The Streets of Artists and Artisans in Rome

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The Streets of Artists and Artisans

Traditionally, Campo Marzio is the area of Rome where artists and artisans lived and worked. Known for its ateliers, it was a destination for potential customers to come and discover vibrant craftsmanship and one-of-a-kind pieces. This heritage is still alive today, and visitors can still wander the area to explore the shops of marble workers, mosaic makers, framers and antique dealers. This fascinating walking tour provides a window into Rome’s past that is still very much alive today.


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