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... beautiful. When we finally left the chapel we made our way to the church and the dome. We did not walk up all the stairs but we did walk up some. The inside of the church was very cool and when we walked to the very top we saw an amazing view, even though it was very crowed. When we left the church we walked around and did a little shopping until we finally went home to ...
... ceilings, frescoes on the walls, intricate statues.
Some of the major works here in the Musei Capitolini are the She-Wolf statue (from the 5th century B.C.) with Romulus and Remus (according to legend, the twins who founded the city of Rome) added later (15th century A.D.), the bust of Medusa by Bernini, and the original Equestrian statue of Marcus Aurelius (a copy stands outside in the Piazza). It was right after I took a picture of ...
Today was our last day in Rome. We saw the Forum, the Coliseum and the old Jewish Ghetto. We are really trying to cover a lot of ground. The kids are being excellent. Today in Rome, the guide prepared a quiz for them over the sites we were going to see. It was a brilliant idea because it got them engaged and asking lots of questions. It helped that he bribed them with gelato if they got all the answers correct. Funny thing, by the ...
... persecuted early Christians, despite the legends. They were dug down through the volcanic tuffa, which was then used for construction elsewhere. Catacombs sometimes eerie but mostly just dark and dank. Back to Rome to visit its four 'patriarchal' churches: Basilica di San Giovanni in Laterano, the first Christian basilica built in Rome on AD 324. The Pope's primary place of worship til the 14th century and still Rome's official cathedral, as the seat of the Bishop of Rome. ...
... of a tissue who kept sniffling, and my personal favorite the man who let his alarm go off for a straight 15 minutes before turning it off. Lovely people! Or am I just completely cynical? You decide.
Our first night we went to the famed Pantheon. It was simply gorgeous, everything was so intricate and ornate that it was difficult to imagine how long these structures took to be built. That night we also went to the Trevi Fountain, ...
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