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Free Walking Tour of the Catacombs of Rome
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Free Tour Free Walking Tour of the Catacombs of Rome
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Rome is a popular tourist destination. It has been for centuries. But it is not just the history and culture that attracts people to Rome. The food, the people and the lifestyle make it a desirable place to visit.
One of the sights that often goes unnoticed by visitors to the Italian city are the Catacombs of Rome. To make sure you don't miss a single detail, there's nothing better than a professional guide on one of the Free Tours of the Catacombs of Rome like the ones we offer here at GuruWalk.
The Catacombs of Rome are a set of tunnels located beneath the city of Rome. The catacombs were used as a burial place for Christians who died between the 2nd and 3rd centuries AD.
The Catacombs of Rome are an interesting tourist attraction for those interested in history, archaeology and art.
The Catacombs of St. Callistus are one of the largest catacombs in the world. The Catacombs of San Callisto are a network of tunnels located on the outskirts of Rome. These catacombs were created during the 1st and 2nd centuries AD and contain many important Christian figures from that period. They were discovered in 1878, and have been open to tourists to view ever since.
The Catacombs are not only a tourist attraction for Christians; it is also an important historical site that has been visited by many historians over the years. It is one of the most important places to learn about life during this time period because visitors can see how people lived and died.
There is also the Catacombs of St. Sebastian, the resting place of many early Christians. They were built between the 2nd and 4th century AD. The catacombs were built as a series of underground tunnels and corridors, with some chambers containing niches where bodies were laid to rest.
And finally, the catacombs of Apia Anticca, which are the most famous burial place in Rome. The catacombs are located on the outskirts of Rome and date back to the 1st century AD. The catacombs were discovered by accident when a farmer was digging for water.
The Catacombs of Apia Anticca have been used as a tourist attraction since the 18th century. They are now one of Rome's most popular tourist attractions and have been visited by over 2 million tourists a year.

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