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Piazza of Knights of Maltain Rome, Italy

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Here are the doors of the Priory of the Knights of Malta and obelisks with mysterious signs, that's why the Piazza attracts everyone who love history and mysteries.
Piazza of Knights of Malta, Rome
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.

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#2Peek through the Knights of Malta keyhole in RomePeek through the Knights of Malta keyholeEugene Krasowski

You can see thrre countries through one this keyhole.

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