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Rome Gold Conference 2024

About the Gold Conference Rome 2024

Capital of the great ancient Roman empire. A city full of history, art and romance. A place everyone wants to see - and comes back for more! A city of Michelangelo and Botticelli. A cultural centre of sunny Italy. Now it welcomes you too!

Oriflame Gold Conference 2024 will be held in Rome, Italy. Being the capital of the great ancient Roman empire, Rome is famous for its historical buildings, sites and much more. Experience the world-famous architecture, art and music created by Renaissance masters. Step into incredible cathedrals, holy to millions of Catholics around the world. ​Taste the amazing cuisine that took the whole world by storm! From pizza to pasta to gelato – everything here is simply delicious.​ Feel the love and romance as you visit cosy cafes, taste amazing Italian espresso and take a stroll through the most beautiful streets in the world.

Fun facts about Rome


•       Rome has more fountains than any other city on the planet. Modern Rome has 280 fountains and more than 900 churches.

•      The Pantheon is the only ancient building in pristine condition.

•      A heavenly lightshow takes place at the Pantheon on Rome's birthday.

•      Nearly 700,000 euros worth of coins are tossed into Rome’s Trevi Fountain each year. The proceeds are donated to Caritas to help those in need.

•      Cats have special rights. Law in Rome allows cats to live without disruption in the place they were born. Wild cats can be climbing the walls of the Colosseum and sleeping among the ruins of the Forum.

•      It's technically the capital of 2 countries.

•      The Spanish Steps aren't Spanish. Cascading from Trinità dei Monti church to Piazza di Spagna below, these Baroque 18th-century steps were designed by an Italian architect at the request of a French diplomat. The steps were named after the piazza, and the piazza itself was named after the adjacent Spanish Embassy to the Holy See.

•      Rome has a museum dedicated entirely to pasta.

•      Rome’s first university, La Sapienza, established in 1303 AD, is the largest in Europe and the second largest in the world.

•      The mascot of Rome is a she-wolf that cared for brothers Romulus and Remus, the mythological founders of Rome.

•      The symbol SPQR, which is found all over the city of Rome, stands for “SenatusPopulusque Romanus” which means, “The senate and the people of Rome”.

•       The Roman Emperor Trajan built the first ever shopping mall. It contained multiple levels and over 150 outlets that sold everything ranging from food to clothes.