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Nestled in the suburbs of Rome, Monteverde encompasses two separate areas, Nuovo and Vecchio. Vecchio is perched upon the back side of Gianicolo hill, home to the old aurelian walls, monuments the the fall of the Papal States in 1870, and the rise of the Roman Republic in 1871 when Rome officially became the capital of unified Italy. To the west, Monteverde Nuovo encompasses the modern portion of the neighborhood, comprised of newer residential buildings home to many expats and locals who find Monteverde strategically central for their commute to the city center or outskirts to The United Nations offices at nearby Parco dei Medici. Monteverde Nuovo and Vecchio boast modern Roman charm, hidden restaurants, and superb food, you just have to know where to eat and shop like a local. Don't miss the gorgeous and expansive Villa Doria Pamphili, Rome's largest natural reserve public park open daily. Tram 8 and Bus H lines provide easy access to the city center every 5 minutes making Monteverde the perfect place to call home, a compromise between traditional roman life and easily accessible location.

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