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Rome’s most ancient walls? In Termini

Termini. Cornerstone of Modern Rome deals with the fate of one of the oldest and largest tangible remains of ancient Rome: the fourth century BC city wall, incorporated in the city’s symbol of modernity, the central train station of Termini. Through a “heritageography” of the renowned station, the book tells a …

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Among the last standing No Tav activists

“Tav” stands for “high speed railway”, and here lies the first – intended – misunderstanding. The Tav actually has little to do with high speed, but rather with high capacity, in terms of freight trains. The idea for this construction, which comprises of a 57 km long tunnel between France …

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Among pro Duterte Filipinos in Rome

Originally published on our weekly feature on Italian magazine Internazionale, a short reportage by TerminiTV founder Francesco Conte, about a group of Filipino political enthusiasts who support Philippines’ new President, Rodrigo Duterte, all the way from Rome, Italy. Please see the Italian version of this page for a full article …

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Hip Hop, graffiti and trains with Italian rapper Amir Issaa

Here’s a TerminiTV special on Hip Hop and graffiti writing with Italian rapper Amir Issaa, who talks to us about his upbringing, Termini, and his neighborhood Torpignattara, where a unique festival is taking place these days, called Karawan Fest, where all movies are comedies depicting foreign communities living also in …

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What’s your favorite book?

We make videos, but it’s also important to read.. so we asked people in Termini what is their favorite book. And some answers were truly surprising, including that of one guy who was really pissed at Romans..

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Salami love in Termini

I walked quickly, track 1, track 2, and so on. I remember that I stopped because I had a pebble in my shoe ever since I got on the subway at Battistini. I arrived at Termini and decided to surrender to the will of the pebble. I stopped and let …

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How to get lost in Termini as a real loser

Finally subtitled in English, Marco Rudel shows us how to get lost in Termini. Marco is a young actor from Rome. He’s also the founder of the least popular youtube channel you will watch this week. But we strongly believe he’s just underestimated because he was not translated yet. So …

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Fish in raw, Parole per Cena IV

This time we talk about photography (that’s why the “raw” of the title) while eating.. raw fish. Our hosts are Claudio Palmisano, who edited pictures for as big clients as Time magazine and New York Times, and Michele Paradisi, a director of photography who traveled the world for his work. …

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April 25th in the station

We replayed a scene from a famous movie, but we did it in front of the station, as an invitation to join us on liberation day, April 25th. In fact, we do need to fight for our freedom: first of all that of filming, since there are some people who …

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