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... and just as he is about to catch her, she is saved by being transformed into a tree. It’s breath taking to contemplate a solid block of marble being sculpted into human forms with delicate roots sprouting from Daphne’s toes as the leaves emerge from her fingertips.
The Villa was built in the 17th century by Cardinal Scipione Borghese. The family did quite well in amassing the collection in large part due to their position ...
The Olympic Stadium is mostly used as a shared home stadium for Serie A football clubs S.S. Lazio and A.S. Roma, who contest the Derby della Capitale.
... City and my first stop was the Colosseum, I jumped off here and went inside to really get a feel for the amazing historical icon. The Colosseum is the largest amphitheatre in the world and is considered one of the greatest works of Roman architecture and engineering. It begun construction in 70 AD and completed in 80 AD, it was estimated to hold between 50,000 ...
... the outside wall. We were able to walk right in, it was crowded but manageable. The audio guides were very helpful; otherwise the collection would have been even more overwhelming. It was by far the best museum we have ever been in, each collection could have been a museum on its own. Therese was extremely impressed by the Egyptian collection, with its numerous statues, multiple sarcophagi, mummies, and tons ...
... to a patron and perhaps literally inscribed with his name. Though nothing remains to establish with certainty where any of the public Christian edifices of Rome before the time of Constantine the Great were situated, the basilica on this site was known as Titulus Callisti, since a legend in the Liber Pontificalis ascribed the earliest church here to a foundation by Pope Callixtus I (died 222), whose remains, translated to the new structure, are preserved under ...