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Hotels in Rome near Vittoriano

One of the landmarks of Rome and Italy is the Vittoriano monument dedicated to Vittorio Emanuele II, the first King of Italy, whose statue stands in the center of the monument located in Piazza Venezia. It is often also called as Altare della Patria, since after the Second World War there were deposited the remains of the Unknown Soldiers, a soldier whose body has not been identified, in memory of all the fallen soldiers during the war and which are not and never been identified. Many tourists choose hotels in Rome close to the Victtoriano for their stay in Rome, because from the beautiful Piazza Venezia you can walk to all the places of the historical center of Rome. In fact, from this square starts one of the most famous streets of Rome as Via del Corso, which leads directly to Piazza del Popolo along which there are many shops for those who want to dedicate themselves to shopping, and Via dei Fori Imperiali leading to the Colosseum. Choosing a hotel in Rome near the Vittoriano also means taking two steps to buildings and housing to numerous prestigious exhibits held right inside the Vittoriano complex, such as Cubism until 23 June 2013, and will feature more than 200 works including oil paintings, drawings, sculptures, films, design objects, costumes and documents by artists such as Picasso and Braque.

 

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