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Passetto del Biscione - From Inside, Italy
Passetto del Biscione - From Inside, Italy
Passetto del Biscione
ūüďć From Inside, Italy
Passetto del Biscione is an interesting tourist attraction in Rome that offers a glimpse of the city's historical past. Built in the 15th century, the structure was originally a military defense route connecting two massive churches - Santa Maria Maggiore and the San Giovanni in Laterano. It was used by Pope Sixtus V to escape enemies and is now regarded as one of the most romantic sites in Rome. Passetto del Biscione takes visitors on a special journey to the past while they are surrounded by the beauty of nature. Along the route, visitors can explore hidden gardens, ancient walls, and terraces with spectacular views. It's a unique experience to be surrounded by Roman pillars and cobblestones as you take in the beauty of nature. Passetto del Biscione is a great place to take a romantic stroll, for a peaceful escape, or to just marvel in the beauty of the area.

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