Home is the one you see in the photos, is very welcoming, lovely and it is inhabited by me.Monte Sacred is the sixteenth district of Rome, denoted by Q. XVI.
It takes its name from the mountain, actually a hill about 50 meters above sea level, located on the right bank of the river Aniene just before to converge into the Tiber.
Here the architect Gustavo Giovannoni designed and built, setting for those years undoubtedly cutting edge and out of the Plan of Rome, a "Garden City", geared to typing the "garden city" of the channel, made up of buildings with structure " -colony "by vegetation, and with independent services: school, church, post office, public park. Particularly interesting is the Piazza Sempione, which is the entrance to the scenic area, and presenting the buildings made by Gustavo Giovannoni and Innocenzo Sabbatini. At the time, this work so urbanistically revolutionary, was harshly criticized, and only after some time you could see that the accusation was totally undeserved.
E is a vibrant area with many good restaurants and pubs / disco.
is an area very well connected to the center, either by subway (Conca d'Oro), 5 minutes walk (it takes up the middle 15 minutes) and by bus (90- 60 -60 express) are taken from the Piazza Sempione (pass with a frequency of 10-15 minutes and only 20 minutes to get to Piazza Venezia (city center)