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Rome and its ruins have always been a favorite retreat of colonies of cats of all breeds. Indeed calendars and postcards on display in every newsstand and souvenir shop, present in every corner of the historical city center, find among the main players just these felines captured in many different poses: at the foot of the statue of an emperor, behind the column of a temple, looking out the window of a house, on the steps of a Romanesque church or on the edge of a Baroque fountain.

Almost every pizza al taglio locale in Rome have supplì: breaded fried oblong shaped rice balls with a mozzarella filling.

Via di Tor di Nona is a road that runs parallel to the homonymous Lungotevere, a little lower than the street level where cars speed, when they are not stuck in traffic jam. The fact of being partially hidden to most people would make almost anonymous this road, that, in the past was very renowned because there was the famous Apollo Theatre, where works of Bellini, Donizetti and Verdi were produced (formerly Theatre Tor di Nona, when it was founded on the behest of Queen Christina of Sweden in 1670).

 

Rome is full of angels, present in many artistic representations in churches, paintings, sculptures, tombs, castles and palaces. Everyone can choose the type of angel they prefer and maybe even select one as a personal guardian of sorts.