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- Thursday 18th September
Find out what’s showing at the cinema, in English, throughout Rome. This week’s 5 different films include The Expendables 3, The Railway Man and Sex Tape. Find out more...
Choose from 23 different things to do today, or from 264 future events in Rome. Or take your pick from 9 of today’s local markets! See more...
Featured Event: Music Together® FREE demo classes for children 0-5 in Olgiata & Frascati! (Read more...)
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- In the Mouth of the Wolf, Rome
We drove to Abruzzo this weekend to hike to the Corno Grande, the highest peak in the Apennine Mountains. I had never been to that part of Italy (the northernmost part of Southern Italy--I'm guessing that's like Maryland is the northernmost part of the American South) and I was struck anew at the am... Read moreby Aye-me on September 15, 2014