Better known as the “Eternal City”, “caput mundi”, “navel of the world”, Rome is without doubt one of the most beautiful and historic cities in the world. Its historic center is bounded by the Aurelian walls and the Gianicolense walls, guarding over 25,000 points of environmental and archaeological interest. The World Heritage site, includes some of the most important monuments of antiquity, among which the Imperial Forum, the Baths of Caracalla, one of the most magnificent examples of public baths, and the Circus Maximus, dedicated to the chariots races. Famous mausoleums including that of Augustus, and that of Hadrian, which stands Castel Sant’Angelo, connected to the city of the Vatican by a fortified corridor. Always in the historic center of Rome it is the Pantheon, a temple dedicated to the deity of the Olimpo. Of great interest are also the monumental columns: Trajan’s Column and the Column of Marcus Aurelius. A lot of beautiful squares: Campo dei Fiori, Piazza Navona, Piazza di Spagna, Piazza del Popolo, Piazza Venezia and the Largo Torre Argentina. In addition to the historical center of Rome, in the UNESCO list are the most beautiful churches in the Capital: St. Mary Major, St. John Lateran and St. Paul Outside the Walls. Along with the historic center of Rome and to the three major churches, in the World Heritage List have been included also several buildings of considerable interest owned by the Vatican, as the Chancery, the Palace of Propilei,the Maffei Palace, the Palazzo San Callisto and, finally, the Palace of Propaganda Fide.