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Castel Sant’Angelo may be the most worthwhile attraction in Rome that requires admission. Unlike more famous sites like the Colosseo or the Musei Vaticani, Emperor Hadrian’s fortress-turned-museum is relatively uncrowded, features an art exhibition and provides brilliant views of the city. Located in front of the castle is Rome’s most beautiful bridge, the Ponte Sant’Angelo, Bernini’s bridge with ten angels spanning its length across the Tevere.

Ponte Sant'Angelo from Castel Sant'Angelo in Rome

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Castel Sant'Angelo in Rome

Castel Sant'Angelo in Rome

Castel Sant'Angelo in Rome

Ponte Sant'Angelo from the Castel Sant'Angelo in Rome

St. Peter's Basilica through a window at Castel Sant'Angelo in Rome

Ponte Sant'Angelo from Castel Sant'Angelo in Rome

S. Peter's Basilica from Castel Sant'Angelo in Rome

Castel Sant'Angelo in Rome

Italian flag over Castel Sant'Angelo in Rome

Canons at Castel Sant'Angelo in Rome

Castel Sant'Angelo in Rome

Castel Sant'Angelo in Rome

Inside Castel Sant'Angelo in Rome

Castel Sant'Angelo in Rome

Looking onward to St. Peter's Basilica from Castel Sant'Angelo in Rome

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