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... so many locals and tourists to wonder about the ancient civilisation. Rome is a golden city ('gold' also starts with a 'G' - maybe I should integrate it into my title for that added alliteration). I imagined Rome to be hot, like a Mediterranean desert. Even in Roman Holiday with Audrey Hepburn and Carey Grant it seems hot and golden despite the film being in black and white. The constantly flowing water from the drinking fountains seems to add to the sensation of ...
... Santa Maria ad Martyres. It has a grand entrance, with the inside being a circular shape, it is a massive 70 odd meters in diameter, with a 9 meter hole in the centre of the roof which, when the sunlight comes through it turns the Pantheon into an astronomical clock. There are also holes in the floor for the water to drain when it rains. It is the burial place of the 1st & 2nd Kings of Italy, Raffaello the famous painter and others. We then went for a walk to the castle of St ...
... Michelangelo got upset with Pope Zacheria and fled to Florence...a few days later he wrote a letter to the Pope apologizing. From here, Michelangelo outlined what he wanted to paint to the Pope and he agreed to proceed. From here on out, artists finally gained the creative freedom to build what they want and sell their work freely vs be demanded to create only what those in power requested. We also learned that most skilled artists were skilled illusionist at times - if you ...
Thursday, the Friday of classes for this week began with class at 9:45, then next class then lunch. Seeing as today began the first long weekend many of my classmates were headed out to their various destinations. I, however, will be taking this opportunity to get to know the city better. After lunch and watching people run around getting ready Katie, Joey, and I headed out to Rome to get ...
... to St. Peter's square and basilica where we climbed the duomo (5euro each- no student discount ) the view was sooo amazing!!! It was quite tight getting up the stairs towards the top and we had to walk on a lean as obviously the duomo is curved at the top- quite claustrophobic! You could just imagine seeing the whole square packed of people when the pope makes his appearances! Next stop the collesium- after seeing it on so many movies/posters/postcards/advertisements ...