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Portico of Octavia

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Tips from locals

Daniela
Daniela
September 28, 2019
The Jewish ghetto of Rome is among the oldest ghettos in the world. In the background the Portico d’Ottavia: a Roman monument built in 146 BC. In the following years it was renovated and enlarged several times and the remains that can be seen today date back mostly to the 203 AD From the Middle Ages…
Alessandra
Alessandra
May 04, 2018
The Porticus Octaviae (Portico of Octavia; Italian: Portico di Ottavia) is an ancient structure in Rome. The colonnaded walks of the portico enclosed the temples of Jupiter Stator and Juno Regina, as well as a library. The structure was used as a fish market from the medieval period, and up to the…
Francesca E Stefano
Francesca E Stefano
April 29, 2018
The Jewish district is one of the most atmospheric areas of Rome. Compact, safe and very pedestrian-friendly, it is one of the oldest settlement in Europe (2nd century B.C.) and home to a striking synagogue, kosher bakeries and Jewish-Roman trattorias (a milestone in our culinary tradition). Not to…
Marta
Marta
February 21, 2018
The beautiful roman ghetto
Thea
Thea
April 24, 2017
It was originally a jewish ghetto, today you can find there many great restaurants and jewish traditional bakeries
Location
29 Via del Portico d'Ottavia
Roma, Lazio 00186