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... by Bernini, Michelangelo and Filippo Lippi. This is a Jesuit cathedral.
We then went to lunch at the piazza Navonne to the Quatro Fiume where we ate 35 years ago. We had a wonderful lunch of Pizza quatro formaggi with a delicious frascati wine from the region. It was just as good as we remembered.
We then we to the Doria Pamphilij. This is a private palace with a phenomenal art collection. You enter into ...
... been obsessed with destroying these structures to build their own churches. Even crazier is the fact that the church took all the pagan gods and relics, images, statues etc. and simply renamed them as Christian symbols and saints. This we have known and appreciated for a long time but to see it first hand is an absolute head shaker. Here we see the Arch of Titus with the famous relief of the Jews being carried into captivity after the sacking of Jerusalem. ...
... lights up and are very pretty to walk along. Shops are good too. We truly love it here and are really glad we have chosen to stay for 3 weeks and really go in depth into Rome. We realize it is a privilege not easily achieved. For tea we went to a ristorante called IL Ciak which has been in Trastevere since 1907! Craig enjoyed his polenta, which made a good change.
This morning and overnight I still feel like my cold is getting worse so we hung around, made ...
... up the constellation Gemini.
View of roads and buildings from the top of Capitoline Hill:
Piazza Campidoglia. The building with the clock is the Palazzo Senatorio, or Palace ...
... Vatican Museum at 1:00 (another Francesca!) We began our private tour with a historical explanation starting with Roman Emperor Nero around the year 54 AD, the martyrization of Saint Peter in 64 AD, to the legalization of Christianity by Emperor Constantine in the year 313 and Constantine's authorization to build a church to house St. Peter's remains in 324. It's on this site that the Basilica stands today. Next we walked through ...