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Janiculum

(dʒəˈnɪkjʊləm)
n
(Placename) a hill in Rome across the River Tiber from the Seven Hills
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Ja•nic•u•lum

(dʒəˈnɪk yə ləm)

n.
a ridge near the Tiber in Rome, Italy.
Ja•nic′u•lan, adj.
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(1.) Criscuolo M, Valerio J, Gianicolo ME, Gianicolo EA, Portaluri M.
But ideally, spring is the best time of the year for sightseeing Rome's most important monuments: the Colosseum, the Pantheon, Circus Maximus, Piazza Venezia, San Pietro, the Vatican Museums, the Gianicolo and all other places of interest.
La "vertigine della seduzione", in cui s'e dissolto il (non) desiderio del soggetto piegato dalla reversibilita ineluttabile dell'oggetto (46), e sapientemente articolata dalle virtuosistiche rimodulazioni dell'urbanscape piu vulgato: il coro femminile di lieder che strania la Fontana dell'Acqua Paola sul Gianicolo, l'Acquedotto Claudio consegnato alla pretenziosa performance di Talia Concept, le Terme di Caracalla risvegliate fellinianamente dalla prova dello spettacolo di magia; su tutti, naturalmente, il Colosseo irretito a fondale delle feste cafonal di Jep.
Isabelle Gianicolo of the National Truffle Study Centre noted that the auction price was 'symbolic' and did not necessarily reflect the true market price, since the proceeds were donated to charitable causes.
Then they set about touring the city in vintage Fiat 500 cars, finishing on top of Gianicolo Hill in time for the cannon being fired - part of a daily ritual that has been taking place since the 1850s.
125), or from Piazza del Quirinale: 'tutte le case, le chiese, le torri, tutte le selve confuse e miste dell'architettura pagana e cristiana biancheggiavano come una sola unica selva informe, tra i colli del Gianicolo e il Monte Mario'(307, my emphasis) As hinted at in the awe for its beauty, (25) and in the coincidence of its pagan and Christian architecture, Rome represents the true object of Sperelli's unconditional love, mirroring the complementary dimensions of his lovers Elena and Maria.
2014), and no definite link was indicated between ambient total suspended particles and congenital heart diseases in a study performed in Brindisi, Italy (Gianicolo et al.
ANDREA BORGHINI (1), EMILIO ANTONIO GIANICOLO (1,2), and MARIA GRAZIA ANDREASSI (1)