Under the crowded streets of Rome, historic and archaeological treasures are hidden. Program shows, for the first time ever, what lies beneath the famous sites of Rome - like the Church of Santa Sabina, the Basilica of Saints John and Paul, the Villa Medici, the Nympheus of the Annibaldi's. An exciting tour that left the visitors in astonishment - kind of surprising even the insiders. Each step of the journey is emphasized with stories, anecdotes and the expert's elucidations. There were some odd discoveries: a colony of crabs in the channels underneath the Mercati Traianei, a few meters away from the Coliseum, the frescoes in the Hypogeum of the Via Livenza, ten metres underground in the centre of Italy's largest city.
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