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Rome (Great Cities of the World)

by Nicola Barber

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The "World Cities" series delves deep into the story of each featured city to reveal its historical background, development and the story of the people and famous personalities who once lived there, building into a modern day picture of the city. This title explores Rome, both an ancient city and a very modern one at the same time. The reader can learn all about Italian government, markets, food and landmarks, as well as the cultures and jobs of its people.

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Explores the history, people, daily life, and future of Rome.

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