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Rome #1

Location: Rome, Italy

We absolutely loved this hot bed of culture and history. Day 1 saw us doing the tourist rounds and loving it!

Trevi Fountain

Spanish Steps

Pantheon - built 27BC...... astounding

So hot, we already needed to cool off in the fountain

The dome of the Pantheon is actually open and rain falls through. This massive dome is considered the greatest feat of Roman architecture

Front facade. As you can read, built by Marcus Agrippa

The side of the Pantheon - now you can see it has a square face but circular and domed centre

The opening creates spectacular yet spooky shadows as it casts light on the statues stragetically placed within

Roman Forum. This is the site of the political and financial centre of Ancient Rome. WOW

Piazza Navona - much of 'Angels and Demons' by Dan Brown set here. Gorgeous Bellini (??) fountains

It is simply spectacular (and free) to stroll through this ancient city

Strewn with Roman ruins and complete buildings, but unfortunately they are now not open to the public



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Spanish Steps

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Trevi Fountain

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So hot, we already needed to cool off in the fountain

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Pantheon - built 27BC...... astounding

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Front facade. As you can read, built by Marcus Agrippa

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The dome of the Pantheon is actually open and rain falls through. This massive dome is considered the greatest feat of Roman architecture

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The opening creates spectacular yet spooky shadows as it casts light on the statues stragetically placed within

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The side of the Pantheon - now you can see it has a square face but circular and domed centre

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Piazza Navona - much of 'Angels and Demons' by Dan Brown set here. Gorgeous Bellini (??) fountains

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Roman Forum. This is the site of the political and financial centre of Ancient Rome. WOW

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Strewn with Roman ruins and complete buildings, but unfortunately they are now not open to the public

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It is simply spectacular (and free) to stroll through this ancient city