Magnagrecia

Via Magnagrecia 106, Rome, Lazio, 00183, Italy | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Rome

Oh just going to the Pantheon for class.

A travel blog entry by rome_aq

... and a global perspective of evangelization. When you enter, it appears as if there is a dome midway through the ceiling...until you get closer and realize it is merely a painting. The builders ran out of funds, and so they decided to merely paint the ceiling as an illusion.

The last church we visited was Gesu, which is ...

The good, the bad and the ugly! - THE GOOD PART!

A travel blog entry by megan.griffin

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... Chapel and St Peter's Basilica. While this was my second time I still found it amazingly overwhelming taking in the various forms of art, architecture and sculptures created by Raphael, Michelangelo and Bramante. One of the highlights of this tour for me was our guides rendition of the history surrounding the creation of the last judgement in the Sistine Chapel. Including references made to doing it doggie style, others in the wanting what he was having and a ...

Day 3

A travel blog entry by stuitfam

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... to the 3rd level. It was so awesome!! Once again the tour guide was very knowledgable and we all learned a lot about the structure, what went on there and how they did it. It was built in only 8 years!! Home again for a brief break before heading out to dinner, Where we had our first mafioso type experience. While we were eating, this big guy in a suit comes up and asks them to clear a table (a group had ...

Rome

A travel blog entry by elysetopher

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... amazing. The money and wealth that has gone into it is unreal. There was gold everywhere you looked, the art work was outstanding and the attention to detail was impeccable. Words and photos don't really do it justice so you will have to see it yourself. Even though it was my second time seeing it, it still managed to blow me away. As amazing as the building is, I would have to say it is a shame to see so much poverty around and it would be nice to see some of the money that ...

Day Sixteen - Happy Fourth of July

A travel blog entry by mikeyhand

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... and there were still thousands of people. They must make so much money here, it's ridiculous.

The paintings, sculptures and ceilings are so beautiful. Julius Caesars ashes are here. Raphael's rooms are stunning. The tapestry rooms are huge too. We couldn't take pictures of the Sistine Chapel, no video or camera allowed.

We headed back to the hotel afterwards and then met up with Emilliano at a local place. Ended up being real ...

   

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