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The Historic Centre of Rome, the Properties of the Holy See in that City Enjoying Extraterritorial Rights and San Paolo Fuori le Mura comprise major monuments of Roman antiquity and papal history.

The city of Rome exists since the 4th or 5th century BC. Remains from the period of the Classical Roman Empire include: the Forum Romanum (the former political center) still holds a central position in town, the Colosseum and a triumphal arch. Also, the Therms of Caracalla: a large public bathhouse where also restaurants, libraries and other forms of leisure activities could be performed. Except for the walls, now there are only some mosaics and wall paintings left.

In 1990, the inscription was extended with properties of the Holy See which are located in the historic centre of Rome. Among them the Basilica of San Paolo fuori le Mura.

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Els Slots

The Netherlands - 10-Oct-22 -

Rome by Els Slots

In early October, I spent a fruitful 5 days in Rome. After 27 years, the Eternal City was a long overdue revisit for me. The trip was with my Art History friends, so we dipped into a lot of churches to look at a sculpture or a painting. There's an overwhelming amount of things to see, and the sights with specific time slots need pre-booking at least 3 weeks beforehand. Still, a lot can be seen for free, such as the Fora from modern street level and all monumental churches.

They keep on discovering and opening up things to the public, so a revisit every decade or so will be rewarding. Three of the more recent additions/renovations that I enjoyed (pictured top – left - right):

  • The interconnected (2019) Forum Romanum and Imperial Fora bring more attention to the latter, such as the splendid Trajan’s Forum and Markets.
  • Domus of Vigna Guidi at the Baths of Caracalla (frescoes on display since 2022).
  • Temple of Hercules Victor (restored by World Monuments Fund 1996-1998) 

Overall, I liked the Ancient Roman remains better than the later religious art. Hubert in his review already gave a good overview of the lesser-visited highlights. I’d like to add:

  • Palazzo Barberini (great paintings in an always quiet setting)
  • Aurelian Walls, with Porta Asinaria and Porta San Giovanni
  • Fountain of the Four Rivers at the Piazza Navona

The visit furthermore was very pleasant overall. We liked the water fountains supplying free drinking water (it was still sunny and 25 degrees) and the good quality pizza and pasta available for 8 EUR at family-run restaurants. For such a touristy city, it was surprisingly inexpensive and relatively free of tourist traps. Only a few places were overly crowded (the Colosseum and the Vatican sites) – better skip those on a revisit.

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Michael Turtle

Australia - 20-Oct-17 -

Rome by Michael Turtle

I'm not sure what I can say you you wouldn't already know about Rome. It's an incredible city full of history and heritage. The struggle here, I imagine, was choosing what to leave out of the WHS listing.

I have been to Rome a few times but on my most recent trip, made the effort to see parts of the Roman Forum and Palatine Hill that I hadn't seen before. I found it really interesting to go deeper into the history and concentrate on just one or two of the important sites in the city. I think if you rush through Rome then you don't do it justice.

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History Fangirl

United States - 15-Aug-17 -

Rome by History Fangirl

I've been to the parts of Rome that comprise this UNESCO site twice-back in 2011 and in 2014. There's nothing quite like sitting in a taxi, heading into Rome for the first time, and rounding the corner to see the ruins of the Forum.

Today the remains are mostly a jumble of what was rescued from archeological digs. Many of the main sites were covered in 20-30 feet of dirt and debris until the 19th century.

It's been a while since I've been, so I don't have great practical tips. However, here's the interview I just conducted about the Roman Forum that goes much deeper into its history: The Roman Forum.


Jay T

USA - 05-Jun-16 -

Rome by Jay T

Rome is a world-class city full of architectural wonders, as well as my favorite Italian gastronomic delight -- gelato. After spending hours in the sun touring the Colosseum and the magnificent Forum, or standing in line to see the remarkable architecture of the Pantheon or the nearby Saint Peter's Basilica in Vatican City, a gelato is a worthwhile way to cool off and reflect on how much history the city of Rome has seen. In fact, taking the time to eat a gelato in one of the many piazzas and open fora throughout Rome is a great way to force oneself to slow down and appreciate the awe-inspiring architecture and artwork. I loved how active and beautiful Rome was by day and night, and I have fond memories of the breaks I took in the Piazza Navona, in front of the Pantheon, next to the Trevi Fountain, at the base of the Spanish Steps, and along the Tiber River during my two visits to the city. I don't think one can understate how incredible a city Rome is to view in person, and I highly recommend a visit. Go for the history; stay for the gelato!

Logistics: Rome is an easy city to walk around, though the city streets are busy; there is also a bus and Metro system for public transportation.


Hubert

Austria - 21-Dec-14 -

Rome by Hubert Scharnagl

Rome is one of my favourite cities, it has an incredible number of historical monuments and despite the crowds of tourists, it is an enchanting and exciting capital. I have visited Rome several times, usually only for a short stay, but in November 2013, we spent five days in Rome. We had seen the main tourist sights on previous visits, and thus we had plenty of time to explore the city without haste and to visit also some of the lesser known sites.

A few suggestions that might be interesting for visitors who have time for more than just the Top Ten sights:

First: the three papal basilicas San Paolo fuori le Mura, Santa Maria Maggiore, and San Giovanni in Laterano (St. Peter's is the fourth). Of these, I was most impressed by San Paolo, even more than by St. Peter's, though the basilica is relatively new. It was rebuilt after a fire in the mid-19th century. The large and almost empty nave is amazing, it has a length of 130 meters and four rows of columns. The name of the basilica is derived from its location outside the ancient Aurelian walls, today it is a rather insignificant neighbourhood. It is easy to get to by public transport, it is right next to the metro station Basilica San Paolo. I also liked San Giovanni in Laterano, most striking are the huge statues of the twelve apostles in the nave. The Lateran complex includes also the Lateran Baptistery, the Scala Sancta and the Triclinium of Pope Leo III.

Next on our list: the three churches with works by Caravaggio, the enigmatic Baroque painter known for his brilliant use of chiaroscuro (strong contrasts of light and dark). A must see, not only for art enthusiasts, is San Luigi dei Francesi with three paintings in a side chapel. The church is close to Piazza Navona, there are always many tourists, but nevertheless a stunning impression. The two other churches with Caravaggio paintings are Santa Maria del Popolo (Piazza del Popolo) and Sant’Agostino in Campo Marzio (close to Piazza Navona). In Rome, admission to churches is free, but they found a clever way to earn some money: you have to insert 50 Cents to switch the lights on for a few minutes to see the paintings.

A bit off the beaten track: the Baths of Caracalla, located in a nice park in the south of the WHS core zone. Although only the walls have been preserved, the sequence of the rooms is still visible and the sheer size of this huge leisure complex is amazing.

The Tempietto di Bramante, a lovely little Renaissance chapel, only a short walk from Piazza Santa Maria in Trastevere, but easy to miss, because it is hidden in the courtyard of the monastery San Pietro in Montorio.

Of course, we visited also our favourite places: the Pantheon, in my opinion the most outstanding building in Rome, Trastevere at night, and the Campo de' Fiori in the morning with a nice food market popular with tourists and locals

And finally my favourite building in Rome: the Baroque church Sant’Ivo alla Sapienza (photo). My first visit was just by chance, I followed a group of tourists through a rather inconspicuous portal. Then I stood in a courtyard with two-storey arcades and was surprised to find such a quiet place in the heart of Rome, right next to Piazza Navona. The architecture is unique in almost every respect. The façade was embedded in the previously existing courtyard of the Palazzo della Sapienza and therefore it has a concave shape. The dome is crowned by a squiggly spiral-shaped tower. And the interior is also unusual, the floor plan is constructed from an equilateral triangle, the sides have semicircular bulges and the angles are cut off. This results in a complex shape of the dome with alternating convex and concave segments that gradually converts the floor plan into a perfect circle at the top of the dome. Unfortunately, the church is open only on Sunday morning.

As Ian Cade quoted in his review: Rome, a lifetime is not enough. There is nothing more to add.


Clyde

Malta - 07-Sep-12 -

Rome by Clyde

I visited this WHS several times. Rome is rightly known as the Eternal City. It can keep you busy for a whole month of sightseeing and you would still be missing something! Needless to say you cannot miss the Colosseum, Pantheon, Trajan's Column, Fori Imperiali, Fontana di Trevi, Piazza di Spagna, and St. Peter's Basilica. Not only one of Italy's top WHS but indeed one of the world's top WHS!


John booth

New Zealand - 12-Sep-11 -

Rome by john booth

Having visited Rome previously on several occasions and seen all the prominent tourist sights, this year I decided to seek out the more obscure sites included in the WHS inscription.

My first call was the church of San Paolo Fuore la Mura, a monster church beside a metro station in SW Rome.

The rest of the day I spent touring the palazzi, mausolea and churches listed as properties of the Holy See enjoying extraterratorial rights.

Of the churches, San Giovanni in Laterano was lavish and splendid, as also was Santa Maria Maggiore. Santa Maria in Trastevere was rather shabby and insignificant by comparison.

Augustus' mausoleum was a rather insignificant ruin, while Hadrian's was concealed within the Castel Sant Angelo.

The Palaces varied from the shabby and neglected to the pristine serving as museums and offices. My favourite was the Palazzo delle Cancelleria in Corso Vittorio Emmanuele II, where the courtyards housed a collection of Leonardo da Vincio's Big Machines. Another architecturally pleasing example was the Palazzo di Propaganda Fide in the Piazza di Spagna.


James Kovacs

USA - 05-Feb-06 -

Rome has magnificent monuments (Coliseum, Constantine Arch, Trevi Fountain, Spanish Steps, etc.) and I was impressed by every one of them. My problem with Rome isn't the monuments, but the city itself. It is way too chaotic and frantic for my liking. It has an intensity that gets on your nerves after a few days.


Ian Cade

UK - 13-Nov-05 -

Rome by Ian Cade

Very few cities in the world can claim to be a capital of their cultural sphere, even fewer have something left to show for it. Rome can claim to be a cultural capital twice! and has plenty to show for it.

Rome contains some of the best preserved sites from antiquity, when it was a world power and laid much of the foundation for western culture. The Coliseum is perhaps the most famous testament from this period, and its huge remains are a great place to start exploring "Ancient Rome". Included in the admission price is entry to the Palatine Hill opposite, which was a nice place to stroll through and look at the massive remains, and provided great views across the city and down onto the Forum, which I think was my favourite part of ancient Rome, well it was until that night I stumbled upon the Pantheon in the tight streets of the historic centre. This building for me was one of the most spectacular I have ever been to, the dome is a masterpiece of architecture.

Then the second time Rome became a cultural capital was with the High Renaissance and Baroque periods. The High Renaissance perhaps best seen at Michelangelo's Piazza del Campidoglio and also much of the work at the Vatican. The Baroque period is seen through out the historic centre, the works of Borromini, Bernini and their contemporaries line almost every street, and this is what made the city so enjoyable that just walking between the "big" sites (Trevi fountain, Piazza Navona were particularly great) provided you with other masterpieces that would be highlights in most other cities. This was also mixed with great bars (in Trastevere especially) and restaurants, and the city managed to not feel like a museum or a theme park.

I was here for two days and did not stop, I can understand the saying "Roma, non basta una vita" (Rome, a lifetime is not enough). This so far is the finest UNESCO site I have visited and I am looking forward to something being good enough to knock it off its perch, it is going to take an awful lot.


Ben Pastore

USA - 07-Jun-05 -

Rome isn't the eternal city for nothing. The juxtaposition of imperial remnants and modern technology are classically Italian and only serve to highlight the city's historic value. The Colisseum has found a better use as a tourist magnet than Christian slaughterhouse, and the tiny details, like bas-relief in the architecture and masterful wrought-iron railings leaves no doubt as to why all roads once lead here.


Els Slots

The Netherlands - 12-Jun-95 -

Rome by Els Slots

In my opinion, Rome is the most beautiful European capital. So much history in such a small area, without being turned into an amusement park ... where else in Europe can you still find that?

One of the lesser-known sights is San Clemente, a pretty 11th-century church. Stairs lead you down to the remains of a 4th-century basilica, which was devastated by Northmanns. Via another pair of stairs you arrive at a Roman house from the 2nd century, that served as a shrine for Mithras.


Klaus Freisinger

Austria -

Rome is in my humble opinion the greatest city on the planet. While I like many others as well, none comes close to Rome in terms of history, culture, architecture, and influence on the rest of the world. This together with all things that make Italy such a great place to visit - especially the food, of course - makes a combination that I don´t think can be beaten anywhere. For a visitor, Rome´s sights generally fall in two categories: Christendom and Antiquity, with some great Renaissance/Baroque monuments thrown in (Trevi Fountain, Spanish Steps etc.) For both, Rome is the top place to visit (sorry, Athens, you are fascinating, too, but Rome was not called caput mundi for nothing). The Forum Romanum is just incredible, and the Colosseum, the Triumphal Arches, and the many other smaller ancient monuments (Augustus Mausoleum and the very cool Mamertine Prison, for example) should excite even people who usually have no interest in ancient history (if that is at all possible...). So while of the some things that are said about Rome are admittedly true (smog, heavy traffic, many strikes, enormous masses of tourists), who really cares? It´s Rome, and it´s a huge mistake not to see it at least once.


Graeme Ramshaw

Rome by Graeme Ramshaw

What to say of Rome? It's a city of a thousand different characters, where the best of Baroque and of Classical intertwine to form a fascinating array of art and architecture found nowhere else in the world. Rome is absolutely unique. Some highlights for me include the Galleria Borghese (best of Bernini sculptures), the Palatine Hill (home of the emperors), and the Vatican Museums (simply some of the best art in the world). Regardless of the number of visits you make to Rome, each time you will find something new and wonderful to explore.


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Full Name
Historic Centre of Rome, the Properties of the Holy See in that City Enjoying Extraterritorial Rights and San Paolo Fuori le Mura
Unesco ID
91
Country
Holy See Italy
Inscribed
1980
Type
Cultural
Criteria
1 2 3 4 6
Categories
Archaeological site - Ancient Rome Urban landscape - Urban continuity
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Site History

1990 Extended

To include the "extraterritorial" properties Santa Maria Maggiore, St John Lateran and St. Paul's Outside the Wall

1980 Inscribed

1979 Deferred

Bureau - need more info

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The site has 16 locations

Rome: Palazzo dei Convertendi Holy See
Rome: Historic Centre of Rome Italy
Rome: Complesso dei San Giovanni in Laterano (Basilica, Palazzo Apostolico Lateranense, edifici annessi) Holy See
Rome: Complesso dei San Giovanni in Laterano (Basilica, Palazzo Apostolico Lateranense, edifici annessi) Holy See
Rome: Complesso di Santa Maria Maggiore (Basilica, edifici annessi) Holy See
Rome: Palazzo di San Callisto, in Trastevere Holy See
Rome: Palazzo di San Callisto, in Trastevere Holy See
Rome: Palazzo della Cancelleria Holy See
Rome: Palazzo di Propaganda Fide, in Piazza di Spagna Holy See
Rome: Palazzo Maffei (Palazzo della Pigna) Holy See
Rome: Palazzo detto dei Propilei (nord) Holy See
Rome: Palazzo detto dei Propilei (nord) Holy See
Rome: Palazzo Pio Holy See
Rome: Immobili sul Gianicolo Holy See
Rome: Palazzo del Santo Uffizio Holy See
Rome: Basilica di San Paolo fuori le Mura Holy See

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