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Guide to Underground Rome/ Guida Di Roma Sotterranea: From Cloaca Massima to Domus Aurea: The Most Fascinating Underground Sites of the Capital (Anglais) Relié – 15 avril 2010

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A brief glance at the title of this book ­ "Guide to Underground Rome" ­ immediately brings one question to mind: Is it really possible that so much beauty and such an immense number of unexplored spaces could be hiding underneath Rome? A perfectly legitimate question, since so few people have had the opportunity that Carlo Pavia has to experience these sensations which he has so admirably been able to translate into words and images. Placing himself in his readers' shoes, his language clear and charming, he takes them practically by the hand down into the bowels of the city, with descriptions that illuminate without being too technical. The result is a book suitable for everyone, and the essential vademecum for those wishing to undertake a visit to the largest hidden museum in the world ­ Underground Rome. Dopo aver dato una seppur veloce occhiata al libro "Guida dei sotterranei di Roma" una domanda nasce immediata: "È mai possibile che sotto Roma si nasconda cotanta bellezza e soprattutto tale immane quantità di ambienti nascosti? ". È una domanda più che lecita perché pochissime persone hanno avuto la possibilità di gustare tutte quelle sensazioni che Carlo Pavia ha saputo così mirabilmente portare in immagini e testi. Egli, l'autore, si è immedesimato nel lettore e lo accompagna, quasi per mano, nelle viscere della terra romana utilizzando un linguaggio chiaro ed accattivante ed una descrizione dei luoghi senza peccare di estrema professionalità. Ne risulta un libro adatto a tutti e l'essenziale vademecum per chi volesse intraprendere la visita del più grande museo nascosto del mondo, Roma sotterranea. Fabien Paris da "Profilo di un autore" Carlo Pavia is a scholar of Ancient Archaeology and Topography, who has dedicated himself for years now almost exclusively to the study and documentation of subterranean Ancient Rome and, at the same time, the mo ....La descrizione continua sul sito

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fascinating 1 mai 2010
Par Bonnie Neely - Publié sur
Format: Relié
Guide to Underground Rome: From Cloaca Massima to Domus Aurea, The Most Fascinating Underground Sites of the Capital by Carlo Pavia is a really fascinating book which describes in details and with many photos the underground explorations and tours available in Rome, Italy. The text is in English and Italian. We were amazed to learn that in 2,000 years up to fifteen meters of debris from earthquakes, floods, normal deterioration, fires, and waste dumps built up over Rome. Now archeologists and others who wished to study below the surface and learn more of the history of ancient Rome have successfully excavated miles of tunnels and found absolutely fascinating discoveries which tell detailed stories of what happened over the ages. You can even tunnel through the home of Nero, before Rome burned, in its elaborate detail with paintings and some furnishing still intact! and, of course, many tombs are in these underground areas and so much more. The book is very interesting and the facts carefully documented and the photos are enlightening. This is especially a good way for interested persons with lung problems to see Underground Rome without risking the lurking molds and mildew and dust.
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