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Piazza of Knights of Malta in Rome

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Place name: Piazza of Knights of Malta

Piazza of Knights of Malta on the Aventine Hill is located a little farther from the Church of Santi Alessio and Bonifacio.

Here are the doors of the Priory of the Knights of Malta, leading into the main villa - the residence of this ancient Catholic monastic association. Near the door is always crowded with tourists - through the keyhole at them you can see the impressive panorama of three countries - Italy, Vatican and the Order of Malta.

There are also obelisks with mysterious signs, which tries to solve more than one generation of historians.

Region: Rome, Italy

Location: Aventine Hill

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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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