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review Quiet Corners of Rome Ø eBook or Kindle ePUB ¹ This charming guidebook celebrates than fifty of the most beautiful tranuil and often hidden places in the Eternal City courtyards where mossy fountains splash landscaped staircases clinging to Rome s Seven Hills cool uiet cloisters atmospheric ruins dating to the days of CaesThis charming guidebook celebrates than fifty of the most beautiful tranuil and often hidden places in the Eternal City courtyards where mossy fountains splash landscaped staircases clinging to Rome s Seven Hills cool uiet cloisters atmospheric ruins dating to the days of Caesar gorgeous gardens scented by boxwood and bay trees Some of Rome s uiet corners boast breathtaking views while others are filled with archaeological or architectural details from crumbling aueducts or majestic stone archways to Renaissance.

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Garden follies frescoed walls and baroue fountains Author David Downie and photographer Alison Harris climb the Janiculum the highest hill within Rome s ancient walled fortifications and find hidden benches with see forever views a church forecourt where Goethe sat and sighed drinking in the inspiration and the park of a once noble villa now luxuriantly overgrown its long trellises knotted with fragrant wisteria and climbing roses On the Palatine they find a narrow lane that passes over the ancient ruins affordin.

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Quiet Corners of RomeG rare glimpses of the Forum and Colosseum free of charge and with no wait Beyond the Domus Aurea of Emperor Nero they discover a sweeping staircase from a century ago and the massive brick remains of a temple to Isis Even the most intrepid travelers who think of themselves as Rome insiders will be surprised when they follow the author and photographer of this guidebook through the Roman labyrinth Historical anecdotes and uotations from antiuity to the present day are woven throughout the text bringing Rome alive.