R for Rome

Rome, Roma, Rome!

The eternal city! What would the world be without Rome?

But Did Marcus Agrippa Really Build This?
Pantheon
Colosseo Wedding
Colosseum Flavian Amphitheatre
The Fountain Itself
The Fountain of Trevi
Looking from the Palaestra into the Great Hall
Looking from the Palaestra into the Great Hall
Marcus Aurelius- The Original Statue
Marcus Aurelius- The Original Statue
The View with the Temple of Castor and Pollux in the front, with the temple of Saturn to the right and the arch of Septimius Severus to the left
The View with the Temple of Castor and Pollux in the front, with the temple of Saturn to the right and the arch of Septimius Severus to the left
Round Temple Along the Tiber
Round Temple Along the Tiber
The Columns of the Temple of Apollo
The Columns of the Temple of Apollo
The Theatre of Marcellus
The Theatre of Marcellus
Here lies the Tomb of Eurysaces the Baker
Here lies the Tomb of Eurysaces the Baker
Augustus is the Half Invisible Figure
Augustus is the Half Invisible Figure
Golf Course Along the Aqueducts- Appian Way
Golf Course Along the Aqueducts- Appian Way
Templum Antonini et Faustinae
Templum Antonini et Faustinae
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14 thoughts on “R for Rome”

    1. Rome is just absolutely fabulous. I think everybody should visit Rome at least once in their lives. What’s best about the city is how a structure 2000 years old will stand next to something that was built 20 years ago!

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