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140 years ago Rome became Italy's Capital City

On September 20, 1870 the Italian army open a breach near Porta Pia and conquered Rome. Technically the capital city was moved to Rome under a bureaucratic point of view in 1871 but symbolically it began the capital city on the moment it was conquered because that was the end of Italy’s reunification and not with any city but with the one that, whatever you think, is the most prestigious Italian city and one of the most prestigious cities in the world.