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Leonardo Da Vinci
   International Airport is in   
Rome, Italy
Also known as Fiumicino Intl Airport, it is completely non-smoking.
Roman Colosseum
   is situated in   
Rome, Italy
Joy, suffering
King Juan Carlos I
   was born in   
Rome, Italy
1938. Is the King of Spain; He became king in 1975, after the death of Francisco Franco, the dictator of Spain
Sophia Loren
   was born in   
Rome, Italy
1934. Is an internationally famous Italian motion-picture star
John William Waterhouse
   was born in   
Rome, Italy
An English Pre-Raphaelite painter most famous for his paintings of female characters from mythology and literature.
There Are More Italians in New York City Than in Rome, Italy
   is   
True
Rome, Italy
   is at   
41°54'N 12°29'E
Rome, Italy
   has this flag:   

Rome, Italy
   has the patron saint   
Peter the Apostle
Charles Stuart (Bonnie Prince Charlie)
   was born in   
Rome, Italy
His father had been given a residence there by Pope Clement XI. He spent almost all his childhood in Rome and Bologna.
Campo Verano
   is located in   
Rome, Italy
Contains a monument to the victims of the WW I
Marcus Aurelius
   is buried in   
Mausoleum of Hadrian, Rome, Italy
Emperor, d. 180
Julius Caesar
   is buried in   
Forum Romanum, Rome, Italy
Statesman, general; assassinated, 44 BCE
Claudius
   is buried in   
Mausoleum of Augustus, Rome, Italy
Roman Emperor, d. 49 AD
John Keats
   is buried in   
Campo Cestio, Rome, Italy
Poet, 1795-1821
Raphael
   is buried in   
Pantheon Church, Rome, Italy
Renaissance painter, d. 1520
Percy Bysshe Shelley
   is buried in   
Campo Cestio, Rome, Italy
English poet, d. 1822
Gregory Corso
   is buried in   
Campo Cestio, Rome, Italy
"Beat" poet, d. 2001






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