The Eternal City has nearly uninterrupted history of the past two millennia. From being the epicenter of the world during the Roman Empire, Rome became the religion capital of the world by becoming the "headquarters" of the Catholic Church. In the 14th century, Rome became greatly affected by the Renaissance and Baroque movement, making it one of the artistic capitals of the world. Built within seven hills, Rome is home of world attractions such as the Colosseum, the Vatican and St. Peter’s Basilica, and Roman Forum among thousands of other monuments. Rome is also known for its culinary traditions, with plates such as "Carbonara" and "Amatriciana" that are served around the world.
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