Victor Emmanuel II Monument
Vittorio Emanuele II Monument, a chalk-white building facing Piazza Venezia in the center of the old city of Rome, was completed in 1911 on the 50th anniversary of the unification of Italy. It is one of the newest landmarks in Rome, and its imposing white marble structure gives it a unique presence, and the view from the roof makes it a popular tourist spot.
Rome, the capital of Italy, is steeped in ancient history. The Colosseum, Roman Forum, and other magnificent ruins dating back 2,000 years can be seen here and there. The post-medieval streets and squares that were built on top of the ancient city are also a must-see for their beauty. Whether you are touring the Trevi Fountain, the Mouth of Truth, Piazza di Spagna, or sampling local delicacies such as carbonara and amatriciana, there is no shortage of things to do in the Eternal City.