Piazza Navona are quarter
Navona 4 bedroom attic with 2 terraces and 360 degrees panoramic Rome views
360 degree Rome view
PLEASE FOLLOW THE LINKS OF THE ABOVE INDEX, TO GET TO THE PAGES WITH PRESENTATION AND PHOTOS OF EACH SPACE.
In this VIEWER below you can see all the sights, monuments, hills and churches that can be seen from the terraces of the attic.
Please be a little patient as the photo is a large file, it takes appr. 10 seconds to download. To see all the sights of the panorama, just put the mouse over the photo, and while pressing it, move it to the left or right (or also up and down!), and the photo will rotate accordingly.
IF YOU CAN'T SEE THE PANORAMA, PLEASE DOWNLOAD THE JAVA PLUG-IN: IT IS SECURE AND IT TAKES A FEW SECONDS.
PLEASE GO TO THIS PAGE: Once there, click "Agree and start free download", then click "RUN" and follow the simple instructions.
Among the countless sights you can see (as you look counter-clockwise): the Altar of the Fatherland (Victor Emmanuel monument), the Church of Jesus, Palazzo Altieri, the Quirinale Palace (the palace of the Popes, then of the King of Italy, now of the President), the Church of Santissimo Nome di Maria (St. Mary Holiest name), the Torre delle Milizie, the shell-wise dome of St. Ivo alla Sapienza, Piazza Navona St. Agnes church (dome and belfry), the Antonina Column in Piazza della Colonna, Palazzo Montecitorio (seat of the Italian Parliament), the Collegio Germanico, the Church St. Apollinare, the Church Chiesa della Pace, the belfry of the Church Santa Maria dell'Anima, the Church of St. Carlo al Corso, the Villa Malta, the Borghese Gardens, Villa Medici (French Academy), the Pincio Gardens, the Palace of Justice, the Monte Mario hill and its Observatory, Castel St. Angelo, the Farnesina Palace, the Church of San Salvatore in Lauro, the Vatican Palaces (including those with the Sistine Chapel), St. Peter's Basilica, the Tower Clock (Torre dell'Orologio by Francesco Borromini), the Janiculum Hill (lighthouse of Manfredi, the statue of Garibaldi overlooking Rome, St. Peter in Montorio, the Pauline Fountain), the Church Chiesa Nuova, the Church of St. Paul at the EUR, the Church of St. Brigida, Palazzo Farnese - and many others - naturally, also lots of old Rome's roofs!
If you want to see all the sights, domes and monuments you can single out from the terraces, please click here.
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