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Aventine Hill in Rome

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Place name: Aventine Hill

Aventine Hill (Colle Aventino) is a favorite place of every Roman. The students rest here, many weddings are here and the scenes of the everyday life of the Romans played here. Nearby is the Monastery, so often a monk will run near you in a long dress with a hood.

Orange Garden on the hill is amazing in its beauty place, everyone can escape here from the heat and enjoy the hill in the beautiful Eternal City, in fact it offers the best panoramic view of Rome.

On the Aventine Hill you can also find a famous keyhole through which you can see three states at once - Italy, Vatican and Military Order of Malta.

This is a very quiet place where not many tourists and where for a moment you will feel like a real Roman.

Region: Rome, Italy

Open hours: till 5:00–6:00 pm

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Peek through the Knights of Malta keyhole in Rome
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Peek through the keyhole on the gate to the headquarters of the Knights of Malta.

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Admire Rome from the Aventine Hill in Rome
Kateryna Plakhotna Admire Rome from the Aventine Hill#5 of 38 things to do in Rome

There is a terrace where you can enjoy a splendid view of the city - Rome will appear in front of you if it were on the palm of your hand.

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Walk through the orange orchards in Rome
Kateryna Plakhotna Walk through the orange orchards#6 of 38 things to do in Rome

Get lost among the green orange trees, breathe in their seductive aroma and have a little picnic at favorite place of every Roman.

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