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Rome's symbol is the same from antiquity: Senatus PopulusQue Romanorum - The Senate and the People of Rome

Centre North South East West

 

CAMILLUCCIA. Good-quality housing built from 1950s onwards. Small
food shops, open markets and supermarkets. Heavy traffic, most buildings have
garages. Infrequent public transport and very few recreational facilities. One
foreign school (The New School).

CASSIA. Modern housing. Numerous shopping centres. Heavy traffic, difficult
parking but many buildings have garages. Adequate public transport. Many
compounds have tennis courts and pools. Six foreign schools (American
Overseas School of Rome, Greenwood Garden School, Kendale International
School, Marymount International School, Institut Saint Dominique, St George's
English School).

CORSO FRANCIA. Middle to high-class housing built in 1950s. Small food
shops, some open markets and supermarkets. Heavy traffic, some buildings
have garages. Reasonable public transport to centre. Few recreational
facilities.

FLAMINIO. Housing built in 1920s and 1930s. Small food shops, open
markets, some supermarkets. Heavy traffic, some parking. Good public
transport and recreational facilities.

FLEMING. Housing built from 1950s onwards. Small food shops, open
markets and supermarkets. Reasonal traffic. Inadequate public transport. Many
compounds have tennis courts, few other recreational facilities.

NOMENTANA. Housing built between late 19th century and 1930s. Favourite
embassy area. Small food shops, open markets, some supermarkets. Heavy
traffic. Good public transport and recreational facilities. Good parks.

OLGIATA. Situated 19 km north of Rome along Via Cassia. Exclusive
modern housing with gardens. Shopping mainly supermarkets. Heavy traffic,
plenty of parking. Inadequate public transport but good recreational facilities.
Good location for foreign schools (see Cassia).

PARIOLI/MONTE PARIOLI. Housing built mostly in 1920s and 1930s.
Smart food and clothing shops, some supermarkets. Heavy traffic in some
areas, residents' parking. Inadequate public transport. Good but expensive
recreational facilities. One foreign school (Rome International School). Good
parks.

TRIESTE / SALARIA. Housing built in 1920s and 1930s, also a commercial
area. Good small food shops, open markets and supermarkets. Heavy traffic,
most buildings have parking. Adequate public transport and good recreational
facilities. One foreign school (Core - The Co-operative School). Good parks.

VIGNA CLARA. Housing built from late 1950s onwards. Small food and
clothing shops, supermarkets. Heavy local traffic, difficult street parking but
garages in most compounds. Inadequate public transport. Reasonable
recreational facilities.


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