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Tor Marancia Lotto 1 Street Art

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Why locals love it

The Tor Marancia district was originally a slum founded in 1935 as a result of forced evictions carried out in Piazza Venezia and the town developed when social housing came into place. An impressive project took place in 2015 when renowned artists have been invited to paint whole city-block facades in this area.

Why you should visit it

Here you can see entire buildings covered with graffiti masterpieces by well known street artists such as Pantónio (POR), Diamond (ITA), Mr Klevra (ITA), Reka (AUS), Gaia (USA), Seth (FRA), Sat One (GER), Jerico (ITA)
Philippe Baudelocque (FRA), Clemens Behr (GER), JAZ (ARG), Best | Ever (GB), Vhils (POR) and so on.

Special tip

Tor Marancia Lotto 1 complex is at a short walk from Garbatella district. From downtown you can reach Tor Marancia by bus lines 714 or 30.

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