Via Sistina, Rome

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The Teatro Sistina is a theatre in Rome, Italy. The building, designed by Marcello Piacentini, was begun in 1946 on the former site of the Pontifical Ecclesiastical Polish Institute. It was inaugurated on 28 December 1949 as a cinema, but later become mostly used for theatrical and cabaret representations. In the 1960s it was directed by Pietro Garinei and Sandro Giovannini, who here premiered some of their main successes, such as Rugantino, Attanasio cavallo vanesio, Aggiungi un posto a tavola and others.


Overview of Via Sistina

On your visit to Rome, consider visiting Via Sistina. Via Sistina is often skipped on the visit, owing to the plethora of other prime attractions of Rome.

Attractions like Colosseum, St Peters Basilica, Pantheon, Arcibasilica Di San Giovanni In Laterano and Galleria Borghese are the usual crowd pullers of Rome and you might easily miss out Via Sistina amidst these top things to do in Rome.

Most of the Rome tours skip a visit to this place, but you can create your customized plan if you wish to visit Via Sistina.

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