Bb Angela Roma

Address: piazza Vittorio Emanuele II, 55, int.5/ sc.A/ floor 3, Rome, Lazio, Italy | Villa
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This villa, located on piazza Vittorio Emanuele II, 55, int.5/ sc.A/ floor 3, Rome, is near Basilica di Santa Maria Maggiore, Santa Prassede, Scala Santa and chapel of San Lorenzo, and Piazza Vittorio Emanuele II.
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We have come full circle....

A travel blog entry by jklezok on Oct 28, 2014

1 comment, 24 photos

... so that you can have the plaster wet. Not so easy when you actually think about it. The other amazing thing (from a non artsy person) is how they manage to achieve the depth and shadows in these frescoes. They look 3D from the floor. Another amazing little feat is how they are so well proportioned. If you are painting just a little at a time and you need to make it large enough to see from 40 or 50 feet away you must have a really good sense of prospective as well. ...

Rome and the Colosseum

A travel blog entry by richkate on Jul 26, 2014

1 comment, 14 photos

... we were inside. Certainly didn't detract too much from the experience. However the hawkers selling ponchos just simply got up your nose. The moment there was rain in the air it was like a poncho selling party had started. The boys counted in excess of 40 people trying to sell us ponchos. That said they do a roaring trade, just not from kiwis who are very used to a bit of rain. The funniest are when we were inside the colosseum (where it was dry), ...

Spring Break!

A travel blog entry by jlafrenz on Mar 21, 2014

9 photos

... reserved for use by the Pope or Cardinals in the Vatican. Amazing frescoes and mosaic floors were in every room, giving us reason to take our time and just enjoy all we were seeing. We stumbled upon the "School of Athens" painting done by Raphael and eventually made it to the Sistine Chapel. This chapel is not only significant for its paintings done by Michelangelo, but for the fact that it is still used by the Pope and Cardinals ...

Days 132 to 135 - Our last place to "Rome around"

A travel blog entry by lauren-brendan on Oct 13, 2013

55 photos

... over your shoulder, to signal that you will oneday return to Rome. Apparently around 3000 euros is biffed in everyday. We chose to save our coins and just laughed at others throwing theirs. We moved on towards the Pantheon and enjoyed looking through the many busy street stalls and markets along the way. I guess being a Sunday there were more people out than usual, because the streets and sights were absolutely packed with locals and tourists alike. We came around the corner to ...

When in Rome....

A travel blog entry by katrina123 on Jul 17, 2013

11 photos

... than continue to burn in the sun. Although it was amazing seeing the sites from the top deck, trying to get a decent photo was proving near impossible. The cobble stone roads don't exactly make it a smooth ride or there is always a tourist that pops up to take their own photo which in turn spoils yours!

The Trevi fountain itself is a huge sculpture found in a little back street. But this wasn't the first thing that hit me - I was astonished at the ...