Difference between revisions of "Rome"

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Since 1870 '''Rome''' has been the capital of [[Italy]], however before that it was the major city in the [[Papal State]]s. For much of the [[Middle Ages]] and [[Renaissance]] it was the city of the [[pope]]s, although some of them headed out to [[Avignon]].
The capital of [[Italy]].
 
   
a place that is very old, and 'stole' all it's culture from the greeks.
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It is a place that is very old, and borrowed much of its early culture from the [[Greek]]s.

Revision as of 14:05, 10 November 2003

Since 1870 Rome has been the capital of Italy, however before that it was the major city in the Papal States. For much of the Middle Ages and Renaissance it was the city of the popes, although some of them headed out to Avignon.

It is a place that is very old, and borrowed much of its early culture from the Greeks.