Condotti Inn

Del Cancello 12, Rome, 00186, Italy
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Forum Posts

Where is this statue?

by TravelTwee

Hello,

I saw a photo of a small narrow street with a giant foot statue in Rome. Can someone tell me where this is? The picture is at http://www.globosapiens.net/travel-information/Rome-251.html.

I would love to see this if possible.

Thanks for any help.

Re: Where is this statue?

by travelgourmet

I don't know where the street is that has that foot, but a foot of true antiquity sits in the Pallazzo dei Conservatori, of the Capotoline Museum in the Piazza dei Campidoglio in Roma.

Where is this statue?

by kiwi

It's at via del Pie' Di Marmo, Gesu-marmour feet :-)

Re: Where is this statue?

by abarbieri

It is called "Pié di Marmo" and it is now located on Via di S.Stefano del Cacco, corner with Via del Pié di Marmo from where it was moved in 1878.

VT members "martin nl"(things to do) and "sandysmith"(off the beaten path) do have a tip about it in their Rome travel pages.

Kiwi: What do you mean with Gesu marmour feet?

Antonio

Re: Where is this statue?

by TravelTwee

Thanks everyone!

Travel Tips for Rome

Architecture

by Packerman

Look around at all the different architecture. Rome has plenty to see, but don't get so busy that you miss the color and flavor of Rome. These buildings stood out to me because they look relatively new and are very brightly colored. They are located just north of the train station Termini near Santa Susanna & S. Maria D. Vittoria churches. The smooth flavorful gelato!!!

Piazzale Garibaldi

by sandysmith

The Janiculum hill was the scene of Garibaldi's heroic stand in defense of the Roman Republic against French troops.
Hence his statue is a proud monument of the square here.

Everyday at noon from the balcony of the piazzale can be heard a cannon shot giving a sign of the exact time. This tradition began in December 1847, when the cannon of the Castel Sant'Angelo was giving the official time of Rome and the sign to all the bell-towers to start ringing. On 24 January 1904 this custom was brought to Janiculum and continued till 1939 but restarted in 1959.

Taxi vs. Red Tour Bus

by stappm

We took the Red tour bus one evening and went back to get a 3 day pass the next day.... after waiting 40 min and watching 3 buses pass us by, they were all full. We decided the bus pass was not a very good deal if you could not actually get on one!

So..... If you are a group of 3 or more people I would recommed cabbing it to and from your pick of sites, you'll save time and probably spend about the same amount of money, collectively.

Open Late

by fdrich29 about La Matriciana Ristorante

After a very long day of enjoying the sites of Rome we didn't venture out for dinner until well after 10pm and many places had stopped serving. We were referred to La Matriciana, which is behind our hotel, directly across from the Opera. We were allowed in, but the waiters made it clear that they would be closing soon and all we could order was a main course. My wife and I, being very hungry, were fine with that and ordered the veal cutlets and spinach. The food was fine and we left fairly satisfied, but wishing we had gotten there early enough to try some other dishes.

Inside the Coliseum

by chrismj

Maybe it was just my lack of imagination, but I found it hard to believe that this was the place where so much blood was spilled.

The Coliseum was amazing real life theatre. Everyone knows about the lions but they also had reproductions of sea battles where they would flood the ground level.

It's worth a look inside but the Coliseum is at its best from the outside I think.

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