Tagged: Rome

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The Language of Flowers – A Book Review

The Language of Flowers by Vanessa Diffenbaugh  Victoria, the main character in this novel, has the gift to understand flowers and the emotions each flower conveys. It is this talent that makes her wanted...

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Trevi’s Fountain, Rome

Trevi’s Fountain; it is undoubtedly the most beautiful fountain of Rome. We visited it at twilight hour. Sun was withdrawing its rays and the lamps around were beginning to take over the role of...

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Trajan’s Column, Rome

Trajan’s column, you can view it for free in Rome, no tickets required. It is in the same area as Colosseum and Forum. The column was erected in honor of Trajan. The statue at...

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Vatican Museum’s Spiral Staircase

The staircase at the exit of Vatican Museum is yet another architectural splendor of The Vatican City. It is a modern addition to the museum. Built in 1932, designed by Giuseppe Momo, the staircase...

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Palatine Hill, Rome

The inside of Palatine Hill site is like a lost world, such a contrast when compared with the busy modern world of Rome just outside the walls. A vast area, there is no end...

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A Sacred Destination

At last I was inside this great cathedral, St. Peter’s Basilica Italy, one of the main destinations which pulled me to Italy. I was there like a tiny being lost in the world of...

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St. Peter’s Basilica, Rome,

27th April 2010, the itinerary of the day was St. Peter’s Basilica and Vatican Museum. I was dreading the queue I would get to see there, how long it would be before I can...

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Sunset in Rome

Modern Rome has cell towers and power lines dotting the skyline. With the status of eleventh most visited city in the world, third most visited in the European Union, and the most popular tourist...