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Vicolo Dell'Atleta, Rome

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  • Located in the Trastevere area, the "Alley back of Attreta" is a very tasteful path sandwiched between dense buildings. I walked to the south while strolling from Pisinula Square, and it is an alley connecting Sarmi Street and Genovaj Street in the area. A certain part in the middle of the narrow alley is width a little, and there is a place of up-down, and it becomes a small staircase there after half of width becomes a slope, and the other half is a little down slope, There is a change in the narrow alley. There is now a synagogue next to the Marlis Theatre on the other side of the Tiber River, but the old synagogue before moving there is still around the width in the back alley of this attorita. The pillars that support the arch in the second part of the old house in the Middle Ages are inscribed with Hebrew characters. And, this House seems to be a famous shop which is now a Ristorante. This "Spirito di Vino" is not the name of the Ristorante, but it seems that the cellar in the cellar is also the remains of the synagogue and can be visited. In addition, I heard that ancient marble statues were found here and are now housed in the Vatican Museum. By all means, I wanted to eat at this Ristorante once. The word of mouth about taste seems to be various pros and cons.
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  • Official candidate "most picturesque alley in the world", the athlete's Alley combines all the charm of a historical stratification Trasteverine side streets still visible (look good buildings) plus a medieval house incredibly well stored which in turn becomes the bearer of a mystery thanks to written in Hebrew on it, and reminds us that the lane was probably Jewish community Headquarters from even before they spoke of the rione Sant'Angelo. But even if you entered without any information, the alley invites the same, because it's really nice in a beautiful area (near the picturesque square of Santa Cecilia). The medieval House has a charm that is hard to find in other parts of Rome. I dare say, among the things worth seeing in Trastevere, and the city in General.
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