Friday, January 10, 2014

Rome below the surface

It is without say that it takes a lifetime to discover Rome. Imagine that the beauty and mystery of the eternal city's layered history that you see before your eyes is found in equal abundance below your feet.  The ancient architecture of the city of Rome has been buried under soot from flooding by its Tiber river.  But it has not been forgotten.  Many new sites that are now buried up to 70 feet below the surface have been opened to the public in order to continue to reveal the city's physical and historic depth.

Check out my article for Wanted in Rome magazine about subterranean Rome here- article

http://www.wantedinrome.com/news/2002837/exploring-rome-underground.html

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