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  Campidoglio, Rome
The Capitoline Hill or Campidoglio is the smallest of Rome's seven hills, but it was the religious and political center of the city since its foundation more than 2500 years ago.
Construction of the Piazza di Campidoglio started in 1546 but only the staircase at the entrance of the Palazzo Senatorio was completed when Michelangelo died in 1564.
Near the Piazza del Campidoglio, at the site of the ancient temple of Juno is the Santa Maria in Aracoeli, a church which origins go back to the 6th century.
www.aviewoncities.com /rome/campidoglio.htm   (659 words)

 Romeguide - Capitoline Hill, Campidoglio, Rome
From earliest times on, the Capitolione hill (or Campidoglio) was the centre of the political, social, and religious life of Rome.
Michelangelo' s Piazza del Campidoglio now stands on its summit, defined by illustrious palaces and magnificently decorated by the statue of Marcus Aurelius, set at the center of the intriguing interplay of elipses and volutes Michelangelo himself designed on the grey pavement of the square.
Formerly in the Lateran square, the Marcus Aurelius was moved to the Capitoline in 1538 and had not apparently been previously taken into consideration by Michelangelo as decoration for the square.
www.romeguide.it /MONUM/STORICI/capitoline_hill/capitolium.htm   (604 words)

  Campidoglio - The Three Fountains
The three fountains of the Campidoglio have one fundamental characteristic in common-that of being a part of Rome from a period of great antiquity.
This is, of course, as it should be?as Michelangelo meant it to be when, some three hundred and seventyfive years ago, the vision of the Campidoglio as it now stands unfolded itself in his brain.
It is too small for the niche it occupies, and is so out of proportion to its surroundings and on so different a plane of artistic treatment that it would quite spoil any creation less triumphantly dominant than is this whole staircase and fagade.
www.garden-fountains.us /fountain_campidoglio_1.html   (377 words)

 Piazza del Campidoglio - Michelangelo - Great Buildings Online
"A few years after he arrived in Rome, Pope Paul III (Farnese) decided to reshape the Capitoline Hill into a monumental civic piazza; Michelangelo designed the project and his Piazza del Campidoglio is one of the most significant contributions ever made in the history of urban planning.
The hill's importance as a sacred site in antiquity had been largely forgotten due to its medieval transformation into the seat of the secular government and headquarters for the Roman guilds, and it was in forlorn condition when Michelangelo took charge of reorganizing it as a dynamic new center of Roman political life.
We appreciate your suggestions for links about Piazza del Campidoglio.
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 Domus Aurelia Rome, near Vatican - Monuments - Campidoglio
In the early 1500's, Campidoglio, meaning "Capitol Building", found on the lowest of the seven Roman Hills, Capitoline Hill, the civic and political heart of the ancient city, was in a forsaken condition.
The symmetry of the trapezoid shaped Piazza Campidoglio, with a line which goes from the Ancient steps, passes the statue of Marco Aurelio and finishes at the Bell tower of Palazzo Senatorio and is rivaled only by Piazza S. Pietro, built a century later by Bernini, inspired by Michelangelo's architectural work of art.
Piazza Campidoglio is shaped in a way that, not only is it the arrival point but also the passageway from the Renaissance city to the ancient imperial capital and its importance continues to endure even today.
www.domusaurelia.com /english/monuments_campidoglio.html   (432 words)

The Capitoline Hill (Campidoglio) is the smallest but most famous of the Seven Hills of Rome.
The Cordonata is Michelangelo's monumental stairway connecting the low-lying Campus Martius to the Capitoline Hill and the Piazza Campidoglio.
To the north of the Campidoglio rise a long flight of 124 marble steps (dating from 1348) to the church of St. Maria in Aracoeli (begun in the 7th century).
www.architectour.com /2.htm   (713 words)

 iExplore Community: Campidoglio - Rome, Italy   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-27)
The Campidoglio as it exists now, however, was built primarily during the Renaissance to impress Holy Roman Emperor Charles V, who planned a visit to the city several years following his troops' sack of Rome.
Most visitors to the Campidoglio walk through it quickly on the way to the Capitoline Museums, remembering only briefly a note in their guidebook that said it was somehow connected to Michelangelo.
The Campidoglio has been an important part of Roman life from the city's mythic origins to its current role as housing the local government, and the location should not be underestimated, both for its historic significance and its artistic harmony.
community.iexplore.com /planning/journalEntryActivity.asp?JournalID=44266&EntryID=49513&n=Campidoglio   (683 words)

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 Campidoglio - The Lion Fountain
The third fountain in the trio of the Campidoglio is to be found in the upper garden of the Palazzo dei Conservatori - the building to the right hand in the ascent of the Cordonata.
It can hardly be called a fountain, since it is merely a large basin of water surrounding some rockwork on which stands an old bit of sculpture of a character manifestly inappropriate to the senti­ment of a fountain.
The high value evidently placed upon it by its origi­nal possessor was also given to it by its discoverers.
www.garden-fountains.us /fountain_campidoglio_7.html   (320 words)

 Campidoglio (Capitoline Hill) by Andrew Keel || Landscape Architecture Study Tour || Instructor, Jack Ahern || ...   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-27)
The statue was moved from the Lateran Palace to the Campidoglio, but over time the statue had deteriorated and now the original is on display in the Palazzo Nuovo, while a replica sits in its place at the center of the Campidoglio.
Michelangelo's Campidoglio is located on Capitoline Hill between the Monumento Nazionale a Vittorio Emanuele II and the ruins of the Roman Forum.
When traveling by the Metro the easiest way to get to the Campidoglio would be to take the B line to the Cavour stop and then walking west down Via Cavour to Via dei Fori Imperiali and up to the monument of Vittorio Emanuele II.
people.umass.edu /jfa/latour/2005/keelog/index.html   (776 words)

 CAMPIDOGLIO   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-27)
Michelangelo's spacious Piazza di Campidoglio stand the twin Palazzo dei Conservatori and Palazzo Nuovo, now the home of the Capitoline Museums.
You can reach the Campidoglio by taking any bus that goes to piazza Venezia one of the city's main junctions.
Piazza del Campidoglio bus 64 to Piazza Venezia
www.holidayinrome.com /history/campidoglio.html   (125 words)

 Campidoglio, Roma - by Activitaly
L’odierna maestosa piazza del Campidoglio è situata sul Mons Capitolinus della Roma Pagana.
Sul Campidoglio avveniva la cerimonia di investitura dei consoli il primo gennaio e da qui partivano i governatori inviati nelle provincie dell’impero.
L’abbandono generale era tanto evidente che quando si volle preparare un’accoglienza trionfale all’imperatore Carlo V si dovette evitare il colle perché visibilmente troppo misero.
www.activitaly.it /monument/campidoglio.htm   (692 words)

 walking tours Rome / Baroque Rome
Route: Piazza del Campidoglio, Palatine, Foro Romano, Colosseum, Imperial Forums, Piazza Venezia
In ancient times, the piazza del Campidoglio was the sacred place of Rome.
Ideas for a walking -From Piazza Del Campidoglio To Piazza Venezia
www.tourome.com /campidoglio_vezia.htm   (306 words)

 Campidoglio/Capitoline Hill- Rome, Italy - VirtualTourist.com
Michelangelo was put in charge of the design of the Campidoglio and he started in 1536, once again demonstrating his abilties at multi-tasking (remember, he was a sculptoir, painter, architect and even a poet).
After he arrived in Rome, Pope Paul III (Farnese) decided to reshape the Capitoline Hill into a monumental civic piazza; Michelangelo designed the project and his Piazza del Campidoglio is one of the most significant contributions ever made in the history of urban planning.
There is a lovely fountain to the south of the Square outside the Palazzo Senatorio, and at the opposite end, at the top of the stairs into the square there are 2 huge statues, one on each side, watching you as you enter.
www.virtualtourist.com /travel/Europe/Italy/Lazio/Rome-144659/Things_To_Do-Rome-CampidoglioCapitoline_Hill-BR-1.html   (1795 words)

 OMAS CAMPIDOGLIO EXCLUSIVE ROLLERBALL - FahrneysPens.com   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-27)
The Campidoglio has a round barrel that is enhanced with 18K gold-plated rings and a rolling wheel clip.
The green celluloid is entirely handcrafted and has a marvelous feel in the hand.
Fahrney's exclusive Campidoglio is limited to 300 individually numbered pieces.
www.fahrneyspens.com /Item--i-150673--m-2_131_134.html   (95 words)

 Comune di Roma | Sito Istituzionale | Il Campidoglio
Il Campidoglio era il colle piu' inaccessibile, dove si insidiarono i primi abitanti della citta'.
La popolazione dei Sabini per conquistare il Colle, dovete convincere Tarpea, la figlia del guardiano del Campidoglio, a farli entrare, promettendole in regalo "gli oggetti che tenevano sul braccio".
Mentre Tarpea tradi' i romani e fece entrare i nemici, in un'altra occasione alcune rumorose oche salvarono Roma: durante un attacco notturno al Campidoglio, il loro forte starnazzare sveglio' i romani, che poterono cosi' difendersi dall'invasione.
www.comune.roma.it /was/wps/portal/!ut/p/_s.7_0_A/7_0_21L?menuPage=/Area_di_navigazione/Sezioni_del_portale/Dipartimenti_e_altri_uffici/Dipartimento_XVI/Bambini_e_ragazzi/In_giro_per_Roma/Il_Campidoglio/&flagSub=   (157 words)

 Campidoglio: Michelangelo's Roman Capitol   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-27)
Michelangelo's design for the Piazza del Campidoglio was one of the first efforts to make a public space in which all the elements function as a whole.
At the center of a trapezoidal area, flanked by three palaces, was the ancient Roman equestrian statue of Marcus Aurelius, the second-century ruler who presided over the waning clays of the empire.
A supplementary text on the art and architecture of the Campidoglio formed by Michelangelo into one of the most imposing architectural compositions of all time, a grand environment for the political life of a great city.
isbn.nu /0679430520   (678 words)

 Campidoglio (more)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-27)
A few years after he arrived in Rome, Pope Paul III (Farnese) decided to reshape the Capitoline Hill into a monumental civic piazza; Michelangelo designed the project and his Piazza del Campidoglio is one of the most significant contributions ever made in the history of urban planning.
The hill's importance as a sacred site in antiquity had been largely forgotten due to its medieval transformation into the seat of the secular government and headquarters for the Roman guilds, and it was in forlorn condition when Michelangelo took charge of reorganizing it as a dynamic new center of Roman political life.
It was begun in 1538 and was not completed until the seventeenth century, but Michelangelo's original design is preserved in engravings from the 1560s by Étienne Dupérac.
home.comcast.net /~ntal3/michaelangelo/campidogliomore.html   (145 words)

 Piazza del Campidoglio K1
It emphasizes the importance of the monument in the center.
At the back of the Piazza del Campidoglio is Palazzo Senatorio; on the left is Palazzo del Museo Capitolino; facing it, on the right is Palazzo dei Conservatori.
All three palaces are connected by an underground corridor built in 1940.
www.italycyberguide.com /Geography/cities/rome2000/K1.htm   (243 words)

 Lazio | Rome | Rome Wedding Hall - Campidoglio
Interested in getting married in the Campidoglio Wedding Hall in Rome, click here for a request form.
Those who wish to celebrate a marriage in the Eternal City have three options and the Campidoglio is a magnificent setting for your exchange of vows in Rome.
The Capitoline hill on which it is built with its magnificent stairs and buildings were designed by no less than Michelangelo.
www.italian-weddings.com /destination_wedding_locations/lazio/rome/rome_wedding_hall_campidoglio.html   (247 words)

 Piazza del Campidoglio - Great Public Spaces | Project for Public Spaces (PPS)
It is hard to argue with the Campidoglio's stature as one of the most renowned public squares in the world, given its stately architecture and perfect proportions.
It is frequented almost entirely by tourists, and they use it for the most part as an object to be gazed at, like an outdoor museum installation.
It may not be in ruins, but nominating the Campidoglio is almost like nominating the Forum, or perhaps more appropriately, the Basilica of St. Peter.
www.pps.org /great_public_spaces/one?public_place_id=235&type_id=1   (415 words)

 Campidoglio antico - Musei Capitolini
Il Campidoglio, il più piccolo dei colli di Roma, era articolato in due alture (Capitolium e Arx) separate da una valle profonda corrispondente all'attuale piazza del Campidoglio, il cui livello era circa 8 metri al di sotto dell'attuale.
Oltre che di questo e di altri edifici templari (templi di Giunone Moneta, di Veiove e dell'Area Capitolina) il Campidoglio fu sede dell'archivio pubblico romano (Tabularium) e della Zecca di età repubblicana.
Musei Capitolini, Piazza del Campidoglio 1 - 00186 Roma
www.museicapitolini.org /sede/campidoglio_antico   (194 words)

 Amazon.com: Campidoglio:: Michelangelo's Roman Capital: Books: Alexander Liberman   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-27)
Ninety large-format colorplates-including many close-up images-and seven pages of text record his romantic sensitivity to the "triumphant vision" of the piazza's moods, its changing light, and the siting of the ancient "Equestrian Statue of Marcus Aurelius" as the apex of the piazza.
This album of photographs by distinguished photographer, sculptor, and art expert Liberman is so serenely synchronized--not only in subject matter but in sheer excellence--with the accompanying essay by Nobel Prize-winner Brodsky that the partnership of illustration and text is an irresistibly brilliant and beautiful ode to the Campidoglio.
The Piazza del Campidoglio and its three surrounding palaces--simply one of the most graceful architectural expressions in the Western world--and the statue of Marcus Aurelius, which until very recently stood in the center of the piazza, occupy the summit of the Capitoline, the smallest of Rome's seven hills.
www.amazon.com /Campidoglio-Michelangelos-Capital-Alexander-Liberman/dp/0679430520   (860 words)

 Campidoglio British Embassy, Italy   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-27)
As guests of Mayor Francesco Rutelli, and of the City Council, the Queen and the Duke visited the Campidoglio – in many ways the heart of Rome.
Much had changed since the Queen last visited this site in 1980, including restoration of the exquisite Piazza del Campidoglio, its Museum and its famous equestrian statue of the Philosopher Emperor Marcus Aurelius.
The Queen began her tour in the Tabularium Gallery, newly opened to the public.
www.britishembassy.gov.uk /servlet/Front?pagename=OpenMarket/Xcelerate/ShowPage&c=Page&cid=1077040944346   (247 words)

 Rome Campidoglio - photo.net
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The Campidoglio ("capitol") has been the center of Rome for more than two millennia.
Ancient Romans came here to make offerings at the Temple of Jupiter; modern Romans come here to make offerings to the Santo Bambino.
www.photo.net /italy/rome-campidoglio   (1269 words)

 Campidoglio - AbcRoma Monumenti di Roma
Il Campidoglio è stato fin dall'antichità un luogo importante per la vita della città, prima come centro religioso e poi come luogo di potere quando vi si sistemò il senato di Roma.
In cima ad essa si trova la balaustra con le statue dei Dioscuri di epoca imperiale.
In alto svetta la Torre del campidoglio del XVI secolo.
www.abcroma.com /Monumento.asp?N=4   (206 words)

 Campidoglio   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-27)
The Capitoline hill (the Campidoglio or Monte Capitolino) is the smallest but historically the most important of Rome's seven hills.
The Capitoline Museum, which is featured in these pictures, adjoins the church.
The Museum is approached by a staircase headed by statues allegedly representing Castor and Pollox (see picture), leading to the square; both were designed by Michaelangelo and constructed from 1547 onwards.
www.csulb.edu /~jbyrd/rome/campi1.html   (195 words)

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