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Italy - Janiculum Lighthouse (Rome)


Italy Lighthouse
Janiculum lighthouse
Built in 1911
Gift from Italian immigrants in Argentina to Rome

Also known as Gianicolo in Italian, Janiculum Hill is often considered the “Eighth Hill of Rome”, referring to the seven hills around which Ancient Rome was built.
This lighthouse is better known as the "Janiculum Lighthouse"; it was granted to Rome in 1911 by the Italians from Argentina and it is a work of Manfredo Manfredi.
From the point where the Faro stands opens one of the most beautiful views on the Eternal City.
When the sun goes down, it’s possible to see three-colored lights coming from the lighthouse.

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This product was added to our catalog on Thursday 17 September, 2009.

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