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Testaccio is built on food, or rather, food containers. Founded in first century BC as a river port, it was where Rome's supplies of olive oil, grain and wine arrived into the city. Everything was transported in terracotta amphorae, which were smashed on arrival and discarded. Centuries of this practice created a vast mound of terracotta fragments – the Monte dei Cocci – which has become the district's defining feature. Although that isn't really true. What lures the crowds to this cheese-shaped district, on the edge of the historic centre, is an explosion of culinary curiosity, creativity and an entrepreneurial energy that is rare to find elsewhere. Foodies from across Italy and the world have descended on Testaccio; at the market visitors rub shoulders with Michelin-starred chefs, as well as local farmers and Roman ladies doing their weekly shop.