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... Rome everywhere helps show that this a major significance to Rome and how it's founders came to be. If the soccer team has this symbol its jerseys then I think it is something that when people think how Rome got started they think of this statue. The statue itself is cry basic but you can tell what everything on it is, which helps give it ...
... an obelisk called the Fontana del Pantheon in front of it.
The area around the fountain seems to be a favourite meeting place.
View of the famous un-reinforced dome from inside the Pantheon. The oculus at the top ...
... physically and emotionally exhausted.
No-one spoke for a good ten-fifteen minutes. We just couldn't believe what had just happened.
Without this "angel" we would never have made that train and I don't care that it cost 150euros to get us there.
ps: As you can imagine, there were no pictures taken during either of these "adventures" so I have slotted in some Chuisi and Panicale pics, as a diversion!
... The weather was sunny, and it was really hot, around 90 degrees. First stop was the Vatican and St. Peter's Square & Basilica. We lost Doris and Ted in the Sistine Chapel. It was extremely crowded, and the guards kept shoeing us away from the exit where we were meeting the guide. Apparently, they went ...
... and various churches and monuments. We began each day with mass, celebrating at all the main basilicas around Rome, including St. Peter's. It's incredible how many churches were around Rome: nearly every corner had a steeple and inside the churches it was even more incredible. Most had at least one relic of a Saint and many had tombs of incorruptible saints. Some of the more popular saints we saw included St. Paul, St. Peter, Bl. John Paul II, Bl. John XXIII (both ...