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... his fiancée are buried in the Pantheon. It is a wonderful example of second century Roman architecture. It boasts mathematical genius and simple geometry that today still impresses architects and amazes the eyes of casual viewers.
Baths of Caracalla, Rome
Latin: Terme di Caracalla
The Baths of Caracalla located by ancient Appian Way in Rome were named after ...
... am appreciative of Sunday mornings in Rome. I left the apartment at 7:20 to venture to Villa Ada, a place many people kept mentioning to me as somewhere I needed to visit. It felt like I had the city to myself - ************e else was out and about. Such a peaceful start to the day!
This coming week brings my first meeting with the other 5th grade teacher, new student orientation, and the first day of class. I'm sure there'll be stories to ...
... and it was incredibly Roman! We could have spent our days in Rome just sitting on the balcony and we would have been happy! And although we were a bit out of the city centre, they were easily reachable, and right outside our door were an endless supply of delicatessens, fresh fruit and veg shops, bars for coffee or a drink, gelato shops, friendly neighbourhood Italians who would greet you as you walked by, and the characterful nonna and nonnos sitting resting on the street side ...
Sorry, That was the best title I could come up with. I refused to make any puns using 'when in Rome' or 'Roman Holiday.'
Rome was in fact visited by me in four days! I'm going to shout out again to my awesome study abroad program, because it was SO well organized and I felt like I saw everything. And in Italy, a country not necessarily renowned for its organization, that is truly a feat.
Everybody met at the train station at 7:40 in the morning, and we ...
... and so on. The most impressive to me was the Raphael rooms. Raphael was asked to decorate the Pope's personal rooms with frescoes. Apparently Raphael died quite young from syphilis and therefore it was quite impressive how much art he had managed to pump out during his lifetime. Well the secret behind this is that often Raphael's art was not actually painted by him, rather it was done by his students of which there was more than 300. Often he designed it and oversaw it but ...
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