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    Roma Lazio

  • Overview: Roma (Roma) - Via Antonio Cantore, a few steps from Piazza Mazzini, in an elegant building we offer a property on the high floor that is very bright and completely renovated.The property has a large double living room and a fully furnished open kitchen overlooking a sunny balcony.

    The sleeping area consists of two double bedrooms with en suite bathroom and the third bathroom disengaged from the bedrooms, also useful as a laundry room.Excellent renovation with modern windows, air conditioning and parquet.


    The area that develops around the avenue and Piazza Mazzini is probably the most central in Rome.It is part of the Vittoria district and is under the jurisdiction of Municipio I of Roma Capitale; it runs alongside the river Tiber and is a stone's throw from the Aurelian walls.Immediately to the south of the neighborhood is Vatican City, while to the north Monte Mario, both easily accessible.The Della Vittoria district is part of the first 15 that were born in 1911 and were officially established in 1921, with the initial name of Milvio.During the fascist era, in 1935, it changed its name to Della Vittoria, in honor of the success achieved during the First World War.Before the whole area underwent an urbanization process, it was used by the army which used it as a place for military exercises.The first urban planning plan that is traced back to 1909 with Edmondo Sanjust of Teulada under the administration of Ernesto Nathan: since the entire area was owned by the state, that harmful building speculation was avoided which instead affected other areas of the capital and therefore very tall buildings were alternated with houses of maximum two floors.A very characteristic aspect of the neighborhood is represented by the Renaissance and Baroque style villas that rise on the Lungotevere, while there is no longer a trace of the popular houses built at the beginning of the century and then demolished in the 1960s.


    Being one of the most central neighborhoods in all of Rome, there are many things that can be seen in this area.These include Villa Madama, the Palazzo della Farnesina, the Astronomical Observatory and other villas of historical importance.There are also numerous churches such as the Basilica of the Sacred Heart of Christ the King, right on Viale Mazzini.Always in the area it is worth mentioning the presence of the University of Rome Foro Italico, Ponte Milvio and the fountain of Piazza Mazzini, located in the homonymous square.There are also cultural places such as the Teatro delle Vittorie and the Manzoni Theater, as well as several museums and schools both for children and for higher education.Finally, the main means of transport that pass through the area are the underground line A, several trams and bus lines and in this way you will easily reach the various parts of Rome.

    Energy class: G
    :0.10 kWh/m2year
    Number of rooms:3
    Number of bedrooms:2
    Number of baths:3.

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