Rome Summer 2015, The “Estate Romana”

Estate-romana_2015_Rome-summerAs it was for every summer the neighborhoods of Rome becomes a stage for exciting shows, a culture and art flow through the city: cinema, dance, music, theater, children, new creativity scenes.
The 38th edition of the Roman summer 2015, until 15 September 2015, provides all citizens and tourists a billboard full of appointments.

Dozens of events involving the capital, from the center to the periphery, for over two months in culture. In billboard events selected by public notices launched by the Capitoline along with all the best cultural offer with the large events held by cultural institutions and activities in the Civic Museums and the cultural spaces.

Also this year will be difficult to get bored in Rome during the summer. This XXXVIII  edition aims to seek new directions to develop the legacy of a cultural tradition that now has almost 40 years old, that was revolutionary in its beginnings, and who now need to deal with the current social and cultural transformations .
The program of 2015 wants to increase the cultural offer in public places and experience new ways of relating and use involving the audience.

To learn more and to know the detailed program of all the events scheduled consukltate the official website at:
www.estateromana.comune.roma.it
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# EstateRomana2015 is the official hashtag of the event. In addition, you can contact the phone number (+39)060608 active every day from 9 to 21 for information and ticket purchase.

It will definitely also a free app for iPhone and Android Estate Romana with real-time updates, daily, advanced search, routes map to reach the demonstrations and display of events close to where you are.

The Estate Romana is a project created by Roma Capitale, Department of Culture, the year 2015 is made possible thanks to ATAC and Rome Mobility Services that provide support for the campaign and thanks to SIAE that recognizes special discounts on copyright . Communication activities are carried out with the support of Zètema Culture Project.

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