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AVENTINE HILL

Known as the hill of poetry, has inspired the ageless verses of Gabriele D’Annunzio and Giosué Carducci, who, fascinated by its beauty, celebrated its splendor. The name is probably derived from the Latin word ‘aves’, meaning birds. The same birds spotted by Remus in competition with his brother Romulus, willing to decide the place Rome should be built.

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