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VIA GIULIA

Laid out by Bramante during the reign of Julius II, this half-mile-long cobbled street is one of the first important urban planning projects in Renaissance Rome. Built in the early 16th century, it runs in a straight line following the tight curve of the Tiber. Today its modest structures provide one of Rome’s elite shopping streets with an extraordinary array of monuments such as the Farnese Arch, the Fountain of the Mask and the small Armenian church.

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