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... gods to a Christian church that worships the one true God. It became the Church of Santa Maria and Martyres. There are still church services and weddings there today. The Pantheon is also used as tombs for famous people, including the artist Raphael and Victor Emmanuel II. I enjoyed learning about the unique history of the Pantheon and what it has represented throughout the ...
... behind the Coliseum and see the Palatino and Foro Romano. We were lucky. They were having free entrance for 3,000 people on the first Sunday of the month - how's that for timing?! It was definitely very hot. We then walked back to the hotel and the sanctuary of our airconditioned room!
"Issue" number 3. Hope this remains an "issue" and is not a "Disaster". I can't read any of the photos taken on the backup camera! They ...
... roamed through the streets chanting the song or their team. They marched to the stadium where the completion took place. We were able to watch it on t.v. later that night. Rest of the night was spent with family, eating, of course. Alessandro and Isabella were there with Diletta (DeeDee) who is 4 and Gabrielle (Gabby) who is 18 months. It was very hot and these people don't feel it. We went to bed wondering if we would be able to ...
This blog is becoming a little behind... sorry to those who have been hanging out for the next instalment!
I'll try to find the pics I took of our apartment. On the 5th floor of a building in Via Vimanale, in Rome. We met our landlord Gian Paulo here on our arrival & settled in quickly.
We have a lovely apartment in a very good area, close & within walking distance to most things.
It has an 'interesting' lift... ...
... proportions and is nearly 2000 years old. It had been severely damaged by an earthquake in 847 and parts of the building's marble cladding were later used for the construction of other landmark buildings such as the St. Peter's Basilica and Palazzo Farnese. The Colosseum could accommodate 55,000 spectators who entered the building through no less than 80 entrances. It had 4 stories above ground The lowest story was ...