In Rome the population is about 2,777,979 -because it may have increased over the years since the ones I could find were from 2009. The weather durning the summer is uncomfortably hot, temperatures often exceeding 95 degrees at midday. Winter is mild ,with the average temperature in December around 55 degrees. Rain showers are possible anytime. In spring the weather is warm. The geography of Rome is characterized by the seven hills and the Tiber River. Its situated on the Eastern banks of Tiber. Rome lies to the west of the Apennine Mountains that forms the backbone of peninsular Italy. Tourist Sites:
1 Colosseum- The hugest structure of it's type in ancient Rome, the elliptical shaped colosseum took about 10 years to build. It was the center of ancient Rome entertainment. 2 Roman Forum- The central area around which the ancient Rome developed. Administrative and corporate heart of Rome. 3 Pantheon - One of the most impressive buildings of the Imperial Rome. Originally dedicated as a temple to "all the gods", therefore the name.
4 Castel Sant' Angelo - This Fortress was built as a mausoleum for the Emperor Hadrian, but it has also been a prison and a papal residence. It was used by former Popes who absconded there for protection in times of danger.
5 Trevi Fountain-The Trevi fountain, inspired by Roman triumphal arches, is the largest and most famous Baroque fountain in Rome.
The dishes they eat are :
Bucatini all'amatriciana-This dish is made with bucatini. If you are in Amatrice, it is sauced with tomato, and guanciale, but if you are in Rome, garlic and onions will be added to the sauce. In both cities, it is sprinkled with pecorino cheese. The origin of the dish remains unclear. Its name would indicate that it originated in Amatrice, however the Romans dispute that theory. Pasta Cacio e Pepe.-A simple dish, this is generally bucatini served with pecorino cheese and heaps of black pepper. Penne all' Arrabbiata.- Arrabbiata...
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