The Hotel Pincio is located in the Trevi district: the perfect location for visiting the Eternal City.
What to See and Do Less than 5 minutes north there are the famous places of Renaissance Rome such as the Spanish Steps, the terrace and gardens of the Pincio, Via Condotti and many others as well as the most exclusive shopping places such as the new Rinascente, Valentino and many others.
Walking south, cross Via Nazionale, a 10-minute walk you enter the dynamic Monti district, formerly known as the Suburra, where among trendy bars, taverns, wine bars, multi-ethnic restaurants and artisan workshops passing through the alleys you get to the Forums Romans and the Colosseum, the heart of ancient Rome.
The busts of the Pincio are arranged along the avenues of the hill itself. At the Pincio there are 229 busts.
These busts date back to an Italian Renaissance tradition and effigy of famous personalities who between the end of the 18th century and the 19th century which were only a regular decoration in the 17th century, later became small monuments in honor of famous people including artists, writers and scientists, are characterized according to a European fashion that develops especially in Italy. The choice of the characters is due to a decorative, pedagogical and celebratory purpose, but at the same time connected to the historical period of the realization period and therefore to disseminate patriotic Risorgimento values through example models.
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