Canta Roma Canta

"Canta Roma Canta" submitted by RomeTour Editorial Team and last updated on Monday 18th July 2011

The seventh edition of this annual event, which traces the history of Roman song from the 13th century to today. Written and directed by Paolo Gatti. Contact - Orange Garden, Parco Savello, Via di Santa Sabina (Aventine, near Circo Massimo). Information and reservations tel. +39 06.5757488 +39 06.5757488, 06.2010579

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