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Explore Rome through the lens of women empowerment with this tour that highlights inspiring female figures and their contributions to the city's history and culture.

  1. Teatro Argentina: This historic theater was home to the first public performance of a play by a female playwright in Italy, Maria Antonia Walpurgis. It has also hosted productions by actresses such as Eleonora Duse and Sarah Bernhardt.

  2. Museo Boncompagni Ludovisi: This museum houses the private art collection of Princess Livia Boncompagni Ludovisi, a noted art historian and collector.

  3. Casa Internazionale delle Donne: This cultural center hosts events and exhibitions focused on promoting women's rights and gender equality.

  4. Piazza Navona: This beautiful square is home to the Fountain of the Four Rivers, designed by Gian Lorenzo Bernini. One of the four figures representing the rivers is an allegory of the River Nile, designed by female artist and sculptor, Agnese Fontana.

  5. Biblioteca Angelica: This historic library was founded by a group of Dominican nuns in the 17th century and is now open to the public. It houses a collection of over 180,000 volumes and includes works by notable female writers such as Christine de Pizan and Veronica Franco.

  6. Scuola Popolare di Musica di Testaccio: This community music school was founded by composer and conductor Azio Corghi and his wife, musician Milena Dolari. The school offers affordable music education to students of all ages and backgrounds.

  7. Museo di Roma: This museum features exhibits and collections focused on the history and culture of Rome. It includes works by notable female artists such as Artemisia Gentileschi, Lavinia Fontana, and Sofonisba Anguissola.

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