Outline of Rome

The following outline is provided as an overview of and topical guide to Rome:

Flag of Rome
Coat of arms of Rome

Rome – capital of Italy and a special comune (named Comune di Roma Capitale). Rome also serves as the capital of the Lazio region. With 2,876,076 residents in 1,285 km2 (496.1 sq mi), it is also the country's most populated comune. It is the fourth-most populous city in the European Union by population within city limits. It is the center of the Metropolitan City of Rome, which has a population of 4.3 million residents. Rome is located in the central-western portion of the Italian Peninsula, within Lazio (Latium), along the shores of the Tiber.

The Vatican City is an independent city-state enclaved within Rome, the only existing example of a state within a city: for this reason, Rome has been often defined as the capital of two states. Rome is a very old city, founded over 28 centuries ago, and it was the center of power of the ancient Roman civilization.

General referenceEdit

Geography of RomeEdit

Geography of Rome

Location of RomeEdit

Rome (Italy)

Environment of RomeEdit

Landforms of RomeEdit

 
The view of the central parts of Rome and The Vatican as seen from Monte Mario
 
The Tiber

Areas of RomeEdit

Administrative subdivisions of RomeEdit

Administrative subdivisions of Rome

 
Municipi of Rome
 
A map of the center of Rome ("centro storico", roughly equal to the walled city) with its rioni

Locations in RomeEdit

Ancient monuments in RomeEdit

 
Lungotevere Ripa, overlooked by the complex of San Michele a Ripa
 
Via della Conciliazione, which connects Saint Peter's Square to the Castel Sant'Angelo

Ancient monuments in Rome

Bridges in RomeEdit

Bridges of Rome

CatacombsEdit

Catacombs of Rome

Churches in RomeEdit

Basilicas and churches of Rome

Fountains in RomeEdit

Fountains in Rome

Museums in RomeEdit

Museums in Rome

Palaces in RomeEdit

Palaces in Rome

Parks and gardens in RomeEdit

Parks and gardens in Rome

Public squares in RomeEdit

Piazzas in Rome

Streets of RomeEdit

Streets in Rome

Demographics of RomeEdit

Demographics of Rome

Government and politics of RomeEdit

 
Palazzo Senatorio, seat of the local government

Government of Rome

Law and order in RomeEdit

Military in RomeEdit

History of RomeEdit

History of Rome

History of Rome, by period or eventEdit

Timeline of the city of Rome

History of Rome, by subjectEdit

Culture in RomeEdit

 
Art exhibition in the Palazzo Corsini
 
Carbonara, an Italian pasta dish from Rome
 
Bust of Augustus, a fine example of Roman portraiture
 
Chigi Chapel, the dome with mosaics by the Renaissance artist Raphael
 
Altare della Patria, the best-known symbol of Roman neoclassical architecture
 
EUR, Rome, Guglielmo Marconi square
 
Marforio, one of the talking statues of Rome

Culture of Rome

Arts in RomeEdit

Arts in Rome

Architecture of RomeEdit

Architecture of Rome

Cinema of RomeEdit

Cinema of Rome

Music of RomeEdit

Music of Rome

Theatre of RomeEdit

Theatre in Rome

Religion in RomeEdit

 
The cathedra of the Pope in the apse of Archbasilica of Saint John Lateran, Rome
 
Mosque of Rome, the largest mosque outside the Islamic world

Religion in Rome

Churches in RomeEdit

Sports in RomeEdit

 
Opening ceremony of the 1960 Summer Olympics in Rome's Stadio Olimpico
 
Stadio dei Marmi, a stadium in the Foro Italico sports complex

Sports in Rome

Economy and infrastructure of RomeEdit

 
The Colosseum, the largest amphitheatre ever built, and a most popular tourist attraction

Economy of Rome

Transportation in RomeEdit

 
Leonardo da Vinci–Fiumicino Airport, the major airport in Italy
 
Conca d'Oro, an underground station on Line B of the Rome Metro
 
Autostrada A10 along the Ligurian Sea, near Voltri

Transport in Rome

Airports in Rome

Rail transport in RomeEdit

Rome MetroEdit

  Rome Metro

Road transport in RomeEdit

Education in RomeEdit

 
Sapienza University of Rome, one of the oldest in history, founded in 1303

Education in Rome

Healthcare in RomeEdit

Hospitals in Rome

See alsoEdit

ReferencesEdit

External linksEdit

  Wikimedia Atlas of Rome