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Testaccio is a district of Rome. It is an area to the southwest of the Aventino along the bank of the Tiber and is named for the eighth hill of Rome. The manmade hill that was built from discarded pot amphoras (testae) in Roman times. In Testaccio you can find great traditional roman restaurants, and at night the zone is filled with discos.