Lovely double room, also ideal for single use, with glimpses of ancient walls at sight.
French bed (140cm x 200 cm)
Large, bright windows
Private bathroom with shower, hairdryer
Free wi-fi gratuita
Goddess of hunting, war
The name of the goddess Diana derives from the Latin word "DIUS" (literally "light") that symbolizes the daylight that usually filters between the tops of the trees in the clearings. Diana, in fact, was born as the guardian goddess of the forest and sovereign sources and streams and the protector of wild animals. In a later period she was also associated with Artemis, Greek goddess of hunting. It is often represented in a forest environment with bows, quivers and spears.Recently, at the foot of the Aventine in Rome, a marble head of the goddess Diana was discovered. The area in which it was found corresponds to that in which a temple dedicated to the goddess Diana, was placed, right next to the goddess Minerva. The head is now on display at the headquarters of the Roman National Museum of Palazzo Altemps, Piazza Sant'Apollinare.