Rome is becoming more and more an open-air museum, from the Graffiti of Hitnes in San Basilio to Tor Marancia, through the storyboard of Alice at Via dei Sabelli.
Not to miss the street art works that are changing the face of the suburbs of the Capital, now there is an App to point out the 150 streets and 50 districts redrawn by street art.
"The street art is entering the heart of the Romans," said Giovanna Marinelli, Councillor for Culture and Tourism. With "Change perspective. The street is your future" - claim to present the map - the Capital tries to catch up with other European capitals, such as London, Paris and Berlin, that since years enhance the urban street art as artistic heritage.
There is an update section of the site Turismoroma.it that will monitor the street art and the new artworks and an App associated with the project "StreetArt Rome" created by Artribune and available on Apple Store and Google Play for free.
"We can truly say that this City is a complete work of art" Marinelli said, "It is the capital of history, archeology, but is more and more projected into the future as the capital of contemporary art”.