Is it possible to write a city in numbers? Well, it is with Rome. The R can be a piece of the number 3. The O works as a zero, the M is a 3 standing on its side and the A works as a 4. 30 4 - ROMA. One can visit Rome to the rhythm of figures and Roman numerals. In short, it’s another way to recount the city. Here, you can see Rome from 1 to 39, from the imposing raised finger of the statue of Constantine as number 1 to the 39 as a young girl waiting on the platform at the Termini Station.

But there’s more than that; Rome is not infinite but it is eternal and the sum of it is still being added to by artist Oskar Alegria: