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no. 7 / wednesday / 13 April 2011
LUIGI ONTANI Lapsus Lupus Rome 1991
Ontani is one of the most unusual artists around and is also internationally notorious. Coming upon his images in art galleries and museums, they astonish and amuse you each time. He came to show in Rome in the 1960s and was one of the first to take part in happenings here, in tableaux vivants – living pictures – to use films and specially photography; he distributed fine drawings of hobgoblins, weird fauna, or himself as angel or faun. At one point he decided to choose his own person – his face as well as his body – to be his sole subject matter. He has been faithful to himself ever since. Here in Rome for our cover Ontani shows himself in a blue light as our She-Wolf, patiently and wisely sheltering the pudgy twins, one black, one white, eyeing us mildly. He has shown his conceits all over the world – at the Centre Pompidou in Paris, at several biennales in Venice, at the Guggenheim, recently in retrospectives at PS 1 in Queens and MoMA in Manhattan. He is a one man art movement. But at times Ontani shows himself looking at you with a melancholy measured mein, in the absolutely deadpan manner of Buster Keaton. In making himself his own art object, in offering himself so indulgently and bravely, he is creating a touching thing, gloriously and humbly beyond himself.
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THE LIBYAN QUESTION James Walston
LAZIO'S ORGANIC VINEYARDS Bija Knowles
EXPLORING THE PRENESTINI MOUNTAINS Margaret Stenhouse
WHAT’S ON & WHERE TO GO IN ITALY
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THE LIBYAN QUESTION Italy is hopelessly divided over its policy on Libya repression of the Senussi revolt in eastern Libya carried out by Rodolfo Graziani, the leader of Italy’s occupying forces. When Qaddafi arrived in Italy last year, he had a picture of the Senussi Italian premier Silvio Berlusconi and resistance leader Omar al Mukhtar, who had been hanged by Libya’s leader Muammar Qaddafi personified the cosy relationship that existed between Graziani, pinned on his dress uniform. It is ironic that Qaddafi’s both countries until February this year. fiercest opponents today are the descendents of Mukhtar in lmost exactly a century after Italy’s invasion of Libya in Benghazi and Cyrenaica, Libya’s easternmost province. As well as apoloSeptember 1911, Italian planes are patrolling the airways and gies, Berlusconi promised economic reparation. As part of settling old colonaval ships are deployed off the north African coast. But the siminial scores, the Italian government promised to build and upgrade Libya’s larities and the differences between the two events are massive. principal road, along the coast; this was not pure charity as Italian civil engiToday’s action is legitimised by United Nations Resolution 1973 of 17 neering companies were to take the greater part of the contracts. March, the 150th anniversary of Italy’s unification. The resolution authorises In return for the colonial reparation, ENI contracts were renewed and “Member States, acting nationally or through regional organizations or expanded and – no less importantly – Qaddafi promised to control emigraarrangements, to take all necessary measures to protect civilians under tion from Libya to Italy. Spain as well as Italy has signed bilateral agreements threat of attack in the country.” Within 24 hours of the Resolution’s adopwith her north African neighbours so that the dirty work of controlling illegal tion, French and British planes were attacking Libyan government posiimmigration is done on the other side of the sea. There have been many tions. Italy offered its bases and deployed sea and air forces, but both the reports about sub-human conditions in these camps, not only in Libya but prime minister Silvio Berlusconi and the president Giorgio Napolitano also in Moroccco and Tunisia, where would-be immigrants, many of them made it very clear that Italy was not flying combat missions. Ten days later refugees from Somalia, Eritrea and other parts of the Horn of Africa, are held. on 27 March, NATO took over the military coordination of the operation. This cosy arrangement between Italy and Libya changed dramatically in On the face of it the Libyan crisis looked a simple one: popular demonFebruary this year when the Italian government was obliged to choose strations against Muammar Qaddafi’s government were being brutally supbetween supporting a useful and friendly but ruthless and bloodthirsty dicpressed and there was a good chance that there would be major civilian tator or some of its European allies, as well as some Arab and African councasualties. In the past Qaddafi had never been very tender with opposition tries who wanted to stop the massacre of civilians in Libya and exploit an and there was no reason to think he might be now. With Kosovo and Bosnia opportunity to get rid of Qaddafi. not so very far away and the costs of non-intervention in Rwanda and The mainstream political left in Italy, the Partito Democratico (PD), supDarfur in everyone’s mind, there were good reasons for the UN to invoke ported intervention although on the far left there were a few die-hard pacithe doctrine of humanitarian intervention. fists who preferred Qaddafi to any alternative imposed by western and Arab There were also good realpolitik reasons to act. Libya has the largest weapons. high-quality oil reserves in Africa (and the closest to Europe) and production Parts of Berlusconi’s Popolo della Libertà (PdL) were also in favour of costs there are low. Libya’s two Arab neighbours had recently thrown off intervention, but Berlusconi himself was very lukewarm and did not even their pseudo-democratic dictators, the Arab League supported UN intervenbother to appear in parliament to explain Italy’s support of the UN tion and the African Union did not actively oppose it (indeed some memResolution. His cabinet was divided: Foreign minister Franco Frattini initialbers, like South Africa on the UN Security Council, initially supported interly expressed a forceful “maybe” followed by support for whatever other vention). This was not going to be another unilateral American or almost unicountries (France, Britain and the United States) might do. Only the defence lateral Anglo-American invasion. UN Resolution 1973 explicitly prohibits the minister Ignazio La Russa showed his far-right origins and declaimed a use of ground forces, so there should have been no problems for Italy. more bellicose stance than either Nicolas Sarkozy or David Cameron and Instead, Italy is hopelessly divided once again in its foreign policy, and much more than the very hesitant Barack Obama. once again the divisions are not between political left and right. It was only Other parts of the right were much more hesitant. Their motives were a last August that Berlusconi and Qaddafi were schmoozing happily together mix of anti-French and anti-immigrant feelings. Some of the PdL felt that this in Rome and watching a horse show. When the unrest began in Libya was just Sarkozy’s war. The Lega Nord wanted to stop north African immiBerlusconi’s first public statements were that Qaddafi “should not be disturgrants arriving in Italy and would use the navy to do so. Initially mainly bed”, and a photo of him kissing the Libyan leader’s hand like a mafioso Tunisian immigrants made the short trip to Lampedusa. Then real refugees greeting his boss went round the world. started to come from Libya, mainly sub-Saharan Africans. So far the inabiIn 2008 Berlusconi signed an Italo-Libyan treaty that consolidated Italy’s lity to deal with the immigration emergency has been worse than the milialready extensive interests in Libya. The state-controlled hydrocarbons comtary aspects of the crisis. pany ENI had been operating there since the 1950s and successive Italian Compared with the Italian invasion of Libya in 1911, the motives today – governments and private companies continued doing good business on the and the results that may occur – are very different; the only common factor other shore of the Mediterranean. Berlusconi made a big show of apologiis the ambiguity and uncertainty on this side of the Mediterranean. sing for Italy’s occupation of Libya from 1911 to 1943 and for the brutal James Walston
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LAZIO’S ORGANIC VINEYARDS
The Slow Wine Guide launched in March could give locally produced organic wines a boost – especially in Lazio
Sergio Mottura displays the produce of his family-run organic vineyard north of Viterbo.
onsumers in Italy have often viewed organic wines with suspicion. Small organic wine producers have thrived anyway, but mainly by exporting to countries where there is more demand for their produce. It seems that the Italian market is now getting ready for a greater acceptance and appreciation of locally produced organic wines, whether officially certified or not. This was certainly the message at the launch of the Slow Wine Guide 2011 in March, an event in which 50 Italian wine producers – many from Lazio – came to showcase their top wines. Carlo Petrini, the founder of the international Slow Food movement, was there to inaugurate both the wine-tasting event and the launch of the guide. In his opening speech he expressed his faith in – and enthusiasm for – the present state of wine-making in Italy, saying: “There has been a rebirth. The young wine producers here today should feel proud to work with the land. You can express your territory, your land, through your wine.” Petrini, who has campaigned against intensive food production since the 1970s, added that we all have an important part to play in the food production chain: “We must all become co-producers, not just passive consumers. Demand to know where your food and wine come from.” The authors of the Slow Wine Guide 2011 visited, interviewed and reviewed 1,850 wineries they believe cultivate and produce wines in the spirit of the Slow Food movement (which doesn’t necessarily mean organic – the Slow Food movement aims to get away from mass food production and fast food, and to encourage small local producers to grow or breed quality products). 36 wineries in Lazio are reviewed in the guide; only 14 are certified organic. One of these belongs to Sergio Mottura, who operates a family-run vineyard in northern Lazio that produces 100,000 bottles a year. It has been certified as organic since 1996, and 60 per cent of its wine is exported to countries including the US, Canada, the UK, Belgium, Russia and Switzerland. Sergio’s son, Giuseppe Mottura, explains: “Going organic wasn’t a commercial choice; it was more of a production choice, because organic cultivation methods mean the grape grows and tastes better.” The volcanic terrain and stable micro-climate around the Mottura family estate, which covers 120 hectares north of Viterbo and east of Lake Bolsena, certainly helps them to use organic cultivation methods. The weather is stable and dry during June, July and August so the vines don’t need additional chemical treatments. Giuseppe, who is also a sommelier, says: “It’s a dry climate, which means there’s less need for intervention. It makes our job easier. We also work with the area’s autochthonous vines, which are more naturally resistant to vine diseases.” Of course there are difficulties and downsides to organic vine cultivation. In 2008 there was an exceptionally wet spring, and because Mottura’s vineyards hadn’t been treated chemically they lost 70 per cent of their crop. Mottura says: “If this happens once every 40 years, you can absorb the loss. If it were to become a more frequent weather pattern, that would be a problem. The talk of global climate change is a worry – if the area around Viterbo becomes a warmer but wetter microclimate, it would be very bad for us.” Wanted in Rome 13 April 2011
Other wine producers in Lazio, including S. Andrea (producers of the delicious Moscato di Terracina, Doc) and Casale della Ioria (growing autochthonous vines in the Ciociara region around Acuto west of Rome and producing the renowned Cesanese del Piglio wine) use organic methods, but they haven’t got the organic certificate and their wines aren’t labelled organic. Why? The strict European regulations and inspections that come handin-hand with an organic certificate may be a deterrent. Another reason could be the lack of interest and demand from the Italian wine market, although this seems to be changing gradually, with the result that organic wines are no longer the poor relation of mainstream wines made from chemically treated grapes. A diversity of microclimates in Lazio enables different types of vine to be cultivated across the region, from the drier, warmer areas around Frosinone, south of Rome, where the red Cesanese grape thrives, up to the slightly wetter climate of northern Lazio around Viterbo where the white Grechetto grows. Two of Mottura’s most renowned white wines are made from Grechetto: Poggio della Costa (matured in steel barrels) and Latour a Civitella (matured in oak). Both are instantly recognisable by the distinctive porcupine label and also by their strong, full-bodied and fragrant flavour (which apparently goes really well with meat dishes such as rabbit, or a good carbonara). The Mottura vineyard has been in the family for three generations. It was started by Giuseppe’s grandfather before his father Sergio took over the business. He says: “My grandfather started this vineyard in the 1930s. It has taken us three generations to perfect the process. You only have one chance to make wine each year, so everything that you can learn from previous years – and generations – is enormously valuable.” But of their 120 hectares, just 37 are planted with vineyards; the rest is used to grow grains and to produce olive oil. This combination of wine production with other types of food production is also key to a sustainable, thriving agriculture, according to Slow Food’s Petrini, who reiterates that fine wines cannot stand alone, but must be an accompaniment for good food: “Remember that good wine is drunk with good food – so without good aubergines, good meat or good fish, there is no role for fine wine. There is no future for wine as a gourmet, fashionable product, without a strong agricultural tradition accompanying it.” Bija Knowles The Slow Wine Guide 2011, published by Slow Food Editore, is priced at €24. It’s also available for your iPhone from the App Store in English – either as a free version or a full version for €5.99.
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EXPLORING THE PRENESTINI MOUNTAINS With spring finally here the desire to get out of the city becomes almost irresistible. A sanctuary since the fourth century, La Mentorella's popularity as a pilgrimage destination has grown since the papacy of John Paul II, when the pope was a regular visitor.
ur trip starts 40km from Rome at the town of Palestrina, which can be reached along either the Via Casilina or the Via Prenestina. If you haven’t been here already, take the time to visit the remains of the monumental Roman temple of Fortuna Primigenia and the delightful archaeological museum in the Barberini Palace at the top of the hill, with its unique first-century BC mosaic of the Nile. From the museum, the road carries on towards Monte Guadagnolo and the sanctuary of the Mother of Grace, more familiarly known as La Mentorella (about 22km away and clearly indicated). You are now in the heart of the Prenestini mountains, a long, pre-Apennine chain crossing central Lazio, rich in wildlife and rare flora. The road winds upwards, revealing breathtaking views at every bend. This unspoiled wilderness, an austere landscape of monolithic white rocks, fir-crowned hills and open land where you will come across livestock wandering around freely, is perfect for walking and picnics. Various signposts indicate sentieri antichi (the ancient tracks of shepherds and pilgrims), which walkers can follow. At the town of Capranica Prenestina, circle the square and follow the sign for the Mentorella sanctuary (10km further on). About half way there, you’ll see the ranch-style gate posts of La Cannucceta agriturismo, a farm that has guest rooms and an excellent restaurant. It has a wonderful position deep inside the wooded Cannucceta valley, listed as a natural monument, where you can see the remains of an ancient Roman aqueduct and a venerable tree known as Pierluigi da Palestrina’s oak. It is said that the musician and composer came here to find inspiration under its spreading boughs. Carrying on up the road, the monumental crags of Mt Guadagnolo appear on the horizon – a jagged row of teeth surmounted by a cluster of towering aerials and satellite discs installed by the Italian defence ministry. It’s worth making a short detour to visit the town, which crowns the highest peak of the Prenestini range. Guadagnolo has something of the air of a frontier town, with its unadorned grey-stone houses and few signs of life (except on Sundays, when visitors crowd its popular little restaurant). At over 1,200m it can be chilly even in summer, so be prepared. A short walk and a steep flight of stone steps takes you up to the gigantic bronze statue of the Redeemer that holds its arms wide open to the vast 360-degree view. You get some idea of how wild the weather here can be when you read the inscription explaining that this statue was set up in 1976 to replace an earlier one destroyed in a storm. The massive stone fragments of this earlier monument lie heaped on one side; the head is in the local church. Drive back down and pick up the road to La Mentorella. Perched on a Wanted in Rome 13 April 2011
pinnacle of white rock, this is believed to be the oldest sanctuary dedicated to the Virgin Mary, consecrated by Pope Sylvester I in the fourth century. There are two theories regarding its rather strange nickname: one claims it derives from the scented mint (menta odorosa) that grows abundantly in the area, while the other suggests it comes from vultur, with reference to the vultures that once nested on the crag, giving it the name Vulturella, gradually transformed into Mentorella. Although always a popular centre of local pilgrimage and an important Benedictine sanctuary, it only became widely known in the 1980s, during the papacy of John Paul II. Belonging to the congregation of Polish Resurrectionist Fathers since 1857, it was a favourite spot for the Polish Karol Wojtyla who visited it often. A 7km footpath dedicated to Pope Wojtyla leads off just outside the sanctuary gates and ends up at the neighbouring town of Pisoniano, passing the ruins of a villa that belonged to the powerful Roman Calpurnius Piso family. It’s an interesting trek, but over very rough terrain, and should only be undertaken by experienced hikers. The little church of the Mother of Grace has kept its simple mediaeval form. The columns of the aisles are decorated with 15th-century frescos of saints and a modern stained glass window at the back of the choir commemorates the Polish Catholic Millennium (966-1966). The much venerated wooden statue of the Madonna and Child, believed to date from the 13th century, stands on the main altar, surrounded by rows of silver ex-voto hearts testifying to miracles performed and prayers granted. A path round the back of the church leads to the grotto of St Benedict and the Holy Staircase. Benedict (obviously a man of iron constitution) is said to have lived secluded in this narrow cave for two years. At the entrance, a pile of skulls lies in a glassed-off niche inscribed with the grim reminder: “What you are, we once were. What we are, you will become. The bones of the Benedictines await the Resurrection.” The Holy Staircase (“Indulgences granted”, claims the nearby plaque) goes up to the old belfry tower with a stunning view. A long, swinging rope dangles from the two bells. Despite the notice that advises: “Don’t be a bell ringer if your heart doesn’t beat as a Christian”, many visitors (especially young ones) cannot resist the temptation. Margaret Stenhouse Sanctuary of La Mentorella, tel. 0695471899. Daily 08.30-19.00. Mass times: weekdays 16.00, Sundays 10.00, 11.00, 12.30, 17.00. Where to eat: Guadagnolo: Ristorante da Romano, Via del Salvatore, tel. 0695471915, Tuesday closed. Agriturismo La Cannuccetta, Strada Provinciale Castel S. Pietro Romano, tel. 069535811, Monday closed.
For more details see www.museiincomuneroma.it and www.beniculturali.it. Below is a LIST OF THE MAJOR MUSEUMS AND ARCHAEOLOGICAL SITES IN ROME; in general, ticket offices shut approximately one hour before final closing time. In most cases admission is free for EU citizens under 18 and over 65 and reduced for those aged 18-25. Book tickets for many Rome museums and archaeological sites on tel. 060608 or online at www.060608.it. Book tickets for the Borghese Museum, Etruscan Museum at Villa Giulia, Palazzo Barberini and Palazzo Corsini online at www.beniculturali.it.
VATICAN MUSEUMS Sun (and bank holidays) closed except last Sun of month (free entry, 08.30-12.30). All times refer to last entry. For group tours of the museums and Vatican
gardens tel. 0669884667. For private tours (museum only) tel. 0669884947. Closed 26 December and 6 January, Easter Sunday and Monday.
Baths of Diocletian Viale Enrico de Nicola 78, tel. 0639967700. Part of the protohistorical section of the Museo Nazionale Romano in the Baths of Diocletian plus the restored cloister by Michelangelo. 09.00-19.45. Mon closed.
O Galleria Nazionale d’Arte Moderna Viale delle Belle Arti 131, tel. 06322981. National collection of modern art. 08.30-19.30. Mon closed. Guided tours in English (on prior booking) and Italian.
O Borghese Museum Piazzale Scipione Borghese (Villa Borghese), tel. 06328101. Sculptures by Bernini and Canova, paintings by Titian, Caravaggio, Raphael, Correggio. 09.0019.30. Mon closed. Entry times at 09.00, 11.00, 13.00 15.00, 17.00. Guided tours in English and Italian.
O MAXXI Via Guido Reni 6, tel. 063210181. National Museum of 21th-century art, designed by Zaha Hadid. Tues-Sun 11.00-19.00, Thurs and Sat 11.00-22.00. Mon closed.
O Museo Nazionale del Palazzo Venezia Via del Plebiscito 118, tel. 0669994285. Residence of Pope Paul II in the 15th century, it was the embassy of the Republic of Venice and then of the Austrian Empire. Paintings, sculpture, bronzes by Pisanello and Bernini. 08.30-19.30, Mon closed.
Viale del Vaticano, tel. 0669883860. Not only the Sistine Chapel but also the Egyptian and Etruscan collections and the Pinacoteca. Mon-Sat 09.00-18.00.
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Castel S. Angelo Museum Lungotevere Castello 50, tel. 066819111. Emperor Hadrian’s mausoleum used by the popes as a fortress, prison and palace. 09.00-19.00. Mon closed. O
Colosseum, Palatine and Roman Forum Colosseum: Piazza del Colosseo. Palatine: entrances at Piazza di S. Maria Nova 53 and Via di S. Gregorio 30. Roman Forum: entrances at Largo Romolo e Remo 5-6 and Piazza di S. Maria Nova 53, tel. 0639967700. 08.3019.15. Single ticket gives entry to the Colosseum and the Palatine (including the Museo Palatino; last entry one hour before closing). Guided tours in English and Italian. O
O Crypta Balbi Via delle Botteghe Oscure 31, tel. 0639967700. Museum dedicated to the Middle Ages on the site of the ancient ruins of the Roman Theatre of Balbus. 09.00-19.00. Mon closed. Guided tours in Italian.
O Museo dei Fori Imperiali and Trajan’s Markets Via IV Novembre 94, tel. 060608. Museum dedicated to the forums of Caesar, Augustus, Nerva and Trajan and the Temple of Peace. 09.00-19.00. Mon closed. O Museo delle Arti e Tradizioni Popolari Piazza G. Marconi 10, EUR, tel. 060608. Traditional Italian tools, crafts, clothing, furniture, musical instruments, jewellery. Tues-Fri 09.00-18.00, Sat-Sun 09.0020.00. Mon closed. Guided tours in Italian on prior booking. O Museo Nazionale d’Arte Orientale Via Merulana 248, tel. 0646974832. Interesting national collection of oriental art with some special exhibitions from its own collection and special loans. Tues, Wed, and Fri. 09.00-14.00. Thurs, Sat, Sun. 09.00-19.30. Mon closed. Guided tours in Italian on Sun (11.00 and 17.00).
O Museo Preistorico ed Etnografico L. Pigorini Piazza G. Marconi 14, EUR, tel. 06549521. Prehistoric Italian artefacts and ethnological material from various cultures. 10.00-18.00. O Palazzo Altemps Piazza S. Apollinare 46, tel. 0639967700. Ancient sculpture from the Museo Nazionale Romano, including the Ludovisi collection. 09.00-19.45. Mon closed. O Palazzo Barberini Via delle Quattro Fontane 13, tel. 064824184. National collection of 13th- to 16th-century paintings. 08.3019.30. Mon closed. O Palazzo Massimo alle Terme Largo di Villa Peretti 1, tel. 0639967700. Important Roman paintings, mosaics, sculpture, coins and antiquities from the Museo Nazionale Romano, including the Kircherian collection. 09.00-19.45. Mon closed. O Vittoriano Piazza Aracoeli, tel. 066991718. Monument to Vittorio Emanuele II and Italian unity. Also Museo Centrale del Risorgimento. 10.00-16.00. Mon closed. Entry free.
CITY MUSEUMS ACEA (Montemartini) Art Centre Via Ostiense 106, tel. 060608. Over 400 pieces of ancient sculpture from the Capitoline Museums are on show in a former power plant. 09.00-19.00. Mon closed. Guided tours in English for groups if reserved in advance. O
Capitoline Museums Piazza del Campidoglio, tel. 060608. The city’s collection of ancient sculpture in Palazzo Nuovo and Palazzo dei Conservatori, plus the Tabularium and the Pinacoteca. 09.00-20.00. Mon closed. Guided tours for groups in English and Italian on Sat and Sun. O
O MACRO Via Reggio Emilia 54, tel. 060608. The city’s collec-
Doria Pamphilj Gallery Palazzo Doria Pamphilj, Via del Corso 305, tel. 066797323. Residence of the Doria Pamphilj family, it contains the family’s private art collection, which includes a portrait by Velasquez, a sculpture by Bernini, plus works by Raphael, Titian, Tintoretto and Caravaggio. 10.00-17.00. O
Galleria Colonna Palazzo Colonna, Via della Pilotta 17, tel. 066784350. Private collection of works by O
tion of contemporary art, plus temporary exhibition space. Via Reggio Emilia 09.00-19.00. Mon closed. Also MACRO Future, Piazza Orazio Giustiniani 4, tel. 060608. Open for temporary exhibitions only 16.0024.00. Mon closed. O Museo Barracco Corso Vittorio Emanuele II 166, tel. 0668806848. A collection of mainly pre-Roman sculpture. Tues-Sun 09.00-19.00. Mon closed. O Museo dell’Ara Pacis Lungotevere in Augusta, tel. 060608. Home of the Roman altar to peace commissioned by Emperor Caesar Augustus in the 1st century AD. The museum was designed by American architect Richard Meier. 09.00-19.00. Mon closed.
Veronese, Guido Reni, Pietro di Cortona and Annibale Caracci. Open Sat 09.00-13.00 only. Private group tours of the collection are available seven days a week on request. For visitors with special needs such as wheelchair access contact the gallery to arrange alternative entrance. O Keats-Shelley Memorial House Piazza di Spagna 26, tel. 066784235. Museum dedicated to the lives of three English Romantic poets – John Keats, Percy Bysshe Shelley and Lord Byron.
O Museo Napoleonico Piazza di Ponte Umberto 1, tel. 060608. Paintings, sculptures and jewellery related to Napoleon and the Bonaparte family. 09.00-19.00. Mon closed. Guided tours in Italian and English. O Museo di Roma – Palazzo Braschi Via S. Pantaleo 10, tel. 060608. The city’s collection of paintings, etchings, photographs, furniture and clothes from the Middle Ages to the 20th century. 09.00-19.00. Mon closed. Guided tours in English and Italian on prior booking tel. 0682059127. O Palazzo delle Esposizioni Via Nazionale 194, tel. 0639967500. Large space which hosts several travelling exhibitions each year. Tues, Wed, Thurs 10.00-20.00. Fri and Sat 10.00-22.30. Sun 10.00-20.00. Mon closed.
Mon-Fri 10.00-13.00, 14.00-18.00; Sat 11.00-14.00, 15.00-18.00. Guided tours on prior booking. www.keats-shelley-house.org. O Museo Canonica Viale P. Canonica 2 (Villa Borghese), tel. 060608. The collection, private apartment and studio of the sculptor and musician Pietro Canonica who died in 1959. 09.00-19.00. Mon closed. Guided tours in Italian and English (book ten days in advance).
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EXHIBITIONS SETTIMANA DELLA CULTURA 9-1 17 April During the annual week of culture all state museums and archaeological sites are open throughout the country free of charge. For full details see www.beniculturali.it.
statues mostly of Roman emperors. The exhibition starts with the late Roman republican period and ends with Imperial Rome. Musei Capitolini. Via del Campidoglio 1, tel. 0667102475, www.museicapitolini.org. Tue-Sun 09.00-20.00.
ZINGARI Il presente eroico 1-2 26 April Dedicated to the Rom culture, this multimedia exhibition comprises photographs from the 1930s and 1960s-1970s and the screening of a biographical documentary on gypsy life titled Weaving Two Worlds by Belgian Jan Yoors. In 1934, 12-year-old Yoors befriended a group of Rom children near his home in Antwerp. He soon began living with them and spent six months in their company as they travelled through Turkey, Poland, Germany, France, Spain, Yugoslavia, Romania and Hungary. The Rom community in Rome has received much media coverage in recent times due to the tragic fire at Tor Fiscale in February resulting in the deaths of four Rom children. Sala S. Rita, Via Montanara 8, tel. 0667103780. Mon-Fri 10.00-18.00.
DI TRE COLORI 23 March-1 1 May Of Three Colours is the title of an installation conceived and created by Anna Onesti for the 150th anniversary of Italy’s unification. The work consists of 150 paper lanterns in the colours of the Italian flag. The paper has been dyed with speciallyproduced natural pigments and painted by the artist using ancient Japanese techniques. Istituto Nazionale per la Grafica, Palazzo Poli, Via Poli 54, tel. 069980242. 10.00-19.00. Mon closed.
IL GUERCINO RITROVATO Quando Amore ferma la Guerra 22 March-1 12 June This exhibition showcases Guercino’s recentlyrestored masterpiece, “Marte furibondo ritenuto da un Amorino”. Along with Domenichino, Lanfranco and Guido Reni, Guercino (15911666) was an important exponent of the Scuola Bolognese. Disaffected by baroque excess the group founded a more grounded, realistic art movement which came to be known as naturalism. Castel S. Angelo, Lungotevere Castello 50, tel. 066819111. Tues-Sun 09.00-19.00. NERONE 1 April-1 18 Sept The exhibition highlights the many faces of the cruel Roman Emperor Nero, who according to legend, set fire to Rome and had his mother and stepbrother killed, amongst other atrocities. Through documents and artefacts the exhibition illustrates Nero’s role in culture and his influence as a political reformer. Showing at various sites in the Roman Forum, the Palatine Hill and the Colosseum. For information tel. 060608. 8.30-17.00. COPYRIGHT ITALIA Marchi, brevetti, prodotti dal 1948 al 1970 25 March-3 3 July Examining Italian innovation and industry through trademarks, patents and products from the late 1940s to 1970, this exhibition traces the development of Italy’s industrial output and creativity from its post-world war two reconstruction and subsequent boom years through to internationally recognised brands of more recent times. Mon closed. Archivio Centrale dello Stato, Piazzale degli Archivi 27, tel. 0654548, www.acs.beniculturali.it. 10.30-18.30. RITRATTI Le Tante Facce del Potere 25 Sept 10 March-2 The present exhibition, the second in the fiveyear project organised by the Capitoline Museums, I Giorni di Roma, focuses on ancient Roman portraiture with a selection of 150 heads and busts, as well as full-length
ALEKSANDR DEINEKA Il maestro sovietico della modernità 19 Feb-1 1 May The exhibition of work by painter and graphic artist Aleksandr Deineka is the first time a solo show has been dedicated to him outside the borders of his own country. Deineka, who served with the Red Army before studying art, was a founder member of the Society of Easel Painters, whose members used a figurative approach to reconcile politically motivated modern subjects with contemporary styles. Palazzo delle Esposizioni, Via Nazionale 194, tel. 0639967500. 10.00-20.00. Fri and Sat 10.00-22.30. Mon closed. CARAVAGGIO. LA CAPPELLA CONTARELLI. 9 March-1 15 Oct An exhibition of the x-ray testing of Caravaggio’s paintings from the chapel of Rome’s S. Luigi dei Francesi. The exhibition presents the results of xray tests carried out on three paintings: Martyrdom of St Matthew, Call of St Matthew and St Matthew and the Angel. Caravaggio. La Cappella Contarelli, Palazzo Venezia, Via del Plebiscito 118. 10.00-19.00. DANTE GABRIEL ROSSETTI, EDWARD BURNE-J JONES Il mito dell’Italia nell’Inghilterra Vittoriana 24 Feb-1 12 June This exhibition dedicated to the British PreRaphaelites shows over 100 works on loan from international museums and private collections. The core of the show features paintings by Dante Gabriel Rossetti, Edward Burne-Jones and William Morris and explores the classicism of artists such as Frederick Leighton. There is also a section that focuses on the relationship between English works and Italian prototypes with paintings by Giotto, Botticelli, Titian, Veronese, Tintoretto and others. Galleria Nazionale d’Arte Moderna, Viale delle Belle Arti 131, tel. 0632298221. 08.30-19.30. Mon closed. LORENZO LOTTO 1480-1 1556 2 March-1 12 June Lotto was born in Venice and was a key painter of the city’s Renaissance. He arrived in Rome in 1508, after several years in Treviso and Recanati, summoned by Julius II to decorate the papal apartments. But it is thought that he fell out with Raphael and left, disillusioned, two years later, never to return. This retrospective covers Lotto’s artistic life and highlights the poetic qualities of the artist who combined some of the traditional elements of 15th-century art with the innovative elements of the baroque age. Scuderie del Quirinale, Via XXIV Maggio 16, tel. 0639967500. 10.00-20.00. Fri and Sat 10.00-22.30. Mon closed.
MICHELANGELO PISTOLETTO Da uno a molti, 1956-1 1974 4 March-1 15 August Organised with the Philadelphia Museum of Art, the exhibition presents over 100 works from both American and European private collections. It follows Pistoletto’s development from the first portraits in the mid-1950s through to the collective actions of the late 1960s and early 1970s. MAXXI, Via Giudo Reni 4/a, tel. 0639967350. 11.0019.00. Thurs and Sat 11.00-22.00. Mon closed. YAYOI KUSAMA 25 March-7 7 May
Work by Japanese artist Yayoi Kusama such as TBC (left) is now showing in the Gagosian Gallery.
The Gagosian gallery presents an exhibition of the work of Japanese artist Yayoi Kusama. Born in 1929, Kusama worked in New York from 1958 until the early 1970s. Describing herself as an “obsessive artist” her work incorporates elements of conceptual art, pop art and abstract expressionism, to name but a few. Via Francesco Crispi 16, tel. 0642086498. www.gagosian.com.
TIVOLI VILLA ADRIANA Dialogues with the Antique 8 April-6 6 November 2011 On display are many artefacts and fragments of ancient works that recall the magnificence of the Roman Emperor Hadrian (76-138 AD). Throughout Villa Adriana pieces of ancient art are placed next to more than 50 works by 20 contemporary artists. This unique encounter between contemporary and ancient art focuses on the history of some archaeological sites connected to Hadrian, such as Villa Adriana and the cave of the Villa of Tiberius in Sperlonga. These places come alive again through the paintings, sculptures, drawings and photographs by contemporary artists, such as Giovanni Arcangeli, Marco Vinicio Carelli, Paola Crema, Giuseppe De Spagnolis, Antonio Di Palma, Fernando Di Stefano, Andrè Durand, Emilio Farina, Michele Flammia, Luciana Fortini, Elsa Genése, Vittorio Morello, Vincenzo Musardo, Umberto Passeretti, Alessandro Rosato, Vincenzo Rulli, Luigi Spina, Mauro Stacciali, Ivan Theimer, Vito Tongiani and Sergio Unia.Villa Adriana. Via di Villa Adriana 204, Tivoli, tel. 0639967900, www.pierreci.it. 09.00-18.00. Gabrielle Bolzoni New and major exhibitions in Rome are listed above. You will find a more comprehensive list on our website www.wantedinrome.com.
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ACCADEMIA FILARMONICA ROMANA Concerts at Teatro Olimpico, Piazza G. da Fabriano, tel. 063265991. For information Accademia Filarmonica Romana, Via Flaminia 118, tel. 063201752, www.filarmonicaromana.org. 14 April. Il Cuore e la Piuma. In memory of Giuseppe Sinopoli on the tenth anniversary of his death. Music by Wagner, Sinopoli, Schubert. 21 April. Con Schubert by the Quartetto Savinio and Stabat Mater by Matteo D’Amico. This is the first performance of D’Amico’s Stabat Mater for string quartet. The work is set in modern-day Palermo and inspired by the novel of Vincenzo Consolo, Lo Spasimo di Palermo, about the assassination of the antimafia magistrate Paolo Borsellino. Matteo D’Amico, who was born in Rome in 1955 and studied at the conservatory of S. Cecilia, was influenced by Goffredo Petrassi as well as by the poetry of Mallarme and Auden. In recent years he has focused in particular on the relationship between music, poetry and theatre. Teatro Argentina, 21.00. See Opera Notes.
VILLA MEDICI Poussin e Mosé. Dal disegno all’arazzo 7 April-5 5 June In collaboration with the Musée des BeauxArts de Bordeaux, Villa Medici presents an exhibition dedicated to the 17th-century French painter Nicolas Poussin and his numerous depictions of biblical character Moses. Comprising 40 works including tapestries, drawings, engravings and classical paintings, the exhibition reveals the processes behind Poussin’s compositions. Many of the works on display are on loan from major galleries in Britain, Italy and France. Accademia di Francia a Roma – Villa Medici, Viale Trinità dei Monti 1, tel. 0667611, www.villamedici.it. Tues-Sun 10.45-13.00/14.00-19.00. Thurs until 23.00. Mon closed.
ACCADEMIA NAZIONALE DI S. CECILIA Auditorium Parco della Musica, Viale P. de Coubertin. For booking and information tel. 068082058, www.santacecilia.it. 16 April. Sogni d’Inverno. S. Cecilia Orchestra conducted by Tugan Sokhiev, Giovanni Sollima violin. Music by Borodin, Prokofiev and Tchaikovsky. Sala S. Cecilia. (18.00). Repeated 18 April (21.00), 19 April (19.30). 21 April. Concert conducted by Claudio Abbado, Martha Argerich piano. Music by Debussy and Ravel. Sala S. Cecilia. (20.30). 21 April. Bach’s St John’s Passion. Conductor Sigiswald Kuijken. Sala Sinopoli. (20.30). See Opera Notes. 29 April. Water Passion After St Matthew. Conductor Tan Dun. Music by Tan Dun. Chinese contemporary composer Dun is widely known for his scores for the films Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon and Hero. Water Passion, in which Dun uses bowls of water instead of percussion, was commissioned in 2000 in commemoration of J.S. Bach. Here Dun uses water as symbols of baptism, creation and rebirth. Sala S. Cecilia. (20.30). AGIMUS. PERCORSI MUSICALI 2011 A cycle of concerts organised by composer Ada Gentile, president of Agimus Rome. The concerts take place in different venues indicated together with the event. For booking and information tel. 065021208. 16 April. Passio Ceciliae by Mons Frisna who has written theme music for the television films La Bibbia, Don Bosco and S. Filippo Neri. This new work is dedicated to the life of S. Cecilia, the patron saint of music, and is being performed in the church dedicated to her in Trastevere, S. Cecilia. (20.30). 29 April. I labirinti del Melos: Violin and piano recital by Francesca Giordanino and Antonello Maio. Accademia di Romania, P.le S. Martin 2. (19.00). ISTITUZIONE UNIVERSITARIA DEI CONCERTI Concerts in the Aula Magna of the Università La Sapienza, Piazzale Aldo Moro 5. The programme unfolds in two cycles of concerts: on Saturday afternoons at 17.30, and on Tuesday evenings at 20.30. Season tickets are available with special prices for university students. For booking and information tel. 063610051, www.concertiiuc.it.
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Peruvian singer Susana Baca celebrates her Afro-Peruvian culture in a concert at the Auditorium on 30 April.
16 April. Chamber music concert by the String Octet of the Berlin Philharmonics. Music by Brahms, R. Strauss, Mendelssohn (17.30). 19 April. Rag and blues concert by Enrico Pieranunzi piano, Gabriele Pieranunzi violin and Alessandro Carbonare clarinet. Music by Milhaud, Stravinsky, Pieranunzi and Brubeck. MUSICA PER ROMA Auditorium Parco della Musica, Viale P. de Coubertin. For booking and information tel. 892982, www.auditorium.com. 18 April. Marc Copland, in Piano Solo. Copeland started as a saxophonist in Philadelphia and then turned to piano when he moved to New York in the 1980s. He usually plays in trio or quartet but here he is solo on stage. (21.00). 27 April. Jan Bang sampler and Eivind Arset guitar. 29 April. Nicola Piovani. Quintet concert with music for cinema and theatre. Piovani has worked with many of Italy’s top directors from Bellocchio to Monicelli, the Taviani Brothers, Tornatore, Fellini and Benigni. (21.00). 30 April. Susana Baca. Afrodiaspora. Baca, who is one of Peru’s top singers, focuses on her AfroPeruvian culture in her music. (21.00). ORATORIO DEL GONFALONE Via del Gonfalone 32, tel. 066875952, www.oratoriogonfalone.com. 14 April. Chamber music concert by the Ensemble Mare Nostrum and the Viol Consort conducted by Andrea De Carlo. Music by Couperin, Boesset and others (21.00). 20 April. Easter concert with music by Vivaldi, Handel and J.S.Bach. (21.00). 28 April. Gli Archi di Cherubino. Music by J.S Bach, Cimarosa and Salieri. (21.00). EASTER MUSIC. Festival di Pasqua 16-2 23 April. Concerts in various major churches around Rome during Holy Week. For detailed programme tel. 0664829220, firstname.lastname@example.org and our website www.wantedinrome.com. TEATRO DELL’OPERA DI ROMA 23 April. Easter Concert in Orvieto Cathedral. Conducted by Jesus Lopez Cobos, with Maria Grazia Schiavo and José Maria Lo Monaco and the orchestra and chorus of Teatro dell’ Opera di Roma. Piazza del Duomo, Orivieto. (17.00).
LIVE MUSIC GIANNA NANNINI 3 May Gianna Nannini was born in Siena in 1956 and is one of the most important Italian singers and songwriters. She studied piano in Lucca and then composition in Milan. She is also the older sister of former Formula One racing driver Alessandro Nannini. One of her most famous hits is Bello e Impossibile. After having published her latest album Io e Te, she’s just started her Italian tour scheduled in 15 cities. On 3 May she will be in Rome at Palalottomatica, P.le dello Sport, infoline 199128800.
BRITISH SCHOOL AT ROME The Risorgimento in Transnational Perspective 14-1 15 April Conference examining the wider repercussions of the Italian Risorgimento, hosted on the first day at the German Historical Institute (14.0019.30) and the second day at the British School at Rome (09.30-13.30). The British School at Rome, Via Gramsci 61, tel. 063264938. FORUM AUSTRIACO DI CULTURA 15 April. Presentation of the book Franz Liszt: Die Jahre in Rom und Tivoli by Ernst Burger, accompanied by a piano recital of some of Liszt’s best known works by Italian pianist Carlo Dominici. Piazza Montecitorio 117-120. (19.00). 18 April. Cello and double bass recital by Gerhard Waiz and Johann Kaar. Music by Fürst, Kaufmann, Rossini, Eder, Wagner, Fredrickson, Banlaky (20.00). 27 April. Chamber music concert with Ivana Prisasova violin, Petra Ackermann viola, Roland Schueler cello and Philipp Meier piano, playing Romantic classics by Johannes Brahms, as well as music by Thomas Wally, German Toro-Perez and Klaus Lang. Viale Bruno Buozzi 113, tel. 063608371, www.austriacult.roma.it. (20.00).
Monday 18 & 25 April ITALIAN & RUSSIAN informal and fun lessons for beginners Tuesday 19 & 26 April CHIT-CHAT The friendliest way to improve your Italiano, English, Español or Français language skills enjoying a glass of wine. EXTRA TIME Happy birra & new amici. Let’s catch up with old friends and meet new ones! More info on www.friendsinrome.com. Old city and new friends... Live the Real Rome! 11
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OPERA OPERA NOTES Easter is a good time in Rome for music lovers. There are two highlights this year from which to choose; St John’s Passion by J. S. Bach at the Auditorium Parco della Music and the premiere of Matteo D’Amico’s Stabat Mater, commissioned by the Accademia Filarmonica Romana, at the Teatro Argentina. A Roma per le feste di Pasqua gli amanti del canto non hanno che l’imbarazzo della scelta. Il 21 aprile al Parco della Musica l’Accademia Nazionale di S. Cecilia presenta La Passione secondo Giovanni di Johann Sebastian Bach. Era tradizione della chiesa riformata proporre della musica, sia come commento teologico sia come approfondimento spirituale, nelle celebrazioni del venerdì santo, del giorno cioè in cui venivano rievocate la Passione e la Morte di Gesù Cristo. La Passione secondo Giovanni fu eseguita la prima volta a Lipsia il 7 aprile 1724; è incentrata sui capitoli XVIII e XIX del Vangelo di S. Giovanni, ne esalta la drammaticità ma anche l’aspetto più emozionale. Sarà eseguita da La Petite Bande diretta da Sigiswald Kuijken: è un complesso belga specializzato nella musica barocca che nasce nel 1972 su richiesta della casa discografica “Harmonia Mundi” per registrare la musica del Bourgeois gentilhomme di Jean-Baptiste Lully, sotto la direzione di Gustav Leonhardt. Deve il suo nome alla piccola orchestra di cui disponeva Lully quando componeva la musica per la corte del Re Sole.
Matteo D'Amico has composed a contemporary rendering of Stabat Mater.
Sempre il 21 aprile anche l’Accademia Filarmonica Romana celebra la Settimana Santa al Teatro Argentina con Stabat Mater di Matteo D’Amico: una composizione contemporanea ispirata dal romanzo Lo Spasimo di Palermo di Vincenzo Consolo, in cui l’assassinio di Paolo Borsellino è raccontato come fosse avvenuto sotto gli occhi della madre. D’Amico dice lo strazio e la commozione di una mamma per la morte di un figlio come fossero della Madonna per Gesù. Stabat Mater è eseguito in prima assoluta nella versione per quartetto d’archi, è cantato da Tania Bussi e Marina Comparato, recitato da Alfonso Veneroso e suonato dal Quartetto Savinio, che è nato nel 2000 e si chiama così in onore di Alberto Savinio (nome d’arte di Andrea De Chirico, fratello del celebre Giorgio), scrittore, pittore, musicista, uomo di teatro e personalità tra le più originali del XX secolo italiano. Nella seconda parte del concerto sarà eseguito Quartetto per archi in la minore, detto “Rosamunde” di Franz Schubert, un compositore dall’animo inquieto e tormentato che morì a soli 31 anni. Paolo Di Nicola
DIE ENTFUHRUNG AUS DEM SERAIL by Mozart 12-1 19 April Conducted by Gabriele Ferro, in a new production directed by Graham Vick, with Maria Grazia Schiavo, Olga Peretyatko, Charles Castronovo, Cosmin Ifrim, Jaco, Hujipen. Teatro dell’Opera, Piazza B. Gigli, tel. 06481601, www.operaroma.it.
TURANDOT by Puccini 10 April-1 13 May Conducted by Velery Gergiev, director Alex Ollé, with Maria Guleghina, Marco Spotti, Ekaterina Scherbachenko, Angelo Veccia, Luca Casalin, Carlo Bosi. Teatro La Scala, Piazza alla Scala, tel. 0817972111, www.teatroallascala.it.
COSÌ FAN TUTTE by Mozart 8-1 17 April Conducted by Alan Curtis and directed by Giorgio Strehler from the Piccolo Teatro di Milano production with Sofia Soloviy, Marina Comparato, Nicola Ulivieri, Marilena Laurenza, Giulio Mastrototaro. Teatro S. Carlo di Napoli, tel. 0817972111, www.teatrosancarlo.it. IL SEGRETO DI SUSANNA by Ermanno Wolf-F Ferrari 5-2 26 May Conducted by Giovanni Di Stefano, director Francesco Saponaro with Francesca De Giorgi, Filippo Morace/Marcello Rosiello. Teatro S. Carlo di Napoli, Via S. Carlo 98/F, tel. 0817972111, www.teatrosancarlo.it.
THE GREEK PASSION by Bohuslav Martinö 29 April-8 8 May The Italian premiere of this Greek opera, first staged in 1957 after the composer’s death. The work was inspired by the novel, The Last Temptation of Christ, by Nikos Kazantzakis (author of Zorba the Greek) and tells the story of villagers during the rehearsals for a passion play in a Greek village. With Ladislav Elgr, Judith Howarth, Irina Karaianni, Luiz-Ottavio Faria, Mark S. Doss. Teatro Massimo, tel. 0916053580, www.teatromassimo.it.
CHILDREN PETER AND THE WOLF 17 and 24 April Every Sunday in April Casina di Raffaello organises a new entertainment for kids with theatrical workshops and animated lectures to stimulate their imagination. This edition focuses on Pierino and the Wolf, a musical fairy tale, commissioned by the Children’s Theatre of Moscow from Russian composer Sergei Prokofiev in 1936 in which every subject was represented by a musical theme and a particular instrument. This initiative is part of the series La Favola delle Favole…parole in gioco (The tale of tales…word games), conceived and organised by I Ciarlatani (The Charlatans), to help children discover all the emotions of a narrated story through words and gestures in order to involve them in the story and its protagonists. Casina di Raffaello. Viale della Casina di Raffaello, tel. 060608, www.casinadiraffaello.it. Sun 16.00. SEMINIAMO IL NOSTRO ORTO 17 April, 15 May The Auditorium Parco della Musica organises this workshop entitled Seminiamo il nostro Orto (let’s plant our garden) for children aged five to ten. During this theoretical and practical workshop a number of agronomy students
and an agronomy teacher introduce children to the world of plants and teach them techniques for the maintenance of a garden. Workshops start at 10.30 and 12.00 and last for one hour. Auditorium Parco della Musica. Viale Pietro de Coubertin, Rome, tel. 06802411, www.auditorium.com. TECHNOTOWN: A World between Art and Science 12 March-J June 2011 On weekends from March to June Technotown in Villa Torlonia organises a series of workshops dedicated to learning new technologies through play for children aged eight and older. On 16 and 17 April a sound workshop is dedicated to the exploration of the circus. Children will learn how to recognise the various sounds and to mime them. At the end of the workshop every participant will represent a sound and visual element of the circus. On 23 and 30 April there is a treasure hunt. Guide by a GPS navigation system-children pretend to be botanists and experts in natural sciences in order to find the treasure: a very unique Easter egg full of surprises. Technotown. Villa Torlonia. Via Spallanzani 1a, Rome, tel. 060608, www.technotown.it. 9.00-17.00 daily. Gabrielle Bolzoni
THE ROYAL WEDDING 29 April 2011 His Royal Highness Prince William will marry Catherine (Kate) Middleton in Westminster Cathedral on 29 April 2011. The BBC has predicted that the wedding will be one of the most watched events in television history, with a global audience of over two billion people. By comparison, the royal wedding in 1981 between HRH Prince Charles and Lady Diana Spencer attracted a broadcast audience of one billion. Around 1,900 guests have been invited to the royal wedding. After the ceremony Her Majesty The Queen will host a lunchtime reception at Buckingham Palace for around 600 guests.
Approximately 300 have been invited to attend a dinner at the Palace in the evening hosted by HRH The Prince of Wales. Prince William and Kate first met in Scotland when they were both studying history of art at the University of St Andrews. Before she joined her family’s business, Kate was a junior buyer for the British boutique Jigsaw. After the wedding, Prince William and Kate will continue to live at Anglesey near where Prince William is training as a search and rescue pilot with the Royal Air Force. The British Embassy in Rome, Via XX Settembre 80a, will open a Congratulations Book for visitors to leave messages of congratulations for the royal couple from 26-28 April, mornings only, from 09.00-12.30.
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THE CHERKAOUI/MAQOMA DOUBLE BILL PROJECT 15-1 17 April In Southern Bound Comfort, choreography by Sidi Larbi Cherkaoui and Gregory Maqoma. The first part of the programme consists of the work Southern Comfort performed by South African-born dancers Gregory Maqoma and Shanell Winlock. The second piece, Bound, choreographed by Belgian-Moroccan Sidi Larbi Cherkaoui, is a delicate and theatrical exploration of the ties that bind. Maqoma, Winlock and Cherkaoui met at a school founded by Anne Teresa De Keersmaeker. Ten years later, although Maqoma lives in South Africa, Shanell in London, and Cherkaoui in Belgium, their discussion has never ceased. In the first part, Maqoma re-creates Southern Comfort, composed in 2001 for Shanell and himself. In Bound, Cherkaoui guides Maqoma and Winlock to a point they would never have reached without him. Teatro Palladium, Largo B. Romano 8, tel. 0657067761, 0657067766, www.teatro-palladium.it.
21 April. Chrismal Mass, Vatican Basilica, 09.30. Mass of the Lord’s Supper, Basilica of St John Lateran, 17.30 22 April. Papal Mass, Vatican Basilica 17.00 Way of the Cross, Colosseum, at 21.15 23 April. Easter Vigil, Vatican Basilica 21.00 24 April. Easter Sunday, St Peter’s Square 10.15 For further information contact the Prefecture of the Pontifical Household, tel. 0669884857, www.vatican.va.
FLASH DANCE 13 April-2 22 May The 1980s hit film is now on stage in Rome in its first Italian production. The musical direction of this Stage Entertainment production is by Glenn Casale, it is directed by Federico Bellone and the choreography is by Gail Davies. Teatro Olimpico, Pza G. da Fabriano, tel. 063265991, www.teatroolimpico.it.
MILAN GALA DES ETOILES 27-2 29 April La Scala etoiles Roberto Bolle, Massimo Murru with Friedermann Vogel (Stuttgart Ballet), Hélène Bouchet (Hamburg Ballet) Olesia Novikova (Mariinsky Theatre) and Leonid Sarafanov (Mikhailovsky Theatre S. Petersburg). Teatro all Scala, Piazza alla Scala, tel. 0272003744, www.teatroallascala.org.
EASTER RELIGIOUS SERVICES IN ENGLISH All Saints’ Anglican Church Via del Babuino 153/b, tel. 0636001881 21 April. Maundy Thursday 19.00 22 April. Good Friday 15.00-18.00 23 April. Holy Saturday 20.00 followed by Mozart Requiem 24 April. Easter Sunday 10.30 Festal sung Eucharist and blessing of Easter Garden Ponte S. Angelo Methodist Church Piazza Ponte S. Angelo, tel. 0668768314 24 April. Easter Morning Holy Communion 10.30 Pontifical Irish College (Roman Catholic) Via dei Santi Quattro 1, tel. 06772631 21 April. Holy Thursday 18.00 22 April. Good Friday 15.00 23 April. Holy Saturday Vigil 21.00 24 April. Easter Sunday 10.00 Rome Baptist Church S. Lorenzo in Lucina 35, tel. 066876652 24 April. Sunrise Service and Resurrection Sunday Breakfast 07.00 St Andrew’s Presbyterian Church of Scotland Via XX Settembre 7, tel. 064827627 21 April. Maundy Thursday 18.30 24 April. Easter Sunday 11.00
St Isidore’s College (Roman Catholic) Via degli Artisti 41, tel. 064885359 24 April. Easter Sunday 10.00 St Francis Xavier dei Caravita Via della Caravita 7, www.caravita.org 21 April. Holy Thursday 19.00 22 April. Good Friday liturgy 15.00 23 April. Easter Vigil 21.30 24 April. Solemn Eucharist 11.00 St Patrick’s (Roman Catholic) Via Boncompagni 31, tel. 0642903787 21 April. Holy Thursday 19.00 22 April. Good Friday 17.00 23 April. Holy Saturday 19.00 24 April. Easter Sunday 10.00 St Paul’s within-tthe-W Walls Via Nazionale, corner Via Napoli 58, tel. 064883339 21 April. Maundy Thursday 19.00 22 April. Stations of the Cross 12.00, Liturgy 19.00 23 April. Easter Vigil 20.00 24 April. Holy Eucharist Rite I 08.30, Sung Holy Eucharist Rite II 10.30 S. Silvestro in Capite (Roman Catholic) Piazza S. Silvestro 1, tel. 066797775 21 April. Mass of the Lord’s Supper 17.00 22 April. Via Crucis 15.00, Passion Liturgy 17.00 23 April. Easter Vigil 21.00 24 April. Easter Sunday 10.00, 17.30 Rice Bowl Appeal During the Lenten period the Methodist Relief and Development Fund (MRDF) is organising its annual Rice Bowl appeal to raise funds for agricultural workshops in Latin America to educate poor rural communities in the art of sustainable, ecological and self-sufficient farming practices. On 17 April, Palm Sunday, St Andrew’s Presbyterian Church of Scotland is organising an afternoon sponsored walk in Villa Ada in aid of the initiative. Envelopes are available from the city’s participating churches and donations are to be returned on Easter Sunday.
MOBILITY MANAGERS AWARD
Italian ballet dancer Roberto Bolle stars in Gala des Etoiles at La Scala in Milan.
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The Roman Agency for Mobility Services organised an annual workshop at the end of March for the 120 Roman mobility managers and their companies. Mobility managers are in charge of finding and promoting environmentally friendly solutions to get employees to and from work. The workshop awarded companies with the best eco-sustainable mobility projects. The top award went to mobility manager of Sogei Spa, Bruno Baione, for the company’s environmentally friendly commuting plan for its employees. Some of the other companies mentioned for good performance were Terna, Anonima Petroli Spa, Wind Telecommunications, Monte Paschi di Siena, Provincia di Roma, British American Tabacco Italia, Todini Costruzioni, Accademia Nazionale di S. Cecilia. The Agency for Mobility Services coordinates mobility management and gives technical advice to mobility managers on ways to minimise the impact on the environment. It also helps companies identify the best solutions to streamline the movement of their employees. The benefits for employees include discounts for the purchase of annual Metrebus cards, new opportunities for the Car Sharing service, new shuttle and cycling services. A new car-pooling portal for use by companies with mobility managers will be activated on 24 April to provide advice on car-pooling and the reduction of travel costs for individuals. www.agenziamobilita.roma.it. Gabrielle Bolzoni 13
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THE WOMEN OF TROY presented by Eternal Lines 12-1 17 April English-language acting company Eternal Lines offers a contemporary vision of Euripides’ masterpiece of classical Greek theatre, while retaining elements of the play’s traditional performance style. Set at the end of the Trojan war, the story follows Hecuba, the fallen queen of Troy and a group of broken Trojan women as they await their final humiliation: transportation to Greece and a life of slavery. Penned in 415 BC it is considered by many to be the finest anti-war play ever written. Directed by Douglas Dean, who established Eternal Lines in 2009, the production features Shelagh Stuchbery as Hecuba, Carolyn Gouger as Andromache, Maya Vassallo as Cassandra and Marta Gandini as Helen. Tickets cost €15 euro, €12 reduced and €8 for students. Teatro S. Genesio, Via Podgora 1, near Viale Mazzini (Metro Lepanto), tel. 063223432. www.teatrosangenesio.it.
THE GARDENS OF NINFA April-N November Situated 70 km south-east of Rome near Sermoneta at the foot of the Lepini mountains, the town of Ninfa is home to one of Italy’s most popular gardens. Belonging to the Caetani family since the 14th century, the site was abandoned in 1382 but in 1922 Lelia Caetani, the last descendant of the Caetani family, and her husband Hubert Howard, began to create the garden as it is today. Over 10,000 shrubs, plants and flowering trees from all over the world grow among the mediaeval ruins, while the river Ninfa forms a lake in the garden. This year the gardens are open on 17, 24, 25 April, although management have advised against visiting on Easter Sunday due to the expected large crowds. Open until November on the first Saturday and Sunday of the month from MayOctober, as well as the third Sunday in May, June and 1 November. 09.00-12.00 and 14.3018.00. July-September 09.00-12.00/ 15.0018.30. Entrance contributions €10. For information contact the Azienda di Promozione Turistica di Latina, Via Duca del Mare 19, Latina, tel. 0773695404 or the porter’s lodge at the Palazzo Caetani, Via delle Botteghe Oscure 32, Rome, tel. 066873056.
BIG NOISE presented by the English Theatre of Rome 18-1 19 April Irish comedian Tara Flynn takes to the stage in Rome with the Italian premiere of Big Noise. Described by critics as a wonderfully twisted comedic performance, Big Noise sees Flynn incorporating her own cast of characters, parodies and songs into an amusing production presented by the English Theatre of Rome. The English Theatre of Rome, Teatro L’Arciliuto, Piazza Montevecchio 5, tel. 066879419, www.rometheatre.com. (20.00). LAST WORDS presented by the English Theatre in Rome 27 April - 8 May Last Words is the European premiere of a play about the private conversations between God and Moses by New York playwright and author Roy Doliner. Billed as a comedy of biblical proportions revolving around mortality, Doliner himself features in the production for the first time, sharing the stage with singer-performer Eddie Zengeni. 27-28 April 20.00, 1 May 18.00, 4-5 May 20.00, 8 May 18.00. The English Theatre of Rome, Teatro L’Arciliuto, Piazza Montevecchio 5, tel. 066879419, www.rometheatre.com.
LANDRIANA 22-2 25 April 2011 The annual garden fair and horticultural sale takes place at the Landriana gardens south of Rome over the Easter weekend. Firmly established on the gardening calendar for professionals and amateur green-fingers alike, this year organisers of Primavera della Landriana are promising not only an explosion of colour but the best in Italian floriculture, with more than 100 exhibitors from across Italy displaying plants, bulbs, books, pots, garden furniture and equipment. The ten-hectare gardens were created in the 1950s by owner Marchesa Lavinia Taverna Gallarati Scotti with the help of renowned English landscape designer Russell Page. Now considered the most important post-war garden in Italy, Landriana contains 32 secret rooms and walks including one planted entirely with Mutabilis roses. Open to the public from 10.00-19.00 during the fair. Driving from Rome, take Via Pontina or the coastal road to Ardea, or by train on the Rome-Nettuno line to Campo di Carne. La Landriana, Via Campo di Carne 51, Tor S. Lorenzo, Ardea, tel. 0691014140. www.giardinidellalandriana.it.
Ninfa. Thousands of plants and flowering trees grow among the medieval ruins at the gardens of Ninfa.
EUROPRIDE PROGRAMME SHAPES UP The Europride Committee is getting set for Europride festival (1-12 June) with a jam-packed programme including exhibitions, film screenings, sporting events, concerts, theatre, comedy and cabaret performances, as well as special galas and parties. Europride aims to promote equality, uniting people in a celebrative atmosphere where all are welcome, and to foster a sense of community within the LGBT population. There will be a pride village open from late afternoon until late at night where you’ll find plenty of entertainment or a place to mix with mates or make new friends. Among the events being arranged is a reading at the Teatro Eliseo on 5 June. This is organised by Mario Fortunato, author, journalist and former director of the Italian Cultural Institute in London from 2000 to 2004. When prime minister Silvio Berlusconi tried to make him resign his post in 2002 for reasons of sexual orientation, many British authors, including Nobel-prize winner Doris Lessing and Harold Pinter, supported him, thus obtaining his re-appointment. The reading will feature authors such as David Leavitt, Matteo B. Bianchi, Ivan Cotroneo, Walter Siti and Valeria Viganò. Another unique event will be the international LGBTQ swimming tournament at the Foro Italico swimming pool on 11 June 2011. The tournament is organised by the Gruppo Pesce ASD and involves many athletes from all over Europe. Its goal is to promote sport as an opportunity to meet people and overcome prejudice. Visit www.europrideroma.com to keep up-to-date with the latest Rome Europride information and videos. You can also join Europride fans on Facebook. 14
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IL BACARO Via degli Spagnoli 27 / tel. 066872554 / www.ilbacaro.com
A quiet and secluded setting. Recommended in summer, when it’s possible to dine under the pergola. If it’s winter and you want to eat inside don’t forget to book in advance, as the premises are quite small. The cuisine is surprisingly adventurous. Perfect for romantic dinners. The restaurant’s specialty is that, along with the dish you have ordered, you will be served a small portion of the plate your partner has chosen, giving you the chance to taste your friend’s choice.
DARUMA SUSHI PIAZZA BOLOGNA Piazza Bologna 8 / tel. 064404962 / www.darumasushi.com €€
SETTIMIO ALL’ARANCIO Via dell’Arancio 50 / tel. 066876119 / www.settimioallarancio.com
Daruma Sushi has always been ahead of the times, and has become the number one point of reference for fans of this Japanese culinary tradition. It now has six take-aways and two restaurants, the latest of which was opened last year in Piazza Bologna, the heart of one of Rome’s university areas. You pick your dishes from the Kayten conveyor, a rotating belt that winds through the restaurant, passing every table and counter seat.
Settimio all’Arancio is located in the historic centre of Rome not far from the intersection of Via del Corso and Via Tomacelli, near Piazza Augusto Imperatore. It offers a traditional Mediterranean menu and a large choice of wines. Meat is the main attraction, but there are excellent first courses and fish dishes. The chef changes the menu every two weeks to offer new and exciting ideas. In good weather there are tables outside and air-conditioning inside. All major credit cards are accepted, but it’s advisable to book.
GUSTO RISTORANTE AND PIZZERIA Piazza Augusto Imperatore 9 / tel. 063226273 / www.gusto.it
The restaurant is on the first floor, but you can also dine outside under the portico designed by the famous architect of the fascist period Pio Piacentini (of Via della Conciliazione fame) and look across at the contemporary Museum of the Ara Pacis by American architect, Richard Meier. The architecture of the restaurant is very simple and cosy. The menu is creative and focuses on the quality of its Mediterranean products. There is also a pizzeria on the ground floor.
INDIAN RESTAURANT HIMALAYA PALACE Circonvallazione Gianicolense 277-2 279 tel. 065826001 / www.himalayapalace.com €€
IL TIEPOLO Via Giovanni Battista Tiepolo 3 / tel. 063227449
Established in 1993, Himalaya Palace is an authentic Indian restaurant nestled in Monteverde Nuovo close to Villa Pamphilj, Rome’s largest park. To the background of Indian music you can choose from a variety of genuine dishes, (Tandori and Tikka Masala chicken and lamb Korma) which include homemade Indian yoghurt and cheese. This is a special and affordable experience.
– starting from €30 per person
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Tiepolo is a busy restaurant on a small street close to the Stadio Flaminio sports stadium and the Auditorium Parco della Musica. The atmosphere is perfect for an evening out with friends. The healthy menu is based on plenty of vegetables and no fries, with a touch of Swedish influence. The baked potatoes are among the specialties.
– starting from €20 per person
– starting from €15 per person
PASSAGUAI Via Pomponio Leto 1 tel. 06687451358 www.passaguai.it
A meeting place just off Borgo S. Angelo on the edges of Prati where you can stop to relax in a simple and welcoming environment. It’s open for lunch, dinner and after dinner. This is a place where you can listen to good music and even discover new young artists. Passaguai has a few outdoor tables and a good wine list along with a range of homemade beers. WiFi connections are available.
SALOTTO 42 Piazza di Pietra 42 tel. 066785804 www.salotto42.it
Ranked one of the best 50 bars worldwide by “Drinks International”, Salotto is an elegant bar furnished in vintage style. It’s in a trendy location facing the ancient Roman ruins in Piazza di Pietra, a short walk from Fontane di Trevi, the Pantheon and Piazza Venezia. At weekends there is also brunch and a buffet. At night it becomes a cocktail bar with a diverse range of music and a good selection of drinks. Add the living room feeling provided by a vast and cosmopolitan selection of books on fashion, art and design, mix it all together and you get the “Salotto 42 feeling”.
ANTICO CAFFÈ DELLA PACE
TATÌ AL 28
Piazza Augusto Imperatore 28, tel. 0668134221 www.gusto.it/n28-b bar-rristorante-rroma.html
Tati’ al 28 is a trendsetting location and is home to contemporary design mobilia. On the ground floor there are no real tables, but a large living room with Chester traditional sofas and stainless steel chairs. During the aperitivo, you can get a combo buffet for €10, generally pasta and small cold dishes. The wine list and cocktail menu are extensive.
FRENI E FRIZIONI Via del Politeama 4 tel. 0658334210 www.freniefrizioni.com
Freni e Frizioni is just off Piazza Trilussa in Trastevere. Once a garage (its name means brakes and clutches) it is a now a popular place to be seen, especially in the summer when crowds overflow into the square in front. Inside you will find a young and casual crowd among the mix of vintage furniture and contemporary prints. From 19.00 to 22.00, you’ll be served an extensive buffet with seasonal dishes, salads, pastas, pizzas, and much more.
Via della Pace 3/7, tel. 066861216, www.caffedellapace.it
Antico Caffè della was once the favourite meeting place for artists, writers and politicians. It is still the local bar for some residents in the Piazza Navona area but very popular with visitors to Rome who want to get a glimpse of what life used to be like in one of the oldest parts of the city. It’s also a good stopping place for anyone going to one of the many exhibitions in the magnificent Bramante cloisters in the nearby church of S. Maria della Pace. Drinks are expensive, but you can sit for as long as you like and take in the beautiful surroundings.
GIULIO PASSAMI L’OLIO Via di Monte Giordano 28 tel. 0668803288
If you happen to be walking in the historic centre near Piazza Navona, around 19.00, and feel like a drink and are overwhelmed by the hundreds of restaurants and cafes around you, Giulio Passami l’Olio is a safe choice. It’s a nice informal place just across the river from Castel S. Angelo where you can sit inside or out and choose a good glass of wine from a large selection. It’s also a popular meeting place for a number of foreign communities. 13 April 2011 Wanted in Rome
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accommodation vacant in town APPIA ANTIA. Beautiful country house bordering Fioranello golf course, living room, dining room, 4 bedrooms. Unfurnished, A/C, garden. Tuscan views. Exclusive estate. €2.300. Also charming cottage, 2 bedrooms. €1.100. Tel. 065813452, email@example.com. APPIA ANTICA. Beautiful villas, furnished or semi-furnished, sitting room, dining room, kitchen, bedrooms, bathrooms, terrace, garden. Tel. 0654211074, firstname.lastname@example.org. Ref 39 - 23. APPIA ANTICA. Restored villa, 500 sqm + 700 sqm park area, 5 bedrooms, 5 bathrooms, spacious living room, dining room, furnished kitchen, domestic quarters, patio and parking. Tel. 064881384. ASSISTANCE TO FOREIGNERS. PENTHOUSE IMMOBILIARE. We offer full service for property for long & short-term rentals. Special assistance for FAO, IFAD, WFP, Embassies and Multinational Companies. Mother-tongue English staff. Tel. 065919125, email@example.com. ATTIC - AVENTINO. Spacious 1 bedroom, living room, kitchen, bathroom, panoramic terrace, elevator. Refs 696/1261. Tel. 063212341. ATTIC - PRATI. Modern, 2 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, spacious living room, new kitchen, terrace. Refs 1255. Tel. 063212341. ATTIC - VATICAN. Fully restored, 2 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, living room, kitchen, terrace, parquet, A/C. Ref 1268. Tel. 063212341. ATTICO AVENTINO. ATTICO ARREDATO TERRAZZO 100 MQ INGRESSO SALONE TRIPLO DUE CAMERE DUE BAGNI CUCINA CAMERETTA ARIA CONDIZIONATA EURO 4200 www.attivita-immobiliari.it, 3356595660. AURELIA - NEAR PIAZZA PIO XI. Lovely attic, unfurnished, entrance, living room, bedroom, smaller room, bathroom, lovely kitchen with veranda, large terrace. Available from June, €1.500 Tel. Fidia Immobiliare 0639736426.
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CASAL PALOCCO. 4-level, furnished house, 220-sqm garden in compound with swimming pool, tennis courts, doorman, €1.900 monthly. No agencies. Tel. 338 / 5064672, firstname.lastname@example.org. CASALPALOCCO HOUSE TO RENT. Very nice 3 level house just renovated 210 square meters, with two small gardens located in a private condominium with a large swimming pool and porter service. The house is furnished and fitted with independent heating. Rented by a private owner no agency commissions. email@example.com. CASSIA - CLOSE TO AMERICAN SCHOOL. In compound with park, swimming pool, furnished living room, 3 bedrooms, smaller room, terrace, garage €2.100. Tel. Fidia Immobiliare 0639736426. CASSIA - GIUSTINIANA. In compound, beautiful 220-sqm apartment, 3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, living / dining room, fireplace, terrace, furnished kitchen, maid’s quarters, swimming-pool, tennis. €3.000 monthly. EDWARDS tel. 068610871, firstname.lastname@example.org. CASSIA - GIUSTINIANA. Compound with pool, 200 sqm, unfurnished, refurbished “casale” on 2 levels, 500-sqm private garden. €2.500. Tel. 0664490644, 335 / 8434722, email@example.com. CASSIA - NEAR OVERSEAS SCHOOL. 250-sqm apartment, 3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, vast living / dining room, 35-sqm terrace, furnished kitchen, breakfast room, maid’s quarters, double car-port. €2.800 monthly. EDWARDS tel. 068610871, firstname.lastname@example.org. CASSIA. Prestigious villas and apartments with garden and parking, furnished or semi-furnished, quite and sunny. Tel. 0654211074, email@example.com. CENTRE - NEAR COLOSSEUM. Charming cottage in park with own private garden, 100 sqm, 2 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, kitchen, pantry, sitting / dining room, veranda. Parking for 1 car. No agents. please contact owner at email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
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EUR - LAGHETTO UMANESIMO. Elegant building, 4th floor, furnished, double living room, 2 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, kitchen, balcony, autonomous central heating, A/C, €1.700. Tel. 065919125, email@example.com. EUR - MOSTACCIANO - BONETTI. Villa on 3 levels, 300 sqm, completely renovated, semi-furnished, porch, large garden, €3.800. Tel. 065919125, firstname.lastname@example.org. EUR - MOSTACCIANO - TORRINO LAURENTINA. Apartments, elegant, furnished or unfurnished, nice compounds. Tel. 0652205391 email@example.com. EUR - MOSTACCIANO. Beautiful, modernly furnished apartment, 3 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms, sitting room, terraces, garage, all comforts, compound with tennis courts, €1.800. Tel. 339 / 3421012, 065037468. EUR - MOSTACCIANO. Refurbished apartment, furnished, entrance hall, living room, fireplace, 2 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, kitchen, terrace, finished to high standards. Tel. 065919125, firstname.lastname@example.org.
EUR - SIC. Elegant condominium, doorman, swimming pool, luxuriously furnished, double living room with fireplace, 3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, kitchen, very large terrace, covered parking space, A/C, alarm, security bars, €3.000. Tel. 065919125 email@example.com. EUR - TORRINO - MEZZOCAMINO. Villa, new build, 180 sqm, garden, living room, hobby room, kitchen, 3 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms, laundry room, garage, tele-heating, €2.200. Other same, €2.000. Tel. 065919125, firstname.lastname@example.org. EUR - TORRINO - NEAR PIAZZA CINA. Open view, charming condominium park (games-gazebo). Furnished superequipped, gracious, two bedrooms, living room. Garage. Short/Long term. Photos sendable. +39.392.6395182. EUR - TORRINO. Bright, 120 sqm, 5th floor, large living room, 3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, kitchen, terrace and balcony, garage. Property International 0657284503, email@example.com, www.propertyint.net.
EUR - TORRINO. Fiume Giallo, elegant compound, double living room, large kitchen, 3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, 2 terraces, €2.000, garage and external parking space. Tel. 065919125, firstname.lastname@example.org. EUR - VIALE AFRICA. Beautiful attic on 2 levels, furnished or unfurnished, living room, “tinello”, study, 2 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms, large terrace, garage, €3.000. Tel. Fidia Immobiliare 0639736426. EUR - VIGNA MURATA Fonte Meravigliosa. Very nice apartment, large living room, bedroom, kitchen, bathroom, private garden, cellar and garage. Fully furnished. Non residents and no agencies. Tel. 065414440 (Italian speakers). EUR LAURENTINA. Close to metro, nice new apartment, 4th floor, 50 sqm, sitting room, kitchen corner, bedroom, balcony, storage, parking, €1.200. Tel. 0654211074, email@example.com. Ref 36. EUR PAVESE. Completely, well-furnished apartment, 2 large bedrooms, maid’s room, 2 bathrooms, living room, fitted closets, balcony, €1.500. Tel. 065037468, 339 / 3421012. EUR. Outstanding, luxuriously furnished apartment, suitable top-ranking personality, large sitting room, 4 bedrooms, 4 bathrooms, all comforts, terraces, double garage, €3.500. Tel. 339 / 3421012, 065037468. GARBATELLA. Spacious 3 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms, living room, kitchen, panoramic terrace, parking. Ref 1252. Tel. 063212341. GHETTO. Restored, furnished apartment, bedroom, bathroom, living / dining room and kitchen. Tel. 064881384. GIANICOLO - GORGEOUS LOCA TION. 100-sqm unfurnished apartment, small private garden, living room, 2 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, kitchen. €2.500. Tel. 0664490644, 335 / 8434722, firstname.lastname@example.org. GREGORIO VII Furnished apartment, living room, bed room, kitchen, bath room, terrace, TV, internet, optimal connection to public transports. Available from mid May. €1.000. Tel. 338/1136718, e-mail email@example.com HISTORIC CENTRE - MONTEVERDE TRASTEVERE PARIOLI - AVENTINO. Various apartments. Furnished or unfurnished. Tel. 0652205391, firstname.lastname@example.org. HISTORIC CENTRE - SPAGNA. Nice restored and furnished apartments, living room, kitchen, 1 or 2 bedrooms, bathroom, terrace. Tel. 0654211074, email@example.com. Ref 19. HISTORICAL CENTRE. Pantheon, small flat (40 sqm) bedroom (double bed), private bathroom, dressing room inside furnished apartment, for non-smoker girl of English, German, Japanese mother-tongue. Monthly €800 including all expenses, use of kitchen, washing machine, internet and other utilities. Tel. +39 066793997, +33 148054283, email: firstname.lastname@example.org. INFERNETTO - AXA - CASAL PALOCCO. Various villas. Furnished or unfurnished. Garden and swimming pool. Tel. 0652205391, email@example.com. INFERNETTO. Villa, 200 sqm, sitting room, 4 bedrooms, kitchen, bathrooms, patio, hobby room, garden, A/C. Other different sizes. Tel. 0654211074, firstname.lastname@example.org.
INTERNATIONAL POINT. We offer you many different size apartments and villas, furnished and unfurnished, short and long rental period, our assistance and our professional service for the duration of your contract. Tel. 0654211074, 0654649582, email@example.com, www.internationalpointgroup.com. MANZONI. Restored furnished studio apartment, very bright, living room with sofa bed, separate dining area with kitchenette. Tel. 064881384. MONTE PARIOLI. Beautiful, elegant 200 sqm apartment, 3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, spacious living / dining room, balcony, guest toilet, furnished kitchen, car-port. EDWARDS tel. 068610871. firstname.lastname@example.org. MONTEVERDE - BELLOTTI. Delightfully furnished, 120 sqm, 2nd floor, living room, large kitchen, 3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, autonomous central heating, A/C, 3 parking spaces, attic, €1.400. Tel. 065919125, email@example.com. MONTEVERDE - CASALETTO. Exclusive neighbourhood, lovely cottage, living room, fireplace, 3 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms, garden/terrace. €1.550. Tel. 065813452, firstname.lastname@example.org. MONTEVERDE - VILLA PAMPHILI. 150 sqm, restructured, 1st floor, living room, kitchen, furnished, 4 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms, A/C, 30-sqm terrace, €2.500. Tel. 065919125, email@example.com. MONTEVERDE VECCHIO. Lovely 140-sqm apartment, 3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, living / dining room, small terrace, beautiful view, furnished kitchen, car-port. €2.500 monthly. EDWARDS tel. 068610871, firstname.lastname@example.org. MONTEVERDE VECCHIO. Spacious 3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, living room, panoramic terrace, parking. Ref 1236. Tel. 063212341. MONTI - NEAR VIA NAZIONALE. Modern apartment, 2 double bedrooms, dining room, living room, comfortable bathroom with shower, equipped kitchen, A/C, dishwasher and washing machine. Max 5 people. Tel. 339 / 5381750, email@example.com. NAVONA AREA. Charming 1 bedroom apartment, fireplace, 55 sqm, old Rome character. €1.250. Tel. 065813452, firstname.lastname@example.org.
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DO YOU WANT TO ADVERTISE YOUR APARTMENTS IN PARIS, BERLIN, LONDON OR MADRID? DO YOU HAVE A JOB TO OFFER IN DUBLIN, BARCELONA, BRUSSELS OR AMSTERDAM? Then go to www.wantedineurope.com and place your ad directly online. Or come to our office at Via dei Falegnami 79 and we can place it for you. Tel. 06 6867967 or e-mail us at email@example.com NOMENTANA - MARYMOUNT VICINITY. 200-sqm unfurnished apartment, living room, 4 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms, kitchen, small terrace, garage. €3.500. Tel. 0664490644, 335 / 8434722, firstname.lastname@example.org. OLGIATA. Semi-detached villa, 450 sqm, 5 bedrooms, 3 bathroom, vast living / dining room, fireplace, furnished kitchen, den, large hobbyroom, 1.200-sqm private garden, double-box. EDWARDS tel. 068610871, email@example.com. PANTHEON AND PONTE MILVIO. Nice studios, period building, new and well decorated, fully equipped, kitchen corner, double bedroom, bathroom, air conditioning or fan, internet, TV. Long term too. Tel. 348 / 9792106, firstname.lastname@example.org. PANTHEON. Beautiful penthouse, terrace, living room, dining room, 2 bedrooms. Quiet street. Max 6 months. €2.600. Tel 065813452, email@example.com. PANTHEON. Beautifully renovated,, 1 bedroom, bathroom, living room w/fireplace, kitchen, terrace. Refs 224/438. Tel. 063212341. PARIOLI. Elegantly furnished 130sqm apartment, A/C, 1 double bedroom, 2 single bedrooms, living / dining room, lovely small terrace, kitchen, alarm system, car-port. €2.500 monthly. EDWARDS tel. 068610871, firstname.lastname@example.org. PARIOLI. Restored, unfurnished apartment, 3 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms, spacious living / dining room, study and furnished kitchen. Tel. 064881384. PIAZZA DEL POPOLO. 4th floor. furnished 2 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, spacious living, kitchen, elevator. Ref 637. Tel. 063212341. PIAZZA DI SPAGNA. Very special, cottage-like on 2 levels, private garden, living room, bedroom, fireplace. Quiet. €1.800. Tel. 065813452, email@example.com. PIAZZA NAVIGATORE. Restored, furnished apartment, 200 sqm + 30sqm terrace, 3 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms, spacious living / dining room, kitchen, garage. Tel. 064881384. PIAZZA NAVONA. Restored, unfurnished penthouse, 3rd floor NO elevator, 3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, living / dining room, furnished kitchen, 3 terraces. Tel. 064881384. PIAZZALE FLAMINIO. Restored, unfurnished apartment, 3 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms, living room, dining room, furnished kitchen and balconies. Tel. 064881384. PIRAMIDE. Bright large comfortable room in apartment shared with easy going female, light smoker. Well connected to Metro B, Piramide Station. Double bed, big wardrobe, desk, shared kitchen and bath room. Available from May, women only. Tel. 348 / 3812609, email: firstname.lastname@example.org. PRATI - RAI. Nice building, silent, 70sqm, 2nd floor, finely restored, high ceilings, living room, kitchenette, bedroom, studio, balcony, modern heating system. Tel. 329 / 3150176. No agencies.
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PRATI. Furnished apartment, 3rd floor, 130 sqm, large living room, 3 bedrooms, kitchen with balcony, 2 bathrooms, doorman, €2.700. Tel. 0654211074, email@example.com. Ref 1. PRATI. Beautifully restored apartment, 2 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, living / dining room and kitchen. Tel. 064881384. ROMA CENTRO - ATTIC CON TERRAZZO. Top floor apt. city centre with great terrace and views. 130 sqm 3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, living room, dining room, kitchen and garage. A/C, ind. gas heating, unfurnished. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org. ROMAN FORUM. Restored, furnished studio apartment, bedroom, bathroom, area separate, living area, spacious live-in kitchen and large terrace with lovely views. Tel. 064881384. ROME SWEET HOME HISTORIC CENTRE. Lets to companies and private individuals. Exclusive locations. Apartments, 1 - 2 - 3 bedrooms, completely furnished, maid service, utilities included, special rates for monthly lets. www.travelbusinessapartments.it, email@example.com. Tel. 0669924091 – 335 / 7713580. S. GIOVANNI METRO. Beautiful 100sqm furnished apt. A/C, living room, 2 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, study, kitchen, balcony. €2.000. Tel. 0664490644, 335 / 8434722, firstname.lastname@example.org. S. GIOVANNI. Furnished apartment, 2nd floor, 120 sqm, living room, kitchen, 2 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, storage room, balcony, €1.600. Tel. 0654211074, email@example.com. SPAGNA. Modern, 3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, living room, A/C, period building. Ref 1250. Tel. 063212341. SPANISH STEPS. Restored, unfurnished apartment, 2 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, living / dining room, kitchen and terrace. Tel. 064881384. SPANISH STEPS. Restored, furnished apartment, very spacious, bedroom, bathroom, living room, dining room, kitchen and terrace. Tel. 064881384. TRASTEVERE - LUNGARA. 70 sqm, unfurnished, bright, 2nd floor apartment, small balcony, living room, bedroom, bathroom, small kitchen. €1.700. Tel. 0664490644 3358434722, firstname.lastname@example.org. TRASTEVERE. Charming townhouse, private garden, living room, fireplace, 2 bedrooms, A/C, country atmosphere. €2.000. Tel. 065813452, email@example.com. TRASTEVERE. Unique townhouse, furnished, terrace, view, living room, dining room, study, 2 bedrooms, quiet. Tel. 065813452, firstname.lastname@example.org. TRASTEVERE. Lovely, living room, 2 bedrooms, balcony, old Rome charm. Furnished. €1.700. Also penthouse, 1 bedroom, terrace. €1.500. Tel. 065813452, email@example.com. TRASTEVERE. Modern, spacious, 1 bedroom, living room, study loft, new kitchen & bathroom. Refs 1100/72/1267. Tel. 063212341.
TRASTEVERE. Lovely, furnished, independent, on 2 levels, living room with fireplace, dining room, double bedroom, bathroom, kitchen, €1.600. Tel. Fidia immobiliare 0639736426. TRASTEVERE/MAMELI MINIAPARTMENT Trastevere/Mameli quiet mini-apartment, with kitchenette, fully furnished, dishwasher, washing machine, lift, sleeps max 3 no agency. Shortest let 4 weeks €1.200. Available from May. firstname.lastname@example.org. TRIESTE - PIAZZA VESCOVIO. 2nd floor, living room with small balcony, dining room ( or second bedroom), bedroom, kitchen, bathroom, furnished. For photos, www.casaitaly.it, 068419827. Join us on Facebook! VIA BONCOMPAGNI - NEAR VIA VENETO. In a beautiful elegant building, 80-sqm apartment, 1st floor, very quiet, 1 double bedroom, large living room with comfortable double sofa bed, bathroom with shower, independent and fully equipped kitchen. €1.600 monthly. Tel. 330 / 344773, 081 422593. VIGNA CLARA - NEAR MARYMOUNT SCHOOL. Beautiful, refurbished 250sqm apartment, 3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, vast living / dining room, 2 terraces, furnished kitchen, maid’s quarters, alarm system, large carport. €3.300 monthly. EDWARDS tel. 068610871, email@example.com. VILLA PAMPHILI PARK - PICCOLOMINI. Lovely penthouse, terrace, living room, 2 bedrooms, unfurnished, elegant compound. €1.800. Tel. 065813452, firstname.lastname@example.org.
accommodation vacant out of town ROCCA PRIORA To be rented: little, cosy, country-house, 1 bedroom with covered veranda, 1 living / dining room with fireplace, 2 bathrooms, roof terrace, garden. Tel. 069406263. TIVOLI - MANDELA. 50 km from Rome, apartment in old castle, bedroom, living room, unfurnished. €200 + €40 condominium. Tel. 066786400. ZAGAROLO (ROMA) Attractive independent furnished cottage, live-in kitchen, bedroom, small room, large garden, Zagarolo 30km centre Rome. Good train connection €600/monthly. Tel. 347 / 7037894, email: email@example.com.
bed & breakfast PIAZZA BOLOGNA. In delightful apartment with terrace, central location,100m from metro, A/C, wifi, room with private bathroom, use of kitchen. Minimum 4 nights, weekly rates available. Tel. 0644290809, email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
holiday accommodation EGADI - ISOLA DI FAVIGNANA (TRAPANI). In an exclusive residential area, 1.600-sqm garden with pine trees, 150 metres from the sea, 3 bedrooms (sleeps 6: 3 couples or 2 families), 2 bathrooms, kitchen, living room opening onto patios and large external paved area, arranged and furnished with the aim of increasing the pleasure of your stay. Possibility of parking in private garden for at least 3 cars. Photos available. Tel. +39 347 / 5290223, + 39 0669920914, email@example.com. TOSCANA - PORTO S. STEFANO. Small villa, 2 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, living room, kitchenette, large garden above ground swimming pool. Weekly or monthly let. Tel. 333 / 2024804, firstname.lastname@example.org. VILLASIMIUS - SARDEGNA. 150 mt from the sea, 4 bedrooms, sleeps 8 people, 3 bathrooms, kitchen, dining room, living room, equipped veranda with panoramic view, barbeque, private gazebo overlooking sea side. Weekly and monthly let. Tel. 339 / 2787679, email@example.com, http://villamirta.jimdo.com/english/.
jobs vacant ACCOUNTANT. The Multinational Force and Observers (MFO), an International Peacekeeping Organization, is seeking an Accountant for its Rome headquarters, to support the Accounting Officer in maintaining the general ledger, preparing budgets, compiling financial reports and facilitating external audits. The ideal candidate should be a university graduate or qualified accountant, have at least 5 years’ experience in accountancy and knowledge of computerized accounting systems, preferably SAP, and of MS Office applications. Italian working papers/EU citizenship required, as well as fluency in English and Italian. A 2year renewable contract with full benefits will be offered. Send full resume, including citizenship and salary history, by fax or email to: Office of personnel, Fax: 0657119444, firstname.lastname@example.org.
BILINGUAL TEAM WORKER. Established real estate agency is looking for a dynamic bilingual team worker, preferably part-time. Maximum discretion guaranteed. Please send CVs to: email@example.com. BRITISH SCHOOL: TEACHERS REQUIRED for children and adults. Experience and Celta required. Fulltime and part-time. Tel. 0633220960, firstname.lastname@example.org. ENGLISH - IT PRESCHOOL TEACHERS. The Ecole Franco-Italienne of Florence seeks qualified mothertongue English teachers with classroom teaching (not language school) experience for: Middle/High school English teacher; Information Technology teacher; Preschool teacher with Montessori approach. Send CV with letter to email@example.com. ENGLISH TEACHERS NEEDED. Established English School currently seeking full/part-time English mothertongue teachers for adult and children courses. Full training provided. Contact us on 0647823253 or send your CV to firstname.lastname@example.org. ENGLISH TEACHERS. Mother-tongue teachers required all year, Rome. Apply at www.eilschool.com “jobs” page or 0643419069 only if no internet. ESTABILISHED ENGLISH LANGUAGE SCHOOL seeks full-time receptionist. English mother-tongue and good Italian required. Please send your CV to: email@example.com or call 0647823253. ESTABLISHED PRESTIGIOUS LANGUAGE school Rome seeks mothertongue English teachers. Offering good weekly wage, professional environment, immediate start. Tel. 063611508, firstname.lastname@example.org.
FREELANCE ENGLISH LANGUAGE TEACHERS required, general English, business English courses, applicants must have working papers, relevant qualifications and experience. Send CV to email@example.com. Tel. 0669792112, 340 / 7760020. INFANTS SCHOOL TEACHER SEPT 2011. Ostia International School is seeking English mother-tongue teaching candidates for positions in the Infant School to start September 2011. All candidates must have a relevant degree in Education with a specialization in Early Childhood and have at least two years experience teaching in a primary school setting. Masters degree in Education is preferred. Please email CV and cover letter to the Head teacher at firstname.lastname@example.org. Tel. 0656470549. LANGUAGE CONSULTANTS SRL seeks professional Business English teachers for in-house training in multinational companies based in Rome, Pomezia, Aprilia, Latina and Agnani. Essential requirements are: English mother-tongue, formal teaching qualification, minimum 3 years teaching experience, own transport, and resident in Lazio. Excellent conditions. Contract work in block hours. Send CV to: Amanda Jane Franklin, Director of Studies, at email@example.com. OFFICIAL GUIDES WANTED. Official guides wanted, with degree in Art History or Archeology and excellent English skills, to collaborate with a cultural association which organizes high-quality cultural guided tours (www.througheternity. com). Mentioned in prestigious guidebooks. Please send your resume to firstname.lastname@example.org. RECEPTIONIST. Receptionist required for camping resort in Rome working on a rota basis. We are looking for
someone with Excellent spoken English + another European language. Excellent customer service and communication skills and a cando flexible attitude. Duties will include: Smooth running of the reception area. Checking in & out of guests. Reservations. An immediate start is possible for the right applicant. Send CV to email@example.com. SCHOOL SECRETARY. English/Italian. Start May 2011. Send CV to firstname.lastname@example.org. SEEKING FINANCIAL CON TROLLER. Dynamic international company based in Rome EUR area is seeking Financial Controller for all company financial responsibilities; book-keeping, payables, receivables, company P&L, forecasting, reporting and analytics. Works closely with external Commercialista and Consulente del Lavoro and reports into General Manager. Must have complete understanding and use of excel and MS Office. Must speak fluent business English and Italian with understanding of Italian Fiscal codes. Must have residency/work Visa for Italy. Fulltime position (Monday to Friday) with immediate start. If qualified and interested send CV to: email@example.com. TOURIST ASSISTANT. Tour operator looking for assistant with good command of English, well motivated, to give information and assist tourists. Must be resident in Rome and able to begin immediately. Reply giving contact number, firstname.lastname@example.org.
property for sale in town UNIQUE APARTMENT ROME CEN TRE. Close to the Roman Forum, restored apartment, 1st floor with lovely garden. Apartment consists of 2 bedrooms, bathroom, living/dining room, kitchen patio and garden. Tel. 066879910, 335 / 6239863.
property for sale out of town OSTERIA NUOVA - PONTICELLI (RI). Country house for sale in Sabina, 50 km from Rome, consisting in 2 apartments, 180 sqm, 3 bathrooms, 8 rooms, garage, 7000 m. land with olive trees and Roman ruins. €320.000. Tel. 338 / 4327088. SABATINI HILLS TREVIGNANO ROMANO. A house, a bit colonial style, located near the Sabatini hills, with view of lake Bracciano, about 60km from Rome and 2km from Trevignano Romano centre. The house, with an inhabitable surface of 263 sqm is surrounded by a 800-sqm garden, easy to take care of. For more details please visit www.searchandsale.net and if interested send message to email@example.com for more information. Tel 348 / 5310016. Price: by mutual agreement.
rooms and flats shares MONTEVERDE. Double bedroom available, own bathroom, short or long periods, location terminus tram 8 Gianoicolense, near Villa Pamphili. Tel. 327 / 0496932. 1 SINGLE SPACIOUS ROOM. Bright, 4th floor, large common living room, near FAO, A/C. Available from 1 April. €500 per month expenses excluded. firstname.lastname@example.org. LARGE BRIGHT ROOM. MetroB Garbatella 2 stops from FAO COLOSSEO, kitchen, washing machine, free internet, €500 expenses included. Tel. 347 / 8588544, 065140512, email@example.com.
MEDAGLIE D’ORO Single room with private bathroom. Completely furnished, bright, quiet, well connected, apartment to share with a quiet and tidy lady, teaching philosophy at the Angelicum (Catholic University). You must be quiet and tidy as well. At least 6 months, common living room, kitchen, washing machine, microwave. 10 min. walk to Metro A (Cipro), 200 m. to surface train station (Appiano). €575 all inclusive (heating, electricity, condominium, wireless internet, Italian calls. Tel. 339 / 5713880, firstname.lastname@example.org. PIRAMIDE. Bright large comfortable room in apartment shared with easy going female, light smoker. Well connected to Metro B, Piramide Station. Double bed, big wardrobe, desk, shared kitchen and bath room. Available from May, women only. Tel. 348 / 3812609, email: email@example.com. PRATI - METRO LEPANTO. Single room, private bathroom and terrace, in elegant flat. To referenced, quiet female non smoker only. Tel. 333 / 2385331. TESTACCIO. Room in a lovely apartment shared bathroom, living room, kitchen. €450/month + deposit. Respectful non-smoking female preferred. firstname.lastname@example.org. Tel: 392 / 3701430. VILLA PAMPHILI Gianicolo, from 20 May, nice room for female / student, in period building, fully equipped, near Trastevere, Villa Pamphili. Well connected FAO, WPF, all Universities, Fiumicino by train and bus. €570 all inclusive. tel: 348 / 7740536. e-mail: email@example.com
short lets APARTMENTS - HOUSES. Linen service, minimum deposit. Tel. 0648930557, tel. / fax 0648976525 office hours, firstname.lastname@example.org, www.flatinrome.com. CAMPO DE’ FIORI SPAGNA - NAVONA. Pantheon, Trastevere, Prati. Fully-furnished apartments, 1 week minimum. Many other possibilities. Tel. / fax 0648905897, email@example.com, www.shortletsassistance.com. HISTORIC CENTRE. Largo Torre Argentina, mini-studio apartment with kitchenette, bathroom, 100-sqm terrace, breathtaking view of historic Rome, weekly rent €500. Tel. 065919125, firstname.lastname@example.org. PANTHEON - PONTE MILVIO. Nice studios, period building, new and well decorated, fully equipped, kitchen corner, double bedroom, bathroom, air conditioning or fan, internet, TV. Long term too. Tel. 348 / 9792106, email@example.com. PIAZZA FARNESE. To let for short periods, elegant apartment, 80 sqm, for further information email: firstname.lastname@example.org. ROME SWEET HOME HISTORIC CENTRE. Lets to companies and private individuals. Exclusive locations. Apartments, 1 - 2 - 3 bedrooms, completely furnished, maid service, utilities included, special rates for monthly lets. www.romesweethome.com, email@example.com. Tel. 0669924091 - 335 / 7713580. TRIESTE - VIA NEROLA. Furnished apartment, 2 bedrooms, 1 small room, double living room, kitchen, 2 bathrooms, balcony. Weekly and monthly let. Tel. 333 / 2024804, firstname.lastname@example.org.
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accommodation wanted APARTMENT FURIO CAMILLO. Serious long-term tenant looking to rent apartment in Furio Camillo area for €650/€700. Can provide strong references. APARTMENT FURNISHED 31ST AUG 2011. Looking for 1-bed apartment, Piramide, Ostiense, San Paolo, Garbatella. Max €950 incl bills. FINNISH ARTIST AND WRITER. Room or small flat in central Rome for May 9th until June 20th. email@example.com. NEED ROOM OR POSTO LETTO. Seeks room or share. Hard working, teacher, writer. Non smoker, single, sociable collaborative. €300. American-Italian. 46 male. Tel. 327 / 1038423, firstname.lastname@example.org. SHARED APARTMENT OR SINGLE. Arriving in Rome the end of May till end August, price range to €550/month, close to city center. email@example.com. VIGNA PIA - AMBRIT - MONTEVERDE. Large well appointed apartment 4 bedrooms. Required from July/August 2011. Garden or terrace. Send photos. firstname.lastname@example.org.
animals TRUSTED HOUSESITTERS. Going away? Find a mature, trustworthy, reliable pet sitter FOC with: www.trustedhousesitters.com. 6 month free membership with promo code WANTEDINROME. DOG SITTER. Experienced, caring lady will walk, feed, play with your dog mornings only. Torrino and Eur areas. Tel. 338 / 1952908. DOG SITTER. Experienced Dog sitter - visits to home with walk of 45 min/5 Euro. Available evenings only/Centre. Please contact email@example.com. EASTER KITTENS. FREE! Easter kittens! Tel. 347 / 4503896. Penny. LABRADOR PUPPIES FOR SALE. Adorable Labrador puppies for sale, microchip and vaccines. 450 euro each, available immediately. Call 329 / 1941997.
events MAKEUP ARTIST / LOOK MAKER UK qualified, day, evening, bridal and special occasions, also individual makeup lessons. Call 328 / 8148949. MARCH IN MARCH “LIBYA”. Without fear and tear run if necessary or come at a alt. Avoid the bullets, embrace the guns, leave a pool of courage after the rivulet of blood March in march hope to survivor. Ready to approach. Truly Marco. SINGER&BAND FOR WEDDINGS/ EVENTS. Band for Weddings/Events. Sings Standards& Bossa Nova. Very good references. Call 339 / 8235186. THAI MASSAGE COURSE IN ROME. 150 hours: traditional popular style (cheloysiak). Spiritual and therapeutic practice. Starts April 9th. www.sawadeeinternational.org. Tel. 339 / 1237179. WORLD CULTURE FESTIVAL BERLIN. Join in an unforgettable celebration of dance, yoga, music and meditation at the Berlin Olympic stadium 2-3 July. www.worldculturefestival.org. Tel. 335 / 6879109.
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exchanges TRUSTED HOUSESITTERS. Going away? Find a mature, trustworthy, reliable pet sitter FOC with: www.trustedhousesitters.com. 6 month free membership with promo code WANTEDINROME. ENGLISH - GERMAN EXCHANGE. English mother-tongue classical singer looking for a language exchange with a German speaker. firstname.lastname@example.org. FLAT EXCHANGE BATH, U.K FOR ROME. l bed flat in beautiful Bath, UK to swap for similar in Rome for 1 month plus. email@example.com. FLAT EXCHANGE ROME - NEW YORK. Beautiful 1 bedroom apartment in central rome available for 3 month exchange with similar apartment in new york. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org. HOUSE EXCHANGE ROMA HELSINKI. House exchange Roma Helsinki Finland, June 2011, email: email@example.com. ITALIAN/ENGLISH CONVERSATIONS. Italian girl gives the opportunity to speak Italian in exchange for English conversations. Please contact me at e.mail: firstname.lastname@example.org. LANGUAGE EXCHANGES. Italian young lawyer excellent in Englsh is looking for someone for having conversation. Benvenuto tel. 339 / 8235186. LOOKING FOR EN-IIT EXCHANGE. Bloody boring American couple in their 50’s looking for EN-IT language/culture exchange to enrich meaningless existence, email@example.com. MADRELINGUA INGLESE INSEG NANTE. Sono disponibile per lezione privato delle mattine e serate. laureato, lavoro con Trinity Language School. Tel. 393 / 3347562. Zona Roma SUD/EUR. PROPERTY GUARDIAN. Will be your property guardian in exchange for a autonomous living space on the property. Vicinity Rome. Call Darteo 339 / 3463433.
health & fitness ACUPUNCTURE. Looking for a registered Acupuncturist? Please call Sabrie MD Vicolo del Bollo 14 00186. Rome tel. 066892634, 339 / 7054855, firstname.lastname@example.org. ADS AMERICAN DENTAL STUDIOS. An American, American trained, U of M Dentist is available for emergencies everyday, including Sundays. With his team including Orthodontic specialist, Implantology specialist, and his Canadian Root Canal specialist, we provide complete dental care with the latest dental technology. 3 studios: 1) 80 m Metro Colosseo, 2) 100 m Metro EUR FERMI 3) our Infernetto Studio. Appointment only. Tel. 333/ 9061799, email@example.com, www.americandentalstudios.com. AMERICAN PSYCHOLOGIST. Individual psychotherapy for all mental health issues. Experienced and licensed practitioner. Metro Cipro. Rose Kazma 0639742957 or 333 / 5822808. BLACK MASSEUR €3 30 PER HOUR. Black man Oriental Oil Massage ZEN-masseur Overweight Cellulitis Relax www.abcdservizi.com MEN €60/h WOMEN €30/hour. Tel. 347 / 7244003.
CHIROPRACTOR. Specialist in neck/low back pain, headaches, sports injury, and joint pain. Tel 06 89829605, 348 532 3633, email firstname.lastname@example.org. COGNITIVE THERAPY. Experienced psychotherapist, central Rome, for help with depression, anxiety, transitions, relationships. See www.potentiality.net. Contact Pam Powers, email@example.com. ENGLISH DENTAL STUDIO IN ROME. Via della Fonte di Fauno,29 00153 Rome, Italy phone +39 065783639, 24/7 mobile +39 320 / 3009440, firstname.lastname@example.org/Follow EDS on Facebook. FEMALE TENNIS PARTNER. I’m 25 and i want to start playing tennis again. Let me know if you’re interested! email@example.com. FOOTS @ HANDS REFLEXOLOGY. Seriously Italian young man practices hands and feet reflexology absolute benefits against muscle pain 3398235186. FREE SELF-D DEVELOPMENT NEWSLETTER. Articles, inspiring stories, tips, life-enhancing strategies and much more. Sign Up Today! www.damienofarrell.com or 339 / 3332547. POWER LIVES COACHING. Create a life plan and achieve your goals with a renowned life-coach. Tel. 3393332547, www.damienofarrell.com for information. THAI MASSAGE. by man certificate with experience in eastern arts, traditional or relaxing. At your home. Tel. 327 / 0151643. ZEN MASSEUR €3 30 YOUR/MY HOME. Black man massage therapist, oil massage, www.abcdservizi.com your/my home-hotel. MEN €60/h WOMEN €30/hour Tel. 327 / 0610447.
household sales 3 SEATER FRAU LEATHER SOFA. 2 seater FRAU leather sofa, model Petronio, in very good condition, red, E.1900.Call 3339733468. 3-S SEATER SOFA + ARMCHAIR. 3seater + armchair, velvet, beige. Both for €70. You pick-up. To view call: 339 / 7636677 or firstname.lastname@example.org. 3-S SEATER SOFA BED. Custom-made turquoise blue with single regular mattress incorporated. Side tables attached: Ivory cushions. €150. Tel. 062304487. ANTIQUE CRICKET SET. 19th Century mahogany/brass stumps and bails. Collector’s item or window dressing. Can be seen Rome. €200 o.n.o. Tel. 339 / 2116047. ASUS EEE PC NOTEBOOK. Intel Atom 133ghz, Windows 7, seldom used €250, tel. 348 / 9813548. BEDROOM CHAIRS. 2 in blue velvet. €25 each or €40 for the pair. Tel: 333 / 7490606, 066634285. CASIO DIGITAL PIANO. Casio Stereo Sampling CDP-100; AS new with stand. €299. Call 331 / 9082792 or write email@example.com. CHANDELIERS. Must collect near Viale Libia: 2 matching chandeliers, €200 each, €350 both Other items too. Photos, measurements: www.tinyurl.com/5tqnwub. firstname.lastname@example.org. CUSTOM-M MADE BUNK BEDS. Solid wood custom bed with orthopedic mattresses, solid wood base. Bed disappears when sliding doors pulled, spacesaver. Fiuggi town 339 / 7636677.
DESIGNER PILLOWS. DESIGNER PILLOWS IN GREAT CONDITION PERFECT ANYWHERE ONLY €10 CALL 366 / 6795750 OR WRITE FOR PICTURES. HAIR DRYER+DIFFUSER+IRON. HAIR DRYER / DIFFUSER / CURLING IRON LIKE NEW ONLY €7 CALL 366/6795750 OR WRITE FOR PICTURES. HIP/THIGH EXERCISE MACHINE. Almost New Body by Jake of California hip and thigh machine €120. For photos: 339 / 7636677 or email@example.com. JACKSON 5 2LP COLLECTION. Bought in Canada in the late 70s, Pickwick Edition - very hard to find. €10.000 negotiable tel 392 / 7388608. JAPANESE ANTIQUE SALE. friday 25 saturday 26 March (11am-4pm). zone: Appia Antica tel 3339064010. Kimono, netsuke, ukiyoe (Hokusai, Hiroshige), ceramiche, tea ceremony and more. KIDS BYCICLE FOR SALE. DECATHLON k16 “The Kids Bike” for SALE, in good condition. Euros 25. Call 331 / 9082792 or write firstname.lastname@example.org. KITCHEN. 2 year old Ikea kitchen for sale, fridge included. Can be delivered in central Rome. email@example.com, 392 / 2502792. LEATHER COAT FOR SALE. Conbipel three-quarter length black leather coat €50 as new. Cell 338 / 7898251. MOVING SALE!!! LOVELY MIRROR SMALL WITH WOOD FRAMING LIKE NEW IDEAL FOR DECORATION €5 CALL 366 / 6795750 OR WRITE FOR PICTURE. PASTEL PAINTINGS. American artist Sally Tate. 2 still life framed. Size 75x64 and 71x66. €150 each. Tel. 066634285, cell. 333 / 7490606. RATTAN BASKETS LIKE NEW. RATTAN BASKETS DIFFERENT SHAPES GORGEOUS AND LIKE NEW ONLY €15 CALL 366 / 6795750 OR WRITE FOR PICTURES. SECRETAIRE. Must collect Viale Libia: desk with marquetry inlay, €250. Other items too. Photos, measurements: www.tinyurl.com/5tqnwub. firstname.lastname@example.org. SINGER SEWING MACHINE. Model 746, fancy stitches with instruction book. Price €30. Tel. 333 / 7490606, 066634285. SOFA-B BED. Must collect Viale Libia: sofa-bed, sleeps 2, red with cover, cushions €100 Other items too. Photos, measurements: www.tinyurl.com/5tqnwub. email@example.com. TELESCOPE FOR SALE. Telescope semi-professional hardly used selling for €100 it cost €300 new. Cell 338 / 7898251. THE ART OF CROCHET. Hand made scarf, baby plaid bedspreads etc www.lavoricrea.webs.com. You commission I will make it. Tel. 329 / 7843257. THONET 3 SEATER SOFA BED. 3seater sofa bed, model MELOGRANO, bought at FRAU store, white, never used, €400. Call 333 / 9733468. WARDROBE. Must collect near Viale Libia: white 5-door wardrobe €290. Other items too. Photos, measurements at www.tinyurl.com/5tqnwub. firstname.lastname@example.org. WET SUIT FOR SURFING/DIVING. Long sleeved wet suit €100 + summer wet suit free included. Size 48. Cell 338 / 7898251.
IT & computers BLACKBERRY STORM 8800 LIKE NEW. BLACKBERRY STORM 8800 BLACK AND LIKE NEW ONLY €90 CALL 366 / 6795750 OR WRITE FOR PICTURES. COMPUTER ASSISTANCE / LESSONS. Native English / fluent Italian. Expert care in your home / office, whatever your PC problems / requirements. Thomas 347 / 7215686. COMPUTER LESSON. If you need to learn the basics or more about computers at home call 345 / 0164223 or email email@example.com.
jobs wanted ARABIC TEACHER female, experienced and qualified Arabic teacher, very friendly with kids firstname.lastname@example.org BABYSITTER FOR MORNING HOURS. American girl available mornings M-F as a babysitter or English teacher. Experienced. Speaks some Italian. email@example.com. BABYSITTER MOTHER-T TONGUE ENGLISH. Female 24 years. Seeking babysitting/nanny/tutor position in Frascati. Experience with children. Tel. 347 / 2140300, firstname.lastname@example.org. BABYSITTER OR CLEANING. Romanian, 33, looking for a job as babysitter or cleaning by hours. Good references. Email: email@example.com, 380 / 1712630. BABYSITTER. I offer a job as a babysitter (€6/hour), or mothertongue German conversation. Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org. BABYSITTING,OR SENIOR CARE. Mature woman, able to transfer, cleaning, cooking, monitoring, playful and responsible. References available (Laura) email@example.com. BABYSITTING/HOUSEKEEPING. Babysitter/housekeeper available full/part time. English/Italian spoken. Call 380 / 9005930 for more infomation. Thanks. BABYSITTING/HOUSEKEEPING. Babysitter/housekeeper available full/part time. English/Italian spoken. Call 320 / 1181774 Thanks.
BILINGUAL ENGLISH/ ITALIAN. and Proficiency in Spanish, working experience in USA and Italy is looking for a part-time job in teaching, translating. 392 / 3304929. ENGLISH BABYSITTING. 5 years experience 34yrs female, uses play therapy and activities to teach english to children. 15pm - 19pm, email: firstname.lastname@example.org. ENGLISH LANGUAGE NATIVE. English mother tongue Non EU looking for work as a tutor/ teacher. Am also a Sales and Marketing professional. Email: email@example.com. ENGLISH TEACHER AVAILABLE. Looking for teaching work in central area from 8am until 2pm with a school or private. call 347 / 4536421. ENGLISH TUTOR OR BABYSITTER. American female student available for tutoring or babysitting in or around central Roma. Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org. ENGLISH TUTORING OR BABYSITTING. Professional NewZealand female speaks native English. Can give affordable English lessons and/or babysit in Rome. Contact: 3661514124 or email@example.com. EXPERIENCED ACCOUNTING SECRETARY. Fluent English, back-office, data-entry, invoicing, customer services oriented, receptionist, seeking position in offices/hotels/travel agencies. Please reply: firstname.lastname@example.org or 328 / 6425491. EXPERIENCED BABYSITTER. Mother-tongue English Female 24yr old. Seeking babysitter/nanny/tutor position. Experience working with children. Tel. 347 / 2140300, email: email@example.com. EXPERIENCED IN CUSTOMER SERVICE. 30 yr-old Fil, EMT, writer, artist. Seeks job in Rome for hotels, restaurants, bars, offices & babysitting. CRIS 327 / 8392510, firstname.lastname@example.org. EXPERIENCED TOUR GUIDE. Native English speaker with history degree. worked in Vatican, Galleria Borghese. Looking for position with company or Private. email@example.com 3334245849. FOREIGN/INT.PUBLIC RELATION SHIP. Fluent trilingual diplomatic & Pub Affairs ex-government staff, excellent in PR seeks position. Tel. +39 339 / 8235186.
Aeroporto Ciampino Aeroporto di Fiumicino Arrivi Airterminal Fiumicino Anglo American Book Shop C.so Italia, 34 Corso Francia, 228 Corso Trieste, 90 Feltrinelli International L.go Argentina L.go Chigi L.go del Colonnato Largo Arenula, 12/B Largo Argentina, 14 P.le Albania P.le Cola Di Rienzo P.le Flaminio P.le Ponte Milvio P.zza Barberini P.zza Campo De’ Fiori P.zza Cola Di Rienzo P.zza Colonna P.zza del Parlamento P.zza della Balduina P.zza della Minerva
HOUSE CLEANING. Filipina 32y/o looking for a partime job speaks eng lish and italian w/ references contact 320 / 4656658. HOUSE KEEPER - OLD AGE CARE. Worker available immediately for any job with room and board anywhere in Italy and/or abroad. Tel 339 / 7762166. IMPIEGATA 43 ANNI. cerca secondo lavoro d’ufficio. Lingue: inglese e francese. Ottimo CV. Si raccomanda seriet‡. Alessia 338 / 9008918.
personal BOLLYWOOD EVENING WEAR. High fashion oriental 3-piece evening wear. Rich stone /gold embroidery. Fascinating colours. Unique & Trendy. Please call: 339 / 7636677. MAKEUP ARTIST / LOOK MAKER. Makeup Artist / Look maker, Uk qualified, day, evening, bridal and special occasions, also individual makeup lessons. Call at 328 / 8148949. MASSAGE BY EXPERT YOUR - MY HOME. Blackman massage since 1994, expert my practice or your Home-Hotel WOMAN €30/hour MAN €60 Tel. 068271618. MUSIC INVESTMENT PARTNER WANTED. Music Production seeks investment partner please view www.myspace.com/reymore and call Tel. 389 / 1886618. PERSONAL PHOTOGRAPHER. Your private or Commercial Photo low-cost, www.abcdservizi.com at your home, office, company. Tel. 3331953311. THE GIFT OF MUSIC. A Song to tell her / him how you feel! Hire a professional songwriter. Great gift idea. Tel. 392 / 7388608.
schools and colleges ENGLISH LANGUAGE COURSES IN UK. Courses for adults and teenagers with residential or family accommodation. Free advisory and placement service. Tel: 0655285664 or 339 / 3202916. firstname.lastname@example.org. TOTS WORLD PLAY SCHOOL. English speaking play school in the Piramide area for children under 4. Full or half day places available. 0657289765, email@example.com.
P.zza di Porta Pia P.zza di Spagna, 57 P.zza Euclide, 31 P.zza Farnese, 105 P.zza Giochi Delfici P.zza Mastai P.zza Pitagora, 6 P.zza Regina Margherita P.zza Repubblica, 6 P.zza Risorgimento P.zza S. Jacini P.zza S. Silvestro P.zza S.M. Trastevere P.zza Testaccio P.zza Trilussa P.zza Vescovio P.zza Vittorio P.zza Zanardelli, 16 P.zza in Lucina, 31 Salita De Crescenzi (Pantheon) Stazione Termini V.le Beethoven, 90/9 V.le G. Cesare Civ.17 V.le Parioli, 2
services TRUSTED HOUSESITTERS. Going away? Find a mature, trustworthy, reliable pet sitter FOC with: www.trustedhousesitters.com. 6 month free membership with promo code WANTEDINROME. CAR IMPORTATION. Let the experts at Principal Relocation Company take care of importing your vehicles/ motorbikes. Call +39 069094776 or visit www.reloprc.com. COOKING SERVICES. My name is Edith, i am doing proffesional cooking services on order, order now/call me at +39 334 / 3008281, Roma. ENGLISH SPEAKING TOUR GUIDE. Experienced tour guide offering services, has worked in Vatican and Galleria Borghese. Also available as English teacher firstname.lastname@example.org. FINANCIAL, LEGAL TRANSLATIONS. Technical translations (financial, legal documents) from English/French into Italian and viceversa. Expertise in international law offices Call 333 / 2730981. ITALIAN COOKING. I cook, organize everything at your place for dinners or lunches with your friends at your home. Tel. 333 / 2730981. JEWELLRY. Original handmade rings,earrings etc. FREE by recycling your old jewellry. Contact goldsmith/ designer email@example.com. MAKEUP ARTIST / LOOK MAKER. Makeup Artist / Look maker, Uk qualified, day, evening, bridal and special occasions, also individual makeup lessons. Call at 328 / 8148949. RELIABLE HANDYMAN. Reader warmly recommends reliable handyman - painting and decorating, gardening, etc. Very reasonable rates. Call 329 / 1295542 (speak Italian). VISA PROCUREMENT ASSISTANCE. Frequent traveler to India, China, etc. Principal Relocation Company can process all your Visa needs. Call +39.06.9094776 or visit www.reloprc.com.
transport 1974 ROVER TC 2000. Mexican brown, Rome number plate, petrol or GPL. One owner. Upholstery needs renewing. Can be seen Rome. €1500 ono. Tel. 339 / 2116047.
V.le Parioli, 54 V.le Trastevere Via Cassia 1839 Km.1 Via Cassia 993/995 Via Cassia Km 19.400 Via Cassia, 623 Via Cassia, 698 Via Cassia, 876 Via Cavour, 257 Via Celimontana, 5 Via Del Babuino, 150 Via della Magliana Via della Pace Via Flaminia 229 Via Gramsci, 1/B Via Gregorio VII, 55 Via Isola, 53 C. Palocco Via Marmorata Via Nazionale 7 Via Nomentana Via Orti Farnesina Via Valadier Via Veneto Viale Aventino/Fao
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St Francis Xavier del Caravita (Roman Catholic)
Via del Caravita 7 – www.caravita.org
American International Club of Rome
The following cinemas show films in English or original language when available – see daily press for programme details.
Piazza S. Silvestro 1, tel. 066977121 Sunday service 10.00 and 17.30
Via Merry del Val 14, tel. 065880099 in original language on Mon
Via XX Settembre 15, tel. 0642014554, Saturday service 18.00. Sunday service 09.00 and 10.30
Association of Malaysians in Italy
Via Urbana 47/a, tel. 0645490845
Via XX Settembre 7, tel. 064827627 Sunday service 11.00
Via Bissolati 47, tel. 06485526
Canadian Club of Rome
Via degli Orti d’Alibert 1/c, tel. 0668192987 www.filmstudioroma.com
tel. 0645447625 – www.aicrome.org
American Women’s Association of Rome tel. 064825268 – www.awar.org Association of British Expats in Italy
tel. 389 / 1162161 – email@example.com firstname.lastname@example.org email@example.com
Circolo di Cultura Mario Mieli
Gay and lesbian international contact group tel. 065413985 – fax 065413971
Via Nazionale, corner Via Napoli, tel. 064883339 Sunday service 08.30,10.30 (English), 13.00 (Spanish)
Via G. Bordoni 59, tel. 065745825
Irish Club of Rome
Professional Women’s Association
United Nations Women’s Guild
tel. 0657053628 – firstname.lastname@example.org www.unwgrome.multiply.com
tel. 347 / 9313040 – email@example.com www.wnrome-homepage.blogspot.com
St Paul’s within-tthe-W Walls (Anglican Episcopal)
Largo Ascianghi 1, tel. 065818116 in original language on Mon when available
Luncheon Club of Rome
St Patrick’s Church (Roman Catholic)
International Women’s Club of Rome
firstname.lastname@example.org – www.irishclubofrome.com
St Andrew’s Presbyterian Church
Via Boncompagni 31, tel. 064203121 Sunday service 10.00
Via in Lucina 16/g, tel. 066861068
tel. 0633267490 – www.pwarome.org
S. Susanna Church (Roman Catholic)
Commonwealth Club of Rome
S. Silvestro Church (Roman Catholic)
EMERGENCY NUMBERS • • • • • • • •
Ambulance tel. 118 Carabinieri tel. 112 Electricity and water faults (Acea) tel. 800130336 Fire brigade tel. 115 Forestry corps (forest fires) tel. 1515 Gas leaks (Italgas-Eni) tel. 800900999 Police tel. 113 Rubbish (Ama) tel. 8008670355
RELIGIOUS All Saints’ Anglican Church
SUPPORT GROUPS Alcoholics Anonymous
tel. 064742913 – www.aarome.info
(HIV+ children and their families) tel. 0677250350 – www.arche.it
Associazione Centro Astalli
(Jesuit refugee centre) Via degli Astalli 14/a tel. 0669700306
Associazione Ryder Italia
(Support for cancer patients and their families) tel. 065349622/0658204580 www.ryderitalia.it
Astra (Anti-sstalking risk assessment)
tel. 066535499 – www.differenzadonna.it
Caritas soup kitchen
(Mensa Giovanni Paolo II) Via delle Sette Sale 30 tel. 0647821098. 11.00-13.30 daily
Caritas foreigners’ support centre
Via del Babuino 153/b, tel. 0636001881 Sunday service 08.30 and 10.30 Kids Rock children’s service every 2nd and 4th Sunday of the month at midday.
Via Zoccolette 19, tel. 066875228 – 066861554
Largo Toniolo 20-22, tel. 066802637 www.saintlouisdefrance.it
Via Stresa 41, tel. 063014425
Piazza S. Giovanni in Laterano 6/a, tel. 0669886369
Herder International Book Center (German)
Lungotevere Michelangelo 7, tel. 069870464
tel. 338 / 1675680
Via A. Beroloni 1/e, tel. 068080474 Sunday service 11.15 (Swedish)
Piazza di S. Egidio 3/a, tel. 068992234
The following bookshops and libraries have books in English and other languages as specified.
Bibliothèque Centre Culturel Saint-L Louis de France (French)
Piazza di Montecitorio 117-120, tel. 066794628 email@example.com – www.herder.it
La Librairie Française de Rome La Procure (French)
Piazza S. Luigi dei Francesi 23, tel. 0668307598 www.librairiefrancaiserome.com
Libreria Feltrinelli International
Via V. E. Orlando 84, tel. 064827878, www.lafeltrinelli.it
Libreria Quattro Fontane (international)
Via delle Quattro Fontane 20/a, tel. 064814484
Libreria Spagnola Sorgente (Spanish)
Christian Science Services Church of All Nations Church of Sweden
Footsteps Inter-D Denominational Christian
South Rome, tel. 0650917621 – 333 / 2284093 North Rome, tel. 0630894371, firstname.lastname@example.org
International Central Gospel Church
Via XX Settembre 88, tel. 0655282695
International Christian Fellowship
Via Guido Castelnuovo 28, tel. 065594266 Sunday service 11.00
Jesus Cares Ministries
Piazza Navona 90, tel. 0668806950 www.libreriaspagnola.it
S. Susanna Lending Library
Tempio Maggiore, Lungotevere Cenci, tel. 066840061
Via XX Settembre 15, tel. 064827510 Opening times: Sat & Sun 10.00-12.30 Tues 10.00-13.00, Wed 15.00-18.00, Fri 13.00-16.00
The Almost Corner Bookshop
Via del Moro 45, tel. 065836942
The Anglo American Bookshop
Via della Vite 102, tel. 066795222
The Lion Bookshop & Café
Via dei Greci 33-36, tel. 0632654007 www.thelionbookshop.com
The Open Door Bookshop (second hand books – English, French, German, Italian)
Via della Lungaretta 23, tel. 065896478 www.books-in-italy.com
CHIAMAROMA 24-hour, multilingual information line for services in Rome, run by the city council.Tel. 060606.
Jewish Reform Group in Rome
Via Marsala 109, tel. 064457235
Caritas legal assistance
Celebrate Recovery Christian group Comunità di S. Egidio
Comunità di S. Egidio soup kitchen
Via Dandolo 10, tel 065894327 17.00-19.30 Wed, Fri, Sat
Information line for the disabled
Joel Nafuma Refugee Centre
St Paul’s within-the-Walls Via Nazionale, corner Via Napoli, tel. 064883339
Mason Perkins Deafness Fund
(Support for deaf and deaf-blind children) tel. 0644234511 – email@example.com www.mpds.it
Salvation Army (Esercito della Salvezza)
Congregation Lev Chadash, Piazza della Libertà 10 tel. 339 / 3824815, Shabbat services at 10.00, Friday night service once a month
Centro Sociale di Roma “Virgilio Paglieri” Via degli Apuli 41, tel. 064451351
Largo della Sanità Militare 60, tel. 067726761
(Italian only) Largo E. Fioritto 2, tel. 0657305104
Via Toscana 7, corner Via Sicilia 70 tel. 064817519, Sunday service 10.00 (German)
(Confidential telephone helpline for the distressed) tel. 800860022
Lay Centre at Foyer Unitas Lutheran Church
Ponte S. Angelo Methodist Church
Piazza Ponte S. Angelo, tel. 066868314 Sunday service 10.30
Pontifical Irish College
(Roman Catholic) Via dei Santi Quattro 1, tel. 06772631. Sunday service 10.00
Rome Baptist Church
Piazza S. Lorenzo in Lucina 35, tel. 066876652 – 066876211, Sunday service 10.30, 13.00 (Filipino), 16.00 (Chinese)
Rome Buddhist Centre Vihara
Via Mandas 2, tel. 0622460091
Rome Mosque (Centro Islamico)
Via della Moschea, tel. 068082167 – 068082258
Support for elderly victims of crime The Samaritans Onlus
TRANSPORT • Atac (Rome bus, metro and tram) tel. 800431784, www.atac.roma.it • Ciampino airport tel. 06794941, www.adr.it • Fiumicino airport tel. 0665951, www.adr.it • Taxi tel. 060609 – 065551 – 063570 – 068822 064157 – 066645 – 064994 • Traffic info tel. 1518 • Trenitalia (national railways) tel. 892021 www.trenitalia.it
13 April 2011 Wanted in Rome
Published on May 11, 2011