as del Vaso (of the vase).

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The room of the Sun (dd Sole) houses painting and sculpture such as Bernini’s David, a painting by BattiStello, and two controversial Still-lifes, attributed to Caravaggio by Zeri. Six of the twelve paintings by Caravaggio owned  by Scipione hand in the room of Silenus (del Silena). The upper storey of the gallery, with thirteen additional rooms, focuses principally on paintings, exhibited in chronological order and by schools. Thus it is possible to retrace the principal phases of Italian and Flemish painting between the fifteenth and 18th centuries, including many absolute masterpieces (Antonello da Messina, Raphael, Titian, Correggio, Guido Reni, Gian Lorenzo Bernini, Rubens, Pietro da Cortona). In addition to Galleria Borghese, the villa also houses the refined Cam Museo (home museum) of the sculptor Pietro Canonica, in the 17th century construction by Gallinaro, known as the Fortezzuola (little fort) after it was transformed to a medieval style by the Asprucci’s in 1793. The Museo Carlo Bi/otti, opened q ite recently. is housed in the ex-Orangerie of the villa. known as Casino dei Giocbi d’Acqua (Fountains) during the 18th century. These rooms house the collection donated by the museums namesake, an halo-American entrepreneur and internationally known collector, including at numerous nucleus of paintings and sculptures by Giorgio de Chirico, Andy Warhol, Gino Severini and Giacomo Manzu.

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The work was painted by Titian in 1514, when he was 25 years old, for the wedding between Nicolo Aurelio, the Venetian Secretary of the Council of Ten, whose coat of arms is represented on the sarcophagus and Laura Bagamtto. daughter of the judge, from Padova. A fountain decorated with has relief like an antique sarcophagus fills the long side of the canvas, dividing the painting into two parts. Another caesura is caused by the branches behind the cherub who is Stirring the water with his arm. T he background is also unusual: on one side there is a church and a flock of sheep, and on the other a fortified city and two rabbits, symbols of love and fertility. Critics have long discussed the marked contrasr between the two female figures seated on the edge of the fountain, a contrast which had an illustrious precedent. In Fact Pliny recounts that the Greek sculptor Praxiteles had made two sublime Statues of Venus, one clothed and one without clothes. The two equally perfect women symbolise on the one hand «brief earthly happiness», with the attribute of the pct of jewels, and the other «eternal heavenly happiness», holding the burning flame of God’s love in her hand. The dressed Venus should therefore probably be interpreted as the pure bride who, close to Love, is assisted by the goddess Aphrodite in person. The gesture of the cherub stirring the water, source of life, in a sarcophagus. therefore probably represents love as intermediary between heaven and earth. The title is the result of a late 18th century interpretation based on a moralistic reading of the clothed figure. The universal fame of Titian’s work was confirmed in 1899, when Rothschilds the bankers offered a greater price For this painting than the estimated worth of the whole ofVilla Borghese including the works of art.

 

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CARAVAGGIO, DAVID WITH THE HEAD OF GOLIATH

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A three-quarters view of David is presented, emerging From behind a dark curtain, sword in hand and proudly intent on observing the head of Goliath, still bleeding after the decapitation.

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Although the head of the giant is already severed, it is Still strongly expressive. The emotive sensitivity expressed on the wrinkled Forehead. in the mouth opened in the final breath, and in the intense, suffering glance of Goliath, is also felt in the flesh of the torso and the expression on the face of David. The brown trousers and torn shirt which he is wearing contain passages of great pictorial synthesis, involving the use of long, separate brushstrokes and the juxtaposition, in the case of the shirt, of pure whites and greys, in a subtle play of transparency. Caravaggio used his own self-portrait for the head of Goliath, while in the David the features of  his «little Caravaggio» are reproduced. A recent hypothesis suggests that the David is a youthful portrait of the artist, which would make the painting a double self—portrait. With conflicring feelings of disgust and pity, with one hand David brandishes his sword, on whose blade are letters which are not easy to decipher, but which may form the morto «Humilitas Occidit Superbiam»; the biblical hero is in fact a model of virtue. If one accepts the hypothesis that Scipione Borghese had commissioned Caravaggio for the work, it probably belongs to the last Roman period and would therefore be from before 1606. However, some scholars attribute the simplification of forms, the essential quality of the composition and the rapid application of brushstrokes to a later period. In this case the painting may be interpreted as a gift, sent by the attiSt to Cardinal Scipione Borghese in the expecration of being granted grace, as the lasr attempt at drawing attention to the desperation of his circumstances and his wish to return to Rome.

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In 1605, Cardinal Scipione Borghese, nephew of Pope Paul V and patron of Bernini, began turning this former vineyard into the most extensive gardens built in Rome since Antiquity. The vineyard’s site is identified with the gardens of Lucullus, the most famous in the late Roman republic. In the 19th century much of the garden’s former formality was remade as a landscape garden in the English taste (illustration, right). The Villa Borghese gardens were long informally open, but were bought by the commune of Rome and given to the public in 1903. The large landscape park in the English taste contains several villas. The Spanish Steps lead up to this park, and there is another entrance at the Porte del Popolo by Piazza del Popolo. The Pincio (the Pincian Hill of ancient Rome), in the south part of the park, offers one of the greatest views over Rome.

A balustrade (dating from the early seventeenth century) from the gardens, was taken to England in the late 19th century, and installed in the grounds of Cliveden House, a mansion in Buckinghamshire, in 1896. The Piazza di Siena, located in the villa, hosted the equestrian dressage, individual jumping, and the jumping part of the eventing competition for the 1960 Summer Olympics. In 2004, a species of Italian snail was discovered, still living on the balustrade after more than 100 years in England.

Today the Galleria Borghese is housed in the Villa Borghese itself. The garden Casino Borghese, built on a rise above the Villa by the architect Giovanni Vasanzio, was set up by Camillo Borghese to contain sculptures by Bernini from the Borghese collection, including his David and his Daphne, and paintings by Titian, Raphael and Caravaggio.
The Villa Giulia adjoining the Villa Borghese gardens was built in 1551 – 1555 as a summer residence for Pope Julius III; now it contains the Etruscan Museum (Museo Etrusco).

The Villa Medici houses the French Academy in Rome, and the Fortezzuola a Gothic garden structure that houses a collection memorializing the academic modern sculptor Pietro Canonica. In the 1650s, Diego Velázquez painted several depictions of this Villa’s garden casino festively illuminated at night. Before electricity, such torchlit illuminations carried an excitement hard to conceive today.
Other villas scattered through the Villa Borghese gardens are remains of a world exposition in Rome in 1911.
The Galleria Nazionale d’Arte Moderna located in its grounds has a collection of 19th- and 20th-century paintings emphasizing Italian artists.
Architecturally the most notable of the 1911 exposition pavilions is the English pavilion designed by Sir Edwin Lutyens (who later designed New Delhi), now housing the British School at Rome.

The villa’s gardens feature in one of Respighi’s Pini di Roma

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Rome Private tour by Adel Karanov – Art guide & music composer

A one-day guided tour experience lasting minimum 3 hours or more BY CAR for groups of up to 5 people. Rome tours of main squares, fountains, churches and museums  selected for you. The private  tour of Rome and the Vatican city,  includes short walks on foot for visits of monuments and stops for taking pictures and a lunch or a coffee break. The sequence of monuments and their choice will display a historical and artistic evolution of the Eternal City.

Rome and Vatican private tour with driver guide : Eur 60 / h Max 6 pax Price for the tour – Price NOT for person

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As well as a perfect overview of ​​the different types of styles in the arts of architecture and sculpture and painting. Many monuments, private art collections, entrances to palaces are offered exclusively by RUSRIM. tour guides.

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Rome private car tour list of monuments

Piazza Barberini, Palazzo del Quirinale, Fontana di Trevi, Colosseo, Piazza Esedra, Fontana delle Naiadi, Basilica Santa Maria degli angeli, Circus maximus, Avenitino hill, Basilica di Santa Sabina, The orange garden, Rome rose garden, Order of Malta, Pyramid of Cestius,Piazza Venezia, Campidoglio hill, Bocca della Verità, Temple of Portunus, Tempio di Ercole Vincitore, Janiculum Hill, Tempietto del Bramante, San Peter square and basilica San Pietro

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Our art guides are also graduates having obtained painting, dance, music or literature diplomas and are active artists working in Italy. Rusrim private tours in Italy with driver guide

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Inside the guided tour experience you can choose to visit important archaeological areas like dungeons, catacombs, ancient walls, sacred places and secret areas accessible to limited number of people. The collection of Greek and Roman classical sculptures offering sculptures of emperors, athletes, mythological figures and ancient deities can be viewed in an exclusive way.

During the guided tour you can have a break for tasting of local food preferred by Roman elite.

In summer the most popular organic ice cream shop in Rome is a place to drop in.

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 Private tour of Rome and Vatican

 List of the monuments

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  1. Piazza Barberini square – Fontana del Tritone or Triton Fountain (1642–3) sculpted by Bernini – BARBERINI PALACEbarberini square - rome private tour
  2. Palazzo del Quirinale – Official residence of the President of the Italian Republic 
  3. Fontana di Trevi – The Trevi fountain  a happy and successful marriage of classicism and baroque, was planned as an exhibition of the Acqua Vergine by Nicola Salvi under the patronage of Trevi fountain Rome private tour
    Clement XII. Pope Urban VIII Barberini had already instructed Gian Lorenzo Bernini to «transform» the piazza and the fountain. but the project was never carried out. Set along one side of Palazzo Poli, the Fountain, which was made by Nicola Salvi between 1732 and 1763, represents an original and imaginative fusion, in the Berninian Style, of architecture, sculpture and the natural elements which contribute to the Fountain’s unique character. The theme of the sculpture is the sea. The design is dominated by a charior in the form of a shell in which the great statue of Neptune by Pietro Bracci stands, flanked in the side niches by Health and Plenty, the works of Filippo Della Valle. The charior is pulled by marine horses. who are in turn preceded by tritons. The marine divinities are placed on rocks of irregular blocks of travertine. The fountain sprawls below the facade of the palazzo behind it, which is in rigidly classicising Style, based on the triumphal arch model, with further sculptures in niches as well as in the attic storey and an elegant balustrade. The surrounding houses crowd round the splendid monument, giving the impression of an amphitheatre, while the noise of the fountain’s water can be heard From the maze of surrounding streets up to the moment when the snow-white scene appears miraculously before the astonished eyes of the visitor.
  4.  – Piazza Esedra
    piazza della repubblica Roma - Private car tour of Rome
    Fontana delle Naiadi – Piazza della Repubblica Roma – Private car tour of Rome

    – Fontana delle Naiadi
    – Basilica Santa Maria degli angeli e dei Martiri (part of the Terme di Diocleziano emperor) by Michelangelo Buonarroti 

  5. Santa Maria degli angeli  
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    Basilica-Santa-Maria-degli-angeli- Rome car tour


  6. Colosseo –  Anfiteatro Flavio – Amphitheatrum Flavium
    Anfiteatro Flavio - Colosseo - Rome private tour
    Anfiteatro Flavio – Colosseo – Rome private tour

    From the moment it was built, the grandeur of the Flavian Amphitheatre has conditioned Rome’s urban landscape and it still dominates the ancient centre. Its arcaded surface was
    chosen as the theatrical background to the Via dei Fori lmperiali. It was the first amphitheatre to be built in Rome in the form of a monument. In the Republican age the gladiatorial games took place in the Roman Forum, where temporary wooden structures were provided for the occasion. Vespasian, the founder of the Flavian dynasty, emerged victorious from the civil war which followed Nero’s death in 69 AD. As part of a coherent political scheme, the new Emperor decided to dedicate the huge urban spaces and works of art appropriated by Nero to the public, for their enjoyment. The organisation of the internal seating was Strictly governed by the laws established by Augustus, through which spectators were seated according to their social class.

  7. In the Basilica of San Clemente, which was built at the beginning of the 12th century, the ancient paintings From the first early Christian basilica have survived and mosr of the apse and arch mosaics are intact. The main subject of the cycle of Frescoes dating back to the end of the 11th century. in the present lower church. is the celebration of the titular saint: the martyr Pope of the primitive church. Clemente. The episodes relating to the life of the saint are portrayed in the nave. The cycle also includes Stories From the other saints, including the legend of Saint Alessio.
  8. Circus maximus- Circo Massimo – it was the first and largest stadium in ancient Rome and its later Empire
  9. Avenitino hill – Colle AventinoAventino - Rome car tours
  10. Basilica di Santa Sabina and Porta lignea di Santa Sabina The orange garden – The Basilica of Santa Sabina is situated on the slopes of the Aventine. lts foundations, which document almost a thousand years of hisrory, testify to the lively building acrivity, which, in antiquity, had as its backdrop this hill which was then so rich in springs and vegetation.
  11. Parco degli aranci and the romantic view of Rome in Vatican directionOrange garden - Rome car tour
  12. Rome rose garden – Giardino delle rose – Over 1100 varieties of roses are grown there, many of them gifts from countries around the world.

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    The rose garden Rome private tour
  13. Order of Malta square – Sovrano militare ordine di Malta Roma – Piazza Cavalieri di Malta – Sovereign Military Order of Malta (SMOM) or Order of Malta is the modern Rome-based continuation of the medieval Knights Hospitaller.   The entity retains sovereignty under international law, including permanent observer status at the United Nations,  issuing its own passports, currency and postal stamps with the Maltese cross insignia. Order of Malta - Rome private tour Ordine di Malta - Rome car tour

  14. Pyramid of Cestius – Piramide di Caio Cestio – ancient pyramid in Rome built about 18 BC–12 BC as a tomb for Gaius Cestius, a magistrate and member of one of the four great religious corporations in Rome, the Septemviri Epulonum.
  15. Best Italian ice cream shop and the old bar pasticceria and local food Food Italy Rome private tour
  16. Piazza Venezia – Venezia square in ROME –  It takes its name from the Palazzo Venezia, built by the Venetian Cardinal, Pietro Barbo – later Pope Paul II , alongside the church of Saint Mark, the patron saint of Venice. The Palazzo Venezia served as the embassy of the Republic of Venice in Rome. 

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    venice square Rome car tours
  17. Colonna Traiana – Trajan’s Column – Roman triumphal column that commemorates Roman emperor Trajan’s victory in the Dacian Wars. It was probably constructed under the supervision of the architect Apollodorus of Damascus at the order of the Roman Senate.
  18. Mercati di Traiano – Mercatus Traiani – Trajan’s Market was probably built in 100-110 AD by Apollodorus of Damascus. The huge architecrural complex of the forum and Trajan’s Markets was until late antiquity considered the most famous of Rome’s wonders. The impressive projecr was attributed to Apollodorus of Damascus, a Syrian architecr. who worked mainly under the Emperor Trajan, in the F: rst half of the second century AD. This architect, one of the few artisrs of whom records survive, Fused and reworked the Fundamental principles of Hellenistic and Roman architecture. The Markets, which were designed at the same time as Trajan’s forum, are set on the slopes of the Quirinale. with a series of superimposed terraces. The removal of part of the hill, to a height equivalent to that of Trajan’s column, had made space for the creation of a piazza (square) in the grand style. The complex, which was designed for commercial and storage use, is articulated on dilTerent levels, and its facade consisrs of a large exea’ra (curving wall), which includes the Forum’s eastern side, with eleven tabernae (booths) facing it.
  19. Campidoglio hill – Piazza del Campidoglio – Collis Capitōlīnus – It was the citadel (equivalent of the ancient Greek acropolis) of the earliest Romans. The existing design of the Piazza del Campidoglio and the surrounding palazzi was created by Renaissance artist and architect Michelangelo Buonarroti in 1536–1546. At the height of his fame, he was commissioned by the Farnese Pope Paul III, who wanted a symbol of the new Rome to impress Charles V, who was expected in 1538.
  20. Foro Romano – Roman forum panoramic view 

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    Roman forum – rome private tourse
  21. Theatre of Marcellus – Teatro marcello – Theatrum Marcelli – The theatre was 111 m in diameter and was the largest and most important theatre in Ancient Rome; it could originally hold between 11,000 and 20,000 spectators. 

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    Teatro Marccello – Ancient Rome private tour
  22. Piazza della Bocca della Verità – The square lies in the ancient area of the Forum Boarium, just in front of the Tiber Island; it takes its name from the Bocca della Verità. The fountain in front of the two temples, called Fountain of the Tritons, released by Carlo Bizzaccheri. Besides the church, dating back to the late Middle Ages, the square houses the Arcus Argentariorum, the Arch of Janus, the Temple of Hercules Victor and the Temple of Portunus, a deity related to the ancient river harbour. 

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    tempio ercole vincitore – piazza bocca della verità – Rome private tour
  23. Temple of Portunus – Tempio di Portuno – Its Ionic order has been much admired, drawn and engraved and copied since the 16th century (see illustration, right).  The temple owes its state of preservation from its being converted to use as a church in 872 and rededicated to Santa Maria Egyziaca (Saint Mary of Egypt).

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    Tempio di Portuno – Rome private tour
  24. Tempio di Ercole Vincitore – The Temple of Hercules Victor – Hercules the Winner or Hercules Olivarius – Dating from the later 2nd century BC By 1132 the temple had been converted to a church, known as Santo Stefano alle Carozze (St. Stephen ‘of the carriages).
  25. Fontana dei Tritoni – This fountain should be distinguished from the similarly named nearby Triton Fountain (Fontana del Tritone) by Bernini. The fountain was completed in 1715 by architect Carlo Francesco Bizzaccheri, during the works for the accommodation of the square in front of the basilica.

  26. Michelangelo Moses The coveted commission of his own splendid mausoleum by Julius II turned into an urter tragedy for Michelangelo, thanks to the continuous interruptions and endless modifications to which the original design was subjecr. Michelangelo threw himself into the projecr with great enthusiasm, following the firsr plan. This envisaged a mausoleum of three sroreys decorated with forty statues in marble, and bronze reliefs; the Moses was to form a pendant to the Statue of Saint Paul, borh being symbols of the mysrery of God’s revelation. Having spent a considerable time on producing numerous drawings and Studies, as well as choosing the marbles in Carrara, the sculptor was forced to abandon the project and concentrate firstly on the work in Saint Peter’s, to which Julius II apparently gave precedence, and, after that, on the ceiling of the Sistine Chapel. When the Pope died in 1513, Michelangelo returned to the projecr, although it had been very much reduced and modified: the mausoleum was no longer free-Standing but attached to the walls and it had Fewer statues. The artisr undertook to finish this second projecr within seven years, but, in face thirty years would pass before the end producr of the tomb in San Pietro in Vmcoli was achieved, work on this having only been resumed in 1532 after a long interruption. Between 1513 and 1515 Michelangelo worked on the statues of the first two Prisoners (today in the Louvre), which should have acted as telamons to hold up the architrave beside the two figures ofViCtories, and that of Moses. The latter undoubtedly represents one of the summits of Michelangelo‘s art in terms of expressiveness. 
  27. Janiculum Hill – Colle del Gianicolo – Rome panoramic view 

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    Gianicolo hill – Rome car tour
  28. Tempietto del Bramante – Tempietto di San Pietro in Montorio  Built on the top of the Gianicolo, the tempietto (little temple) was commissioned by the King of Spain to consecrate the place in which, according to medieval tradition, Saint Peter, the martyr, founder of the Christian Church and flat pope, had been crucified. The young architeCt Bramante conceived it as a genuine martyrium in antique style. with a central plan and a circle of perimeter columns.
    The Bramante temple in Rome
    The Bramante temple – Rome

    The building must have been placed in a large square, which, however. was never built. In spite of the reduced size, the space has been planned in grandiose, monumental Style. It is evidently based on the study of the rules of harmony of the Roman Vitruvius, who advised the use of the Doric order of columns for buildings dedicated to masculine divinitics or mythological figures famous for their sum and courage. The architeCt Bramante did in Fact use the Doric order for the tempietto. giving it an air of rigour and economy, which is also due to limited use of excessive decoration and the sober harmony of the volumes. 

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    Tempietto del Bramante Roma – Car tours of Rome
  29. Fontana Paolina o Fontana dell’Acqua Paola – Il fontanone The big fountain – It was built in 1612 to mark the end of the Acqua Paola aqueduct, restored by Pope Paul V, and took its name from him. It was the first major fountain on the left bank of the River Tiber.
  30. Vaticano – The Vatican and Santa Cecilia
  • San Peter square and basilica San Pietro The open space which lies before the basilica was redesigned by Gian Lorenzo Bernini from 1656 to 1667, under the direction of Pope Alexander VII.
    The colossal Tuscan colonnades, four columns deep, frame the trapezoidal entrance to the basilica and the massive elliptical area which precedes it.
    At the center of the ovato tondo stands an Egyptian obelisk of red granite, 25.5 metres tall, supported on bronze lions and surmounted by the Chigi arms in bronze, in all 41 metres to the cross on its top. The obelisk was originally erected at Heliopolis, Egypt, by an unknown pharaoh. During the Middle Ages, the gilt ball on top of the obelisk was believed to contain the ashes of Julius Caesar. 
S. Peter Vatican private tour
S. Peter Vatican private tour


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San Pietro Rome private tour
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Saint-angels-castle-Rome-private toursThe Tiber is dominated by the impressive Mole of Hadrian, built at the behest of the Emperor, probably designed by him and conceived as his personal mausoleum and tomb. Begun in about 123 AD and finished a year after the death of the Emperor by Antoninus Pius, it became the burial place of the Roman emperors up to Caracalla. To reach the mausoleum Hadrian had a bridge specially built opposite the entrance to the majestic building. The mausoleum was in the form of a square at whose corners there were statuary groups. Today the corners of the massive structure are reinforced by bastions erected in the course of the 16th century on the Pope’s wishes, and there are monuments which increase the security and isolation of the mausoleum, which had the appearance of a small fortified village. The tour of the museum inside includes superb cycles of frescoes from the School of Raphael, such as the frieze by Perin del Vaga recounting the tale of Cupid and Psyche, from 1545-1547, and the frescoes of the apartment of Pope Paul III which are attributed to the young Pellegrino Tibaldi.

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