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Peek through the Knights of Malta keyhole in Rome

You can see thrre countries through one this keyhole.

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Peek through the Knights of Malta keyhole

#3 of 66 things to do in Rome
The gate to the headquarters of the Knights of Malta is at the top of the Aventine hill and here you can find the unusual keyhole. Peek through it and you will see the panorama of three countries at once: Italy, Vatican and Malta. This is a green garden belonging to the Order of Malta, St. Paul's Cathedral in the Vatican, and between them — the territory of the Italian Republic.

And don't forget to take a photo :-)

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