Janiculum

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Janiculum:

see Rome before Augustus under RomeRome,
Ital. Roma, city (1991 pop. 2,775,250), capital of Italy and see of the pope, whose residence, Vatican City, is a sovereign state within the city of Rome. Rome is also the capital of Latium, a region of central Italy, and of Rome prov.
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Janiculum

a hill in Rome across the River Tiber from the Seven Hills
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A recent drought influenced the quantity, 'but not the quality of the truffles,' Gianicolo said.
Diez artistas en el Gianicolo (1923-1927), Madrid, 2004, pp.
His revolutionary work has been commemorated with numerous monuments all around Bulgaria, as well as in his native village in modern Greece and on the hill of Gianicolo in Rome, where a monument of Garibaldi also stands.
Among specific topics are walls and gates, Gianicolo busts, traffic cop, immigrants, Cleveland and the unmaking of city, Curitiba and the making of community, memos on Pudong, why traffic is not a problem, things can get better or worse, and the civil service Giants.
The premise of Malerba's story is based on an earlier dream recorded in his 1981 Diario di un sognatore: "Mi aggiro preoccupato fra i turisti del Gianicolo.
1 Ruris bibliotheca delicati), quella posta sul Gianicolo, ampiamente descritta in 4, 64, a proposito della quale a v.
The school was first located at the old sixteenth-century Roman villa, Villa Lante Gianicolo, designed by Giulio Romano, on the highest hill in Rome at 7 Via Vittori.
For instance, in chapter 3, the city is viewed from the Janiculum, first at night: "Dal Gianicolo Roma sembrava un Luna Park, cioe era piena di luci, la grande M di Motta campeggiava dall'alto di piazza Barberini, c'era anche la Luna e Finsegna dell'Alitalia.
Here on the Gianicolo runners, walkers, dog-walkers,
Gianicolo park on the Janiculum hill offers great views of the city.
The University has recently renovated the nearby Gianicolo Residence to become the first residence hall for both full-time and study-abroad students.