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About Montecitorio Obelisk

 Rome

Montecitorio Obelisk and Nearby Sights on Map

Piazza Montecitorio

Where you can find the building of the House of Representatives

Temple of Hadrian

The temple of the Emperor Hadrian was consecrated in 145 by Emperor Antoninus Pius

Pie di Marmo

The marble foot belonged to a temple of the Egyptian gods Isis and Osiris

Piazza di Sant'Ignazio

Small and attractive piazza tucked away in a neighborhood near Pantheon

Sant'Ignazio

Not far from the Pantheon

Column of Marcus Aurelius

The Colonna di Marco Aurelio or Column of Marcus Aurelius, also known as Aurelian Column, is a 2nd century Roman victory column commemorating the Emperor's victorious military campaigns in the north against the Germanic Marcomannis, Quadis and Sarmatian Iazyges invasions, which lasted from 166 AD to his death in 180 AD

Santa Maria Sopra Minerva

Bernini's masterpiece, an obelisk on the back of an elephant

Pantheon

Originally built in 27 BCE, by Emperor Hadrian, the Pantheon was a temple to all gods of the Roman state, but has served as a Christian church since the 7th century

Trevi Fountain

Completed in 1762 to a design by Nicola Salvi, this spectacular Baroque fountain features a mythological sculptural composition of Neptune, god of the sea, flanked by two Tritons: one Triton labours to control a violent sea-horse, the other controls a pacified creature, both symbolising the dual nature of the world's oceans

Church of San Luigi dei Francesi

This church is roughly halfway between Piazza Navona and the Pantheon