Rome neighborhoods turn into museum of urban art
Mural by street artist in working class neighborhood in Rome. EFE/Antonello Nusca
Mural by street artist in working class neighborhood in Rome. EFE/Antonello Nusca
Mural by street artist in working class neighborhood in Rome. EFE/Antonello Nusca
Far from Rome’s world-famous monuments in the heart of the historic center, a different form of art is displayed in the peripheries of the Italian capital.

Unknown street artists have turned the city’s working class neighborhoods into an open-air museum, offering tourists a different experience of the eternal city.

The buildings of peripheral neighborhoods like Ostiense, Tor Marancia or Pigneto have turned into canvases for street artists who are sometimes commissioned by local councils.

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