Dining in Rome

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Rome is home to thousands of restaurants, but it’s not always easy to sift the culinary gems from the tourist traps. Whether it’s a hole-in-the-wall reinventing spaghetti carbonara or a restaurant set in a former convent, we’ve got the lowdown on dining and drinking in the Eternal City. Read on for our picks for the Read More

Hidden Gems of Rome

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Discover the hidden gems in Rome to experience the capital like a local; Quartiere Coppedè Among the most unusual places to visit in Rome, the first place goes to Quartiere Coppedé. Located in Rome’s Trieste neighbourhood, this semi-hidden enclave designed by architect Gino Coppedè turns around Piazza Mincio and its quirky Fountain of the Frogs. Read More

Rome Attractions

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THE COLOSSEUM AND THE ARCH OF CONSTANTINE The Colosseum is the largest monument left over from ancient Rome. A triumphal arch was built to honor a major turning point in history and the major transformation of the religious landscape of the western world. Owing him the influence of the major faith in the world, the Read More

Modes of Presentation

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The program committee will schedule all oral and poster sessions for presentation. Oral Sessions The presentation times for oral sessions are as follows: contributed presentations are 15 minutes. Please note: You must provide your presentation for preloading. Please submit your presentation (in English, copy-edited and proofread) via email to info<@>restconf.org, no later than 10 business days before Read More