Tourist Attraction in Rome: Il Buco della Serratura
The Keyhole, the thrilling sight that offers the Gate Lock of the Knights of Malta convent looking inside. The emotion that permeates the unconscious tourist is dictated not only by the charm, the panoramic view that is presented in front of the Dome of St. Peter, in a different perspective surrounded by the garden of the eighteenth century convent. In Rome, on top of the elegant hill of the Aventine. Just after the Giardino degli Aranci, the keyhole of the door of the convent of the Knights of Malta offers the most famous and evocative sight of St. Peter. In fact, through this renowned slit you can enjoy a fantastic panorama on the St. Peter's Dome framed by the hedges of the Priory gardens. immersed in vegetation, but also in culture. You can wander the beautiful Aventino Hill. not far from the Circus Maximus, the hill is known for its beautiful medieval churches, Santa Sabina, Sant'Anselmo, Santa Prisca, Sant Alessio, San Saba and Santa Balbina, but also the frame of its splendid municipal Rose Garden, 10,000 square meters of pure beauty, the Giardino degli Aranci, a suggestive panorama that will remain impressed in our minds. But how often Rome always gives the tourist a surprise, is a suggestive panorama; the keyhole of the door of the Knights of Malta. In Piazza Cavalieri di Malta, there is the Priory Villa of Malta. If the door of the house is closed you will certainly find people in line waiting to be able to put your eye in the slot of the lock and look through, a sight of day and night really exciting. There is never a long queue and the wait will be rewarded, however, in fact, a game in perspective that can make the view of the dome different from the usual, and exciting. is the destination of a continuous but not massive pilgrimage due to its location in a non-tourist area. The view of the Cupolone di San Pietro is beautiful both by day and by night, but at sunset it is the best time.