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VIA URBANA

Laid upon the ancient Vicus Patricius, it owes its name to Pope Urban VIII who ordered the street to be straightened and widened during the 17th century. Located in what is known as the city’s “Monti” district, this narrow and lively alley is dotted with artisans’ shops, picturesque little restaurants and coffee bars. Santa Pudenziana, the first Christian church in Rome, was built on this road.

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