PANORAMIC PHOTO of Old Rome centre seen from the Turtles Nest apartment terrace of Palazzo Costaguti: North-West View.
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You can see many Rome's sights and domes. From left to right:
The domes of four churches: San Carlo ai Catinari, Sant'Andrea della Valle, Sant'Agnese (St. Agnes) of Piazza Navona, Santa Maria dell'Anima; Monte Mario Hill with its astronomical observatory (at its feet you find the Olympic Stadium), the High Court of Justice (the big palace with the quadriga on top, dubbed by Romans "Palazzaccio" or ugly palace because it is imposing and without the typical Italian charm), the spiral dome of the Church of Sant'Ivo alla Sapienza by Francesco Borromini, the turrets of the Germanicum College and of Palazzo Montecitorio (seat of the Italian Parliament), the dome of the Pantheon, the dome of the Church San Carlo al Corso (the trees in its background are part of the Borghese Gardens), the back of the facade of the Church Sant'Ignatius of Loyola, the imposing dome of the Chiesa del Gesù (Jesus Church, main church of the Jesuite order), behind it the Quirinale Palace, then Palazzo Venezia (where from Mussolini made his speeches).
Finally you can see the high palace Palazzo Mattei, and the Capitoline Hill with the Victor Emmanuel Monument ("Vittoriale" or Altar of the Fatherland, Altare della Patria), the Church of Ara Coeli ("Altar of the Sky"), and the centre of Capitoline Hill, where you find Rome's Municipality (it is the building with a high tower-belfry), the Capitoline Museum and the Palazzo Conservatori.