#Rome in 134 Tweets (2020)

This book is dedicated to the tweet, a message of no more than 280 characters posted on Twitter, and highlights 134 locations in Rome that I have selected, and illustrated with my own photographs.

Created in digital format, to be read on your mobile device or e-reader, this original guide revolutionises the very concept of the immediacy of a social media post, which is normally destined for a short lifespan. The posts I have written feature descriptions and insights covering monuments, places, works of art, and museums in the most beautiful and beloved city in the world, the eternal city, Rome.

There’s an entire universe in every single tweet, and it all really depends on the content as far as how it’s going to spread’ – Jack Dorsey, founder of Twitter

  • eBook: 178 pages
  • Publisher: Claudia Viggiani (self-published)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN: 9791220059336
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Rome Through My Eyes (2018)

This collection is an invitation to visit Rome accompanied by the sensations and impressions of the art historian Claudia Viggiani, a profound connoisseur and expert witness to the essence of Beauty in her home city. The individual pieces differ considerably from one another and form genuine itineraries, chosen ostensibly at random by the author, who in over twenty years of research, studies, surveys and visits, has collected her ideas and thoughts in notebooks lovingly kept in her library. Over time, these notes, carefully re-examined, have been assembled and extended to create the narrative that forms the most profound and intimate part of this book.

  • Paperback: 116 pages
  • Publisher: Palombi Editori (04 October 2018)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 8860608236
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This book perfectly balances history with entertainment, providing a unique and fascinating insight into Rome.
Sara, via Amazon (2019)

For me, beauty is light, the ability to truly see.
The source is within all of us and is tied to our personal predispositions and attitudes towards life.
We see who we are.

More Publications

Castel Sant’Angelo, Applications available for Iphone/Ipad & Android, ed. Blue Lion Guides, Paris 2017.

La Cappella Cerasi, in Chiesa di Santa Maria del Popolo a Roma, Poligrafico dello Stato, 2009

L’ Italia di Giottoitinerari giotteschi. Roma, Gangemi, 2009.

La decorazione secentesca, le collezioni e il fregio Dughet, 2006, in “Palazzo Muti Bussi all’Aracoeli”, pp. 129-155. Edindustria, Roma

Rieti. Museo Civico, in Musart, Roma 2005.

Museo Civico di Rieti. Nuove catalogazioni, in “Lazio Cultura”, Roma 2005.

EUR Cultural Itineraries, Azienda di Promozione Turistica di Roma, Roma 2004.

Opere d’arte medievali e rinascimentali all’interno della chiesa in La storia e il restauro del complesso conventuale dei Santi Bonifacio e Alessio all’Aventino, Elio de Rosa Editore Roma 2004.

La cripta, studio storico, in La storia e il restauro del complesso conventuale dei Santi Bonifacio e Alessio all’Aventino, Elio de Rosa Editore Roma 2004.

Supervisione dei testi e ricerca iconografica per la guida Rome in detail. A guide for the Expert Traveler, Rizzoli International Publication, New York (in Association with The Herald Tribune, 2003).

Licenza. Affreschi privati nella Cappella di Palazzo Orsini, in “Lazio Cultura”, Roma 2003.

La decorazione pittorica, in Il villino Folchi, Edindustria Roma 2003.

Opere all’interno della chiesa, in San Bartolomeo all’Isola, storia e restauro, Bonsignori Editore Roma 2002.

Rome: the culture of water. Fountains, baths, aqueducts, nymphaeums, Azienda di Promozione Turistica di Roma, Roma 2002.

Palazzi of the Republic: Rome’s major government buildings, Azienda di Promozione Turistica di Roma, Roma 2001.

“Passeggiate Romane”: 18 itineraries to unveil, step after step, the wonders of Rome, Azienda di Promozione Turistica di Roma, Roma 2000.

Database sui beni culturali romani per servizio di informazione turistica audio, Area Cultura S.r.l., Roma 2000.

Musei di Roma. Valutazione delle caratteristiche di accoglienza per il visitatori, Touring Club Italiano, Milano 1998.

La nuova fabbrica dell’Arciconfraternita dei Bergamaschi, in Roma, le case, la città, “Studi sul Settecento Romano”, n. 14, pp. 289-294, Bonsignori Editore Roma 1998.

San Pietro in Vaticano. Emozioni nel tempo, Touring Editore, 1998 Milano.

Musei d’Italia, Touring Editore, 1998 Milano.

La pittura a Roma dal secolo XIII al secolo XX, Editrice Giusti di Becocci Saverio, Firenze 1998.

Il color del cielo distingueva l’allora palazzo della Compagnia dei Bergamaschi, in “Noter”, XIV, n. 4, 1994.

Intervista con il direttore dell’Accademia di Carrara, in “Noter”, XIV, n. 2, 1994.

San Valentino: un santo sempre caro agli innamorati, in “Noter”, XIV, n. 1, 1994.

Itinerari romani: il Foro, in “Noter”, XIII, n. 4, 1993.

Alla scoperta di Roma sconosciuta, in “Noter”, XIII, n. 3, 1993.

Le catacombe, cimiteri sotterranei, in “Noter”, XIII, n. 2, 1993.