Rome on map
Roma on map. Rome on map (Lazio - Italy) to print. Rome on map (Lazio - Italy) to download. Rome constitutes a comune speciale, named "Roma Capitale", and is the largest both in terms of land area and population among the 8,101 comuni of Italy. It is governed by a mayor, currently Gianni Alemanno, and a city council. The seat of the comune is the Palazzo Senatorio on the Capitoline Hill, the historic seat of the city government.
Rome (pronounced /roʊm/; Italian: Roma, pronounced [ˈroma]; Latin: Roma) is the capital city of Italy and of the Lazio region, and is Italy largest and most populous city as its shown in Rome on map. The name could derive from the names of legendary founders of Rome, the twins Romulus and Remus, or from the Etruscan word "rumon," which means "river," or from the Greek "reuma," which means "flowing," or from an archaic Latin word "ruma," which means the hump of an animal back, and can be imagined to mean "hill."
Rome, Italian Roma, historic city and capital of Roma provincia (province), of Lazio regione (region), and of the country of Italy. Rome is located in the central portion of the Italian peninsula, on the Tiber River about 15 miles (24 km) inland from the Tyrrhenian Sea as its mentioned in Rome on map. Once the capital of an ancient republic and empire whose armies and polity defined the Western world in antiquity and left seemingly indelible imprints thereafter, the spiritual and physical seat of the Roman Catholic Church, and the site of major pinnacles of artistic and intellectual achievement.
Rome is a city of almost 3 million inhabitants. Capital of Italy, its origins date back to the year 753 BC. Rome was founded according to legend by the brothers Remus and Romulus. Rome is located in the region of Lazio, on the banks of the Tiber River (as its shown in Rome on map). If Rome is called the Eternal City, it is because Rome has always been and always will be. Nearly 2,800 years of history are intertwined, sulking and finding themselves in a fascinating urban disorder, the result of the three eras that have made up the city history. Rome will be ad vitam aeternam the paradise of hedonists.