This map of Rome is based on the famous eighteenth-century map of the city by Giambattista Nolli.
The map shows the iconic sites of Rome and all the locations in the city that have a Dutch connection.
The red pinpoints refer to the locations that have been represented in Dutch art and literature through the ages. Click on a pinpoint to see the connected artworks.
On the left, you can change the locations represented (red pinpoints) to:
- historic locations, sites of historical importance such as meeting points of Dutch artists in Rome (green pinpoints).
- actual locations, churches and museums in Rome where Dutch artwork can be seen today (blue pinpoints).
You can also change the map to the original Nolli Map and the present-day situation on Google Maps.