Art in Rome

MAAM (Museum of the Other and of the Elsewhere). This was a former salami factory occupied by homeless immigrants and now hosts one of Rome’s most important contemporary art spaces, with installations and paintings by more that 300 artists from around the world. Open on Saturday, FREE entrance but a donation is welcome. Via Prenestina, 913 Villa Medici (the French Academy)is one of Rome’s most beautiful nobile villas, right above piazza del Popolo. Every Thursday it host an art exposition. Have a look here for the program. FREE entrance. Viale della Trinitá de Monti, 1 CRAAK! (festival of drawn and …

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Non-tourist Rome: a guide from the underground

This is a little guide of the non-tourist Rome made by locals. Here you find tips on where to go if you are searching for cheap, authentic and non-touristy places. in particular you’ll find info on: History and roman dialect in a nutshell Festivals and live music Restaurants, pizzerie and multiethnic food parks squats  (occupations for social purposes such as concerts, festivals and expositions) Critical Mass and bike-kitchens We get no-profit from this guide, we don’t receive any compensation from the suggested places and we wrote it simply because we love our city. If you travel in a real way, you’ll …

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