Mercure Roma Corso Trieste
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... even in their present state the ruins beckon for us to glimpse into their ancient world and at the same time emanate an unexplainable disquiet. The Caracalla Baths are particularly extraordinary when lit up at night.
During the summer time, the Caracalla baths turn into a platform for breath taking cultural sets: the fancy Teatro dell’ Opera love to held the most famous operas for all the Roman- and non Roman- ...
... show over his tomb, lighting up different parts of the tomb and painting with music playing and explanations of the Saints life. As the light show ended the painting slid down to reveal a gold statue of St. Ignatius. It was very beautiful and dramatic!
We then tried San Andrea della Valle and Chiesa Nuova, but had no luck with Mass times. An added bonus of touring with Fr. Greg was that he offered to say mass for us at the ...
... of the dome Michelangelo designed. My favorite sculpture I saw was Michelangelo's "Pieta". It's of Mary holding Jesus' limp body after his death. He carved it out if one block of marble at the age of 24. It was his first sculpture he made in Rome. He was famous in Florence, but no one had heard of him in Rome. From what I hear, no one believed he made it, he was ****** about that, so he went back and chiseled his name across Mary's chest. It was his only sculpture that ...
So there we are, sitting right next to the outdoor altar from 7:39 to 10, in the hot sun, watching 199,998 other people filling St Peters Square waiting for the Pope. The excitement builds, flags are flying , a band starts playing, people are singing, clapping and praying. All of a sudden, the Pope drives out in his POPE MOBILE to a huge thunderous applause and spends 30 minutes driving thru the ...
... This was the theme of 1954's Three Coins in the Fountain and the Academy Award-winning song by that name which introduced the picture. An estimated 3,000 Euros are thrown into the fountain each day. The money has been used to subsidize a supermarket for Rome's needy; however, there are regular attempts to steal coins from the fountain. In popular culture The Trevi fountain is featured in Respighi's symphonic pictures Fontane di Roma, and was the setting for an iconic scene in ...