The buildings of the Foro Italico include the headquarters of the Italian National Olympic Committee (CONI, the former Italian Academy of Physical Education), characterised by its H-shaped layout, and the Stadio dei Marmi, distinguished by its imposing crown of statues. On the southern side of the complex, the Casa delle Armi, designed by Luigi Moretti, is built in a distinctly Classicist style that also incorporates aspects of the Modern Movement.
From the monumental entrance on Piazzale Aldo Moro, the perspective leads the eye towards the Palazzo del Rettorato, in front of which stands the statue of Minerva, symbolising Wisdom. The bronze statue by Arturo Martini is connected with a popular belief among the students of the University that anyone who looks Minerva in the eyes before an exam will inevitably fail.
Exhibition edited by Youth Committee of the Italian Commission for UNESCO - Lazio: Antonio Geracitano, Marco Anzellotti, Vittoria Azzarita, Andrea Bangrazi, Ilaria Cacciotti, Francesca Candelini, Giovanni Cedrone, Carlotta Destro, Caterina Francesca Di Giovanni, Alessandra Feola, Paolo Ianniccari, Marta Lelli, Laura Leopardi, Ginevra Odone, Dario Saltari, Paolo Scipioni.