AUDITORIUM PARCO DELLA MUSICA
The Auditorium Parco della Musica is a large public music complex in Rome, Italy, with three indoor concert halls and an outdoor theater in a park setting, hence its name. It was designed by Italian architect Renzo Piano; Jürgen Reinhold of Müller-BBM was in charge of acoustics in the three concert halls; Franco Zagari was landscape architect for the outdoor spaces. Parco della Musica lies somewhat north of Rome’s ancient city center, where the 1960 Summer Olympic Games were held, and is home to the world-famous Accademia Nazionale di Santa Cecilia.
Auditorium Parco della Musica – Via Pietro de Coubertin, 30, Rome
TERME DI CARACALLA
Built between the years 212 and 216 under the direction of Marcus Aurelius Antoninus Augustus, more commonly known as Emperor Caracalla, the “Baths of Caracalla” were one of the greatest and most spectacular thermal complexes in ancient times. Today, the remnant of their splendour is still preserved, and the Baths of Caracalla are now one of the most suggestive and exclusive venue in Italy.
Terme di Caracalla – Viale delle Terme di Caracalla, Rome
MAXXI, the National Museum of 21st Century Arts, is the first Italian national institution devoted to contemporary creativity. The MAXXI building is a major architectural work designed by Zaha Hadid, located in Rome’s Flaminio quarter and featuring innovative and spectacular forms.
Museo MAXXI – Via Guido Reni 4/a, Rome
Cinecittà Studios is a large film studio in Rome, Italy. With an area of 400,000 square metres (99 acres), it is the largest film studio in Europe, and is considered the hub of Italian cinema. The studios were constructed during the Fascist era as part of a plan to revive the Italian film industry.
Cinecittà Studios – Via Vincenzo Lamaro, 1055, Rome