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Via Celimontana

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Valentina
Valentina
April 22, 2016
very good food and price!
Denise
Denise
February 20, 2013
The Caelian Hill is one of the famous Seven Hills of Rome. In Republican-era Rome the Caelian Hill was a fashionable residential district and the site of residences of the wealthy.
Desiree
Desiree
October 26, 2011
A very informal restaurant where you can try excellent Roman specialties. It is possible to dine outside

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Roma, Lazio 00184