Aabacus Roman Pyramid House

Via Giuseppe Giulietti 6V, Rome, Lazio, 00154, Italy | Condo
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Day 8 Topdeck Tour - When in Rome

A travel blog entry by jeanine.rossouw


... are made from weaving!!! Next was the gallery of maps which was old paintings of different regions of Italy with every town and coastal bay marked. It was cool as we walked up the corridor (the longest in the Vatican), left represented west and right was east and we were walking north.

We walked out through a garden, where our guide talked us through different paintings in the Sistine Chapel including the famous fresco by Michelangelo and his last judgement. We then went in ...

Vatican City, Roma

A travel blog entry by the4wades

... the chapel and gallery visits to just the really key ones to keep the interest of the kids. They're doing a great job. LJ and Ally provided some history insights on the way around, We stood inside the Chapel for a while before heading out to sit on some steps (with BYO rolls) and watch the world go by. Chilled in the afternoon. Dad went and brought a shirt for his business trip to Verona tomorrow. He's heading back up North to look at some machinery at a big annual ...

Rome - day I

A travel blog entry by rachbeat


... remnants from the Palatine. Below the Palatine is the Roman Forum which is spread over 2 hectares which was once the heart of the Mediterranean world. It is said to be the most compelling set of ruins in the world. The Curia is set in the grounds which was constructed during the ruling by Julius Caesar it is where the senate met. The arch of Septimius Severus was also constructed here in the 3rd century AD and the arch of Titus built in 81AD. We left the roman forum ...

Rome - Day 2

A travel blog entry by heypishvai


... and seeing this ancient building getting closer and closer left me a little thunderstruck. The old floor of the Colosseum is gone and you can see the maze below where the exotic animals would be waiting to devour the gladiators. We even got to see the bones of a few animals that were excavated from below the Colosseum. We took another one of Monica's dinner recommendations and ate at a place called Piccolo Buco. I ordered a penne pasta with arrabbiata sauce and Tony ordered ...

Roamin' Rome

A travel blog entry by andrearini


... movement. If you trace this circle, you see people being pulled down into hell, and later people being pulled up into heaven. There is an angel without wings who pulls people up to heaven with a rosary, symbolizing the strength of faith. St. Bartholomew is shedding his skin, and in this skin, Michelangelo painted his own face, secretly. Its kind of creepy if you ask me.
The Sistine chapel itself was a once in a lifetime experience. Technically, it is the official chapel of ...


This condo, located in the Garbatella area of Rome, is near Vatican Museum, Pyramid of Caius Cestius, Testaccio, and Greenwich.
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