Rome to open Largo Argentina site to visitors thanks to Bulgari

Posted On April 26, 2021
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Largo Argentina site will become accessible to the general public for the first time thanks to raised paths that will allow visitors to “walk through history.”

Rome’s archaeological site at Largo di Torre Argentina is to be opened up to the general public for the first time thanks to a €1 million project sponsored by luxury jeweller Bulgari, with works set to begin mid-May.

The news was announced today by Bvlgari CEO Jean-Christophe Babin and Rome mayor Virginia Raggi who said the completed project, expected to take about a year, would offer visitors a “journey through time.”

“It is one of the most evocative places in Rome, a treasure chest in the heart of the city” – the mayor wrote on Facebook – “Imagine, this archaeological complex houses four temples dating from between the third and second centuries BC.”

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