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Flaminio neighborhood

North of Rome, the quarter of Flaminio spreads from the Tiber river and Via Consolare Flaminio to the Ponte Milvio.


Today a fashionable residential area, Flaminio was a rural area up until the early 1900s, when in 1905 the Association of Automobiles Rome decided to open an industrial center in the area. In 1911 the World Expo gave the quarter further value and the National Stadium and the National Gallery of Modern Art (GNAM) were built. During the Fascist period the Foro Italico was built and it remains to this day the main sports facility in Italy.


The Palazzetto dello Sport and the Stadio Flaminio were built for the 1960s Olympics, cementing Flaminio's place at the center of Rome's sporting scene. Building to increase the number of cultural events in the area was undertaken in the 1990s, resulting in buildings such as the auditorium - Parco della Musica and the museum of contemporary art, the Maxxi. In 2010 the most recent masterpiece of urban architecture, the Ponte della Musica, which joins Flaminio to the Foro Italico, was inaugurated.


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