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... off Rome’s water supplies. The ducts were left in disrepair until the Renaissance when many were restored.
At approximately the height of Rome’s population, 1 million inhabitants, the ducts provided up to 1 cubic meter of water for every person.
There are eleven such aqueducts that supplied the ancient city of Rome, dating as early as 140 B.C. and spanning five hundred years. Some emperors were especially interested in ...
... and therefore Vatican City has the highest crime rate of any nation. The Vatican collects around €1 million every day from ticket sales and merchandise. only the Church knows where the money goes but Pope Francis did announce some money recently for the Christian people in Iraq and Syria fighting the Islamic State. So I guess part of our ticket money went to buying weapons. Our guide was fantastic. He taught us about art of which two of the 'turtles' are most ...
... though we couldn't take photography inside so I don't have a pic to show you guys. After the Sistine chapel we had a quick bite to eat and kept going to St Peters square (which was really an oval:/). We went to the St Peters basilica. It was so so so so so big! We saw all of the statues taken from the colosseum. And the best food in the world to finish the day...........you guessed it, the old famous GELATO. Going to Florence tomorrow ...
... Ristorante Cannavota), and decided to give it a shot, as it had good reviews and seemed decently priced. I opted for pasta, while my friends got other dishes. And of course, we decided to have a pitcher of wine, because duh, we're in Italy! The food was delicious, the wine was just as good, and we ended up staying in the restaurant for an hour or so. We also had some of the tiramisu, which was equally delectable. Afterwards, ...
... arch' is 'fornice'.....
The actual structure made even me feel small. It was originally built in three layers, and that full cross section can be seen outside on one edge of the building where it still remains intact. It's amazing that its lasted as long as it has, but it's a fabulous feat of engineering and construction. It was built so well and so ingeniously that scientists have declared it one of the most earth-quake proof buildings ever. Which makes sense, ...