It's a statue called "The Man Who Measures the Clouds" by the contemporary Flemish artist Jean Fabre. It and a tortoise sculpture by the same artist are being ...
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Although your title says "in Rome", you list Greccio, Monte Cassino and Subiaco, which are all outside of Rome, although still within the same region of Lazio.
The link works perfectly for me...
The place is called Mario e Paola Bevilacqua, and there are two stores; one is at Santa Maria del Giglio (San Marco 2520), t...
This restaurant serves no seafood at all:
This is presumably the one you are thinking of; it's behind the basilica.
Or, also on the page your link opens, simply scroll down to the title and click on it; you will get all the details and all the dates. There's nothing mad abou...
This Web site of the City of Rome is in my experience the most reliable one with respect to opening times etc.
There are no works by Titian in the Scuola di San Rocco; they are all by Tintoretto and his assistants.
No. The Duomo is not closed. The Museo dell'Opera del Duomo is closed until late fall of next year; it will reopen in November 2015.