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The neighbourhood was built during a time of tensions between the Pope and the Italian state and therefore, city planners designed its street layout in such a way to make impossible for anyone to see St. Peter's dome from its wide and carefully planned streets. The district hosts, among the other things, a Waldensian church (on piazza Cavour).
 
The neighbourhood was built during a time of tensions between the Pope and the Italian state and therefore, city planners designed its street layout in such a way to make impossible for anyone to see St. Peter's dome from its wide and carefully planned streets. The district hosts, among the other things, a Waldensian church (on piazza Cavour).
  
With its 139 metres, '''Monte Mario''' is the highest rise in Rome; however, it's not part of the historical seven hills. From its summit, locally known as the ''Zodiaco'' (meaning "zodiac"), you can enjoy a wonderful view of the city. Between the hill's foot and Vatican City, there are two districts - '''Trionfale''' and '''Della Vittoria'''; both are relatively recent (early 1900s/1960s) and provide cheaper housing alternatives than Prati.
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With its 139 metres, '''Monte Mario''' is the highest rise in Rome; however, it's not part of the historical seven hills. From its summit, locally known as the ''Zodiaco'' (meaning "zodiac"), you can enjoy a wonderful view of the city. Between the hill's foot and Vatican City, there are two districts - '''Trionfale''' and '''Della Vittoria'''; both are relatively recent (early 1900s-1960s) and provide cheaper housing alternatives than Prati.
The Trionfale neighbourhood is also home to a food market, located on via Andrea Doria.
 
  
 
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