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Via Giulia, once called “Rome’s drawing room”, is one of the most famous sixteenth-century thoroughfare in the city, past antique shops and art galleries whose fame almost equals that of the Renaissance palaces lining the street. In a beautiful ancient building this bright and quiet apartment is on the 2nd floor with lift. Comfortable living room with sofa double bed and TV. Bedroom with double bed and closet. Bathroom with tub and shower. Kitchen with washing machine and dish washer. Wifi, AC, final cleaning are included. Not included city tax (€3,50/night/people) and possible private parking in garage to pay upon arrival.