Victor Emmanuel II Monument

Kate Johns
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a year ago
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A brisk walk from Trajan’s Forum to Piazza Venezia will transport you to one of the most grand monuments that exists in Rome: the Victor Emmanuel II Monument. The ‘Altare della Patria’ or Altar of the Fatherland as it translates in English is the largest building in all of Italy and was opened by King Victor Emmanuel III in 1911 to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the unification of Italy into one nation. If you find yourself hiring a vespa or scooter to get around the streets of Rome, the feeling of coming around the huge roundabout that sits right before this monstrous building is second to none! Photo by Elia Burelli on Unsplash
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  • Piazza Venezia, 00186 Roma RM, Italy
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