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From: 2016.03.18 To: 2016.03.18
When in Rome, do as the Romans do, and the Romans are running! Join the Rome Marathon and you will run past the Trevi Fountain, Piazza Navona, Piazza di Populo, the Spanish Steps and even Saint Peter’s Basilica. In 2000, the start area was moved to Saint Peter’s Square, and the pope himself wished the runners good luck before the race (though he declined to join in). Although the cobblestones and hills in the last few kilometres are tough, don’t worry about finishing the race as the time limit is 8 hours. Non-marathoners can enjoy the special atmosphere of this romantic and historic city on marathon day and race along a four kilometre course.